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5:30 pm, August 9th, 2022 - 14 comments
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Daily review is also your post.
This provides Standardistas the opportunity to review events of the day.
The usual rules of good behaviour apply (see the Policy).
Don’t forget to be kind to each other …
A bit dodgy and they might have got the wires crossed?
Dropping into live-stream late – so Uffindell was also suspended from his second posh school. #nzpol
Which tweet? Use the date & time stamp of the tweet, please. See weka‘s comment (https://thestandard.org.nz/open-mike-09-08-2022/#comment-1904466).
Seems to be the case. What happened at St. Peters? According to Uffindel, nuttin, guv?!?
He was suspended for breaking school bounds – leaving the school property without permission. He went to a party.
Uffindell to stay on. Good. No point singling him out as an exception. Sociopathic tendencies are unremarkable in right wing parties. Such people are attracted to an ideology that promises to free them from social and economic restraint. His continuing presence will keep reminding us of that.
My son missed his calling, he should have been a comedian, arrived home with this bon- mot.. “ How big an arsehole do you have to be, to be the biggest arsehole at Kings?
The stupidity of humans
Inflationary signals in Japan as taxi fares look to rise for the first time in 15 years (since helen clark was PM)
How sad, never mind.
Could be a BFD.
UK energy cap calculation extends,there will be no room for tax cuts as 1/2 the population of the UK faces energy poverty.The summer holiday may have been a big mistake for many.
Russia continues gaslighting european energy markets with cuts of oil supply by pipeline to europe sighting failure to pay in Roubles (breaking news) Oil prices to head north again.
Uffindell has been 'stood down' pending further investigation after more allegations:
I suggest Mr McDonald is going to get a rap over the knuckles from the Herald's main sponsor tomorrow. The PM's office is not going to like this story.
How dare he suggest that the Labour Party harbours such dreadful bullies as the mad duck.
Better late than never? Seems a bit 'ambulance at the bottom of the cliff', and National’s fleet of ambulances is stretched pretty thin as it is.