Open mike 27/03/2010

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5 comments on “Open mike 27/03/2010”

  1. prism 1

    Lhaws insisting on signs containing the dreaded ‘h’ be removed. Only such a blowhard could stand up and make such ridiculous demands. What a little Hitler! And what a negative person to elect, Whanganui has a river flowing through it so it can’t become a true backwater, but that’s the word to describe it that comes to mind.

    With him as mayor Whanganui lines up behind small-town Springfield in the Simpsons. The mayor there is also a bit of twit. Perhaps we should tell the writers about Whanganui and what’s going on, its quite a laugh. They might incorporate Lhaws into one of their episodes and give him some speech lines. He would have then reached the heights on the Peter Principle scales.

  2. gobsmacked 2

    TV3’s “The Nation” had a lengthy and revealing piece on the ACT party (this morning, repeated Sunday 8 a.m.).

    Short version: Heather Roy wants to be “co-leader” and basically, she and Hide can’t stand each other. So the race is on between ACT and the Maori Party … who’s going to implode first?

  3. I can not understand why Bennett is so vicious towards the unfortunates in our land. Whats the motive for her “bashing benificiaries? After all isnt it her big boast that she was on the DPB for sometime?However let us remember that her parents were shop owners , reasonably well off and able to help .Bennett never tells us this. I also wonder why she does not direct for viciousness towards the Big Business and National members who are in the headlines (even the Herald) for sleazy and unscrupulous dealings involving millions of dollars .No even a squeak form this loudmouth .
    Not a word from her regarding rhe exorbitant payouts made to some CEOs and the likes .Once again all most certainly National supporters or members.
    The latest being a huge pay plus bonus for the Super City CEO. Appointed ;of course! by the National Government,

  4. high school students should be made to study and critique ‘The Wire’ and shame on you if y’all haven’t seen it…

    http://www.trademe.co.nz/Movies-TV/DVDs/TV-series/auction-280085919.htm

    …it’ll reinforce how shit shallowvision is and how fake the world we live in is once you’ve seen it

  5. Anne 5

    ooops… Kiwiteen has turned up on Red Alert. A stoush between the teenager and Mallard would be a good read. No prizes for guessing the winner!

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