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5:30 pm, May 24th, 2023 - 8 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 …
Hooker becomes a Dame. Not the first, not the last.
Word for the day meretrix – Latin for harlot. The matrix – pun the ear matrix, about a woman Trinity on the run like Rhea Silvia mother of twins (she needed the help of a night worker a lupa (she wolf) to provide for her children.
Then there is the glorious word meretricious from the same Latin root.
apparently attractive but having no real value.
relating to or characteristic of a prostitute.
My father used it as his opinion of the city of Napier when we were growing up. As a capturer of big words, this was a prized possession for me though he explained it as being 'no better than they ought to be', rather than embarking on an explanation of how the first meaning tied in to the second archaic meaning.
The ACT leaders response to advice to set the heat pump temp to 21 degrees and have shorter showers
Mine, 21 degrees is so middle class, working class people have already set it at 18 degrees, not that Seymour would have any idea.
He wants to reduce benefit payments and would rather lock up more poor people than supply affordable housing.
Everything he says is a version of gaslighting/class warfare.
It is always those who are guilty of lying and cheating who are the first to blame others of their own malfeasance.
The latest trumpian wingnut con…a dating site exclusively for unvaccinated patriots… and blood, breast milk, embryos, semen, and adoption services for the pure.
If National are prepared to completely reverse the Housing Supply and Other Mattets bill, then they are prepared to completely reverse the Carbon Zero bill.
Shaw should be worried tonight.
And he should call it out.
Did the Greens support the
Or is a yeah na scenario The Greens explained why the bill was wrong and then supported it.
True, allowing three storey build citywide simply ended urban planning – enabling developers to determine zoning.
National have provided them with the chance to re-visit the issue and they should welcome this.
The reasons why the developers charter was wrong was exposed during the floods.
News of the National Party policy change.