Was Muller bullying his staff? Not as far as I am aware. And frankly there are few things that irritate people who live with mental health issues than someone who spins theirs as an excuse for shitty behaviour.
Oh if only! In the literal sense.
Much as I am not a fan of smoking or alcohol advertising, I think the Fashion Awards lasted one, maybe two years funded by SmokeFree and then ceased altogether. It was a similar situation with the Moët & Chandon NZ artist fellowship and residency in France...
As a rule of thumb it's never a good idea for a democracy to concentrate too much power in the hands of the state because you never know who the next bugger will be.
I'm not missing your point, you're reading the data wrong. First, cumulative - overall we've lost a lot fewer people compared to Australia per capita, which if you will insist on making it a competition, is the important number. Second, their per capita ...
Actually for all intents and purposes we are currently at parity. 2/m isn't much of a difference. And Australia is at a very different point in their wave cycle - a lot more people died getting to where they are now compared to NZ.
Profitable for whom though? That model mostly relies on bulk low wage, high skill labour to staff call and data centres, and given we're only two hours ahead of the Philippines it's debatable how competitive we'd actually be.
I think Corbyn has rather blotted his copybook since then with his remarks about Ukraine.
Oh please don't pretend Pelosi is an ordinary American or that her physical presence was required to assert the US position. She didn't just decide to go for her health and I'm pretty sure the Taiwanese authorities didn't invite her. Unless there's overt ...
Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan is really the most perplexing move on her part. One can only put it down to ego given that the Defense Department asked her not to go, Biden was deliberately ambiguous about the whole thing in the media, and it clearly ...
Actually it's more like former Soviet satellites moving westward, metaphorically speaking.
New York Times - Putin's 'old friend' Kissinger in 2013 Henry Kissinger to Meet With Vladimir Putin in Russia - The New York Times (nytimes.com) Or knowing you, you may prefer RT Putin meets ‘old friend’ Kissinger visiting Russia — RT World News
Are you quite as simultaneously bemused and scandalised as I am?
I think you need to get your facts straight. Kissinger was an American diplomat, and an adviser to presidents He seemed to have a talent for brokering peace deals. It's a pity he was not around when Biden learned of Russia's impending invasion. Dude, lol....
Ah yes, I can see that now. Thank you for following up on that.
The issue remains that if they have chosen not to be vaccinated, they have rejected mainstream medicine outright, and short of being immunocompromised or some pre-existing condition, the reasoning for doing so, based on all the available evidence, doesn't ...
Yes, it's a small group, though with the shortages not insignificant.
In 2019 there were 3171 midwives in NZ with Annual Practicing Certificates. For some reason this number had dropped to 1583 by 2021, of which 164 midwives had refused to submit a vaccination certificate.
Nope, my contention is that to exclusively embrace unproven alternatives to proven mainstream conventional medicine instead of as a complement is wackadoodle. But by all means continue to project away, no skin off my nose.
So much for not getting personal
No, that's you projecting. There are of course many reasons people can't be vaccinated, particularly if they are immunocompromised. That's a given and need not be dragged up whenever. Most people, myself included, are not judging the immunocompromised. Of ...
Putin's Russia has attacked and occupied parts of non-NATO members. Putin's Russia has gone out of its way not to attack NATO members. Ergo: there is something wrong with your logic.
I would say Kissinger is some sort of pseudo-realist war criminal and well-known Putin advisor and confidant. If that's the gutter you want to lie down in, feel free.
I know quite a few midwives here and in Aus, both practitioners and the academics who train them, and I know the vast majority of NZ midwives are of the highest competency - but even midwives (and I don't know why this is so controversial to say) that ...
Again, what does that have to do with vaccination mandates?
Sure, but what has that got to do with vaccination mandates?
The reason there are so many midwives affected by the mandate is that midwives hold a great deal of knowledge and experience in holistic healthcare. Well that was hella revealing. Care to explain to what that means? How does having a "great deal of ...
Some midwives. There is a small subset who are naturopathy wackadoodle - the kind that don't have a back up plan to get their patient to a hospital in an emergency. They are a minority.
I can tell you exactly where Trotter has his finger and while my anatomical studies are a little rusty, I'm pretty sure there's no pulse up there.
Well mikesh in the grand scheme of things ad hominem is less offensive than cheering on slaughter.
Because the Kremlin has made their terms very clear. How on earth do you get any thinking done in something that small?