Tuesday, May 31, 2011

"Absolutely Horrifying", "Punitive","Vile"

"Absolutely Horrifying", "Punitive","Vile"

So say the usual suspects are wailing about proposed welfare reforms aimed to push bennies into work.

Who would have thought that I might
be entitled to some productivity from the taxpayer largesse showered upon the bludging underclasses?

You would think that their world was to end forthwith. It is only what most have to do to survive the real world.


Monday, May 30, 2011

Parker: ChCh Catheral to be levelled

Nothing is off-limits when it comes to the city's rebuild, Mayor Bob Parker says.

There are no sacred cows

Excellent news for ratepayers on a Monday morning. No more ratepayer wedge to be wasted on rebuilding private property.

Must be time for a Tui.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Safety and doing the Lord's work

I think the after-ball industry is just encouraging students to drink illegally and I don't think it's a good thing at all.

Carmel College principal shoots from the lip without knowing the whole story.
The after-ball parties - which have separate R18 rooms for those who are of age and wanting to drink

Police will never endorse what we do, but they're happy that we're doing it this way.

So Mr Plod won't condone it, but is OK with physical separation. The spouting continues...
As the principal of a girls' school, I'm particularly concerned for the safety of young women in those situations

Would wager that the same principal, doing the Lord's work ensuring the safety of her charges, also employs counsellors that assist young ladies to murder their yet to be born offspring without advising the parents. As was found to be the law for schools in recent weeks.

'Particularly concerned for the safety of young women', indeed.

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Defence cuts on the way? [updated]

Overheard that Defence is looking to do another Quigley. I well remember him going through the Forces late-80's looking to save a dollar or two for Lange. Orificers looked after themselves, being retained for life, whilst the real non-commissioned workers on the coal front were pared to the bone. Ships particularly suffered in manning and deployments for the next decade. Then along came Liarbour and again he had a hand in killing off the Air Force.

Word is that a rout of the expensive 30 year plus types with their extensive experience and corporate knowledge are about to drawn from the hat en-masse. "People are our greatest resource". Bollocks, always remember you are just another number to the bloody bean counters.

A blogger scoops the slow MSM yet again...

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Oh well, that's that then

ACT's downward slide has been confirmed in the latest poll. Goodbye Don. Great ideas, wrong vehicle. Seriously overloaded with too much liberal baggage. They squandered their only chance.

A developing horror show is the resurgent watermelons. Want more of Red Russel?

Guess the answer, as long predicted, is a vote for the one favoured by the horsey set. Just to stir the pot, so to speak.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Fancy some mad cow on your menu?

Controversial practices for the feeding of livestock not seen since the days before mad cow disease rocked the nation could be reintroduced after a change of heart in Brussels.
Yeah Right!

serving up animal feed made from animal by-products was "not something consumers or retailers are ready to accept"

Brussels is about to commit economic suicide.

Stark example of anti-worker attitude

would be paid for by making agriculture sector pay under the emissions trading scheme

Liarbour confirms its anti-worker stance. Tax rich prick farmers more.

Bugs in Ministerial house?

And from recent reports, I'd always thought buggery was the only clandestine activity in a Ministerial house...

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Got sod all to do?

You must have sod all to do if you're reading this.
Although the internet has spawned a multi-billion dollar industry in creating and cracking codes, crypologists have yet to solve some of the oldest riddles

10 brain-teasers to pass your time awaiting the end of the world at 6pm...

Dissecting melons [updated]

The billboard promoting the Erotica Expo in Auckland featured a naked woman's pelvic area covered with a dissected melon. Her finger was inserted in the centre of the fruit.

The ASA received 71 complaints from people claiming it was offensive and dehumanising.

One wonders where these undissected melons have been all their lives. Even Stuff adds to the hype surrounding the afflicted sensibilities of the poor wee dears who find such things offensive with an explicit image warning. [update explicit pic for your viewing pleasure at Whale's shop - Stuff wimped out and removed their dissected melon]

Offensive and dehumanising??? I thought it was an excellent ad. Some melons really need to get out and about.

Friday, May 20, 2011

Priorities - Tax breaks for professional thugs

The question is, why is the Government giving tax breaks to professional rugby players and their administrators

All so Smile and Wave can have a few photo ops in an election year.

Priorities spot on? Not.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Booze and fags for sure

A sure bet those with a penchant for these two vices will be paying more before the day is over.

Today is the day for the opposition to cry "What about the ?". Meanwhile DonKey* marches on borrowing $400 million a week.

* soon we will be able to call the alliance that when Smile and Wave is forced to form a coalition with the ACT leader. Must be better than pandering to unwanted racist separatists.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Rich Prick Bursts Liarbour Balloons

Prime Minister John Key has confirmed there will be changes to KiwiSaver, Working for Families and interest-free student loans in the budget next week

These programmes were introduced during a debt and consumption-driven economic bubble, and it is clear that they are unaffordable
Take that economic whizzer Silent T.

Long may the bubble bursting continue.

Weaning the middle class

Key: We cannot afford Kiwisaver

Music to my ears as the scalpel apparently is about to sever an artery. A large middle class welfare artery that is. May it be the start of the long overdue process of prising middle class bennies and bludgers off welfare and other taxpayer largesse.
Bluntly it has become unaffordable when New Zealand is no longer running the big surpluses that the previous Labour Government thought were there

KiwiSlaver never was anything but an election bribe. But hey, glad I never took up the thirty pieces of silver.

Suddenly it's a beautiful day.

Monday, May 09, 2011

Thieving bureaurcrats promising good news?

... the result would be a "good-news story"

Nobody will complain about this one

the reason for holding the meeting in private was the possibility of the "disclosure of information for which good reason for withholding exists"

"... a formality. We just have to tick something off."

Come now Mr Cull, the other one has bells.

The only good news long suffering ratepayers might expect in respect of the stadia being built for the upcoming unwanted, overpriced and overhyped extravaganza on the paddock would be if the thieving bureaucrats that masquerade as councils around the country were placed against the wall and despatched forthwith.

Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Pull the other one

A man found wearing women's underwear and standing over a goat's carcass told police he was high on a designer drug legally marked as bath salts.

Now that's definitely a fetish! Let's see how he explains that away...

Tuesday, May 03, 2011

5/8ths of 0.625 is still...

New Act leader Don Brash says he will recommend Rodney Hide retain his ministerial portfolios until the election.

Oh well, that's settled. Continue Parliamentary rorting unabated.

polling he had commissioned to help bolster his bid for the leadership showed he had triple the support of Mr Hide

How's that work then?

In my book, 5/8ths of nothing is still nothing. Sweet FA.

Do ya feel lucky, punk?

I for one do not feel any safer today knowing that their leader in name has been assassinated.

The militant hordes will be back, redoubled in effort.

Monday, May 02, 2011

What else did you expect?

Sir John and Mr Penrose criticised unelected members of the Maori Statutory Board for not attending the two weeks of budget hearings

Come now, the unelected have their thirty pieces of ratepayer silver. And a few more, in perpetuity.

Did you really expect them to front for such a pittance?