'more people than usual were taking the drug...'
That tear-off ticket at the lower right corner of the Electoral Commission letter does look a bit like an oversized chunk of blotter acid.
So now we know Labour's real problem - it is insufficiently well connected to be able have a foreign spy in it's caucus...
Amateurs. The closest they got was Dutch double agent Harry Duynhoven.
...recommended that 'History' be renamed 'Nazis and wars and other cool shit'
Nazis and Pyramids? Last time I had access to Sky they had a channel that seemed totally devoted to nothing but that.
...just blundering in and winding up suffering from high anxiety stoned end of life experience, just becouse the blogosphere said it was a cure all.
Double that if they got their info from a Canadian.
I don't even know what a class traitor is. And I don't think she is a cunning/ignorant sociopath. She isn't particularly clever and her position in the National party is an indication that they have hit rock bottom.
Class traitor implies rather more self-awareness than Bennett's ever demonstrated. At best she's a useful idiot of the Judas goat variety. English's scurrying behind with the pooper scooper only confirms this.
I've seen middle class people drink themselves into the gutter.
Sounds like the kind of thing that early intervention might have circumvented.
Gee, who knew bad behaviour might persist without any actual consequences for it?
I wouldn’t have believed it possible, but Jane Bowron has lost even more credibility...
Bowron had pretty much left the room by the end of her Christchurch sojourn. After a promising start as a fresh voice in the fraught world of post-quake recovery she sadly deteriorated into a vapid middle-class-busybody-on-a-bike persona, tut-tutting over the "untidiness" of the poor old book fridge, of all bloody things.
Despite being an apparent generation or so younger than the bizarrely fossilised Rosemary McLeod, these days Bowron appears hell bent on slipping into a similar curmudgeonly irrelevance.
...the cool thing about TOP policy's on the web, is that they ask for feedback. They want to know what we want.
I can just picture him & Plunket - "Kitchee-koo, you unwashed tree huggers."
Are there any other tricks to handling American-sourced data (oh, other than their idiosyncratic date order convention)?
Duhhh, 2d animation standards are specified in decimal inches, i.e. 10 inches between background registration peg centres. Hollywood never really felt the need for the metric system. Most US art supply stores can do a ruler graduated in tenths of an inch, though they'll fall about laughing if you mention a rubber when you mean an eraser.