Open mike 15/03/2010

Written By: - Date published: 6:00 am, March 15th, 2010 - 11 comments
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11 comments on “Open mike 15/03/2010”

  1. jcuknz 1

    If you want further evidence, I’m not in a position to verify it, as to how sick the American ‘right’ is then visit this Op-Ed in the NYT. I guess elements of the NZ ‘right’ are not far behind either.

  2. prism 2

    Good one jcuknz – very informative item from NY Times.

  3. freedom 3

    for more fun look at this

    why pay USD $650 million if ‘the air was safe to breathe’
    911truth moves a little closer to the light


    Garth McVictim and the Sensible Sentencing Trust; Still exploiting the victims of crime for political gain, simply disgusting.

  5. bill brown 5

    So, anybody’s kids failed* national standards yet?

    Did it give you a sick feeling in your stomach?

    *by failed, I mean – they got to tick the “I did not meet the national standard” tick box.

  6. toad 6

    I think I found some here who did, bill.

  7. Bored 7

    The latest in the Herald….Jonkey thinks that there is “too much hysteria” about mining in National parks…..the guys not just a pillock, he is an arrogant dipstick.

  8. 8

    I have found out who John Keys mentor is, Mr Kruger from Kruger Industrys.

    Smile and wave, relaxed about everything.

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