This echoes my feelings of The Standard though I very rarely comment - others tend to provide commentaries that adequately reflect many of my thoughts/feelings written in ways far better than I could, and which also quench my desire to contribute ...
Reactivation was the word I saw used. But I think they're still working out whether it's reinfection or reactivation.
And a loose drummer at that, not in time to the beat... mostly behind it.
Brighter future room?
To describe paper based currency as being in terminal decline isn't accurate. The data I look at shows cash use increasing, but looking like in line with population growth, so "static" might be a better descriptor. Neither is digital/crypto currency ...
It's not thing unique to Labour... Governments hate measures. People can hold them to account.
If there is no longer any threat from ISIS, it's job done. Time to bring them home.
Seems to me that vocational training (awful term) is needed in NZ at the moment (and foreseeable future) more than University commerce and legal graduates.
They retrieved it from the shredder and won't release it because we'd see the pieces sellotaped together so they could read it...
Extend the bright line test to other asset classes...?
We'll get an airbrushed "official" account in the same way John Key's history was presented.
It's now an essential tool to help the spies in keeping track of people.
It is an essential part of the job. From what I understand, the stuff that team sees can be pretty harrowing.
Confirmed with your reply... *jokes*!!
Maybe our swamp is in the upper echelons of the public service.... stacked to the hilt with neo-lib acolytes looking to ride the executive gravy train. If they're especially good they might get that dreamed-of appointment to a corporate board. The "swamp ...
Or something that wants to appear to seem human.
Actually... a truck full of fertilizer will do a very decent job, as I saw in London many moons ago in 1993. Time of day was the only reason it killed 1 and maimed 40. Nothing sophisticated about it, materials required and recipes easily found on the ...
I'm not so sure. I have wondered on a couple of occasions now, had National won the election how would've Bill English or even John Key have handled it? I don't think they would come anywhere near close to Jacinda Ardern's handling of this. I was already ...
I call bullshit too but it's not uncommon to allow individuals some admin access to upload and delete content. Much more practical than always having to have a webmaster do it.
"Karma will get them in the end". Seems to me some form of this is exactly what Cameron is experiencing now. What you put out will come back to you. So if he is experiencing ill health (as it wouldn't surprise me if it's just another "tactic") it is ...
Indeed. Wood lice actually have a purpose.
Great idea. Then replace it with a land tax of some sort.
It's not one or the other... it's both. But we are a low wage economy - I recall Bill English boasting about it. And the reason...? I'd wager it's linked to the amount of profit made in NZ that disappears overseas.
Blood, sweat and tears.
I see it more cyclical or even the yin and yang of each other. Each lead to the other.
I thought NZ was one of the neighbouring islands.
Yep... scratch the surface of any number of Congress persons, Senators, etc and you'll find similar stuff. The only reason this is news is because it's Trump.
The real power belongs to the Earth. That's the real point of "change is coming". We have an opportunity (getting smaller) to proactively "pull the emergency brake", as Greta says, or the Earth will do it to us. And the Earth will not discriminate.
Are you kidding? EU will go out of their way to make life miserable for a Corbyn-led UK. He would be much better served hard Brexiting. That's even worse a nightmare for the EU if Corbyn's policies were successfully implemented...
Last one out becomes the suspected leaker...