Friday, October 29, 2021

Labour wants to purge gobbledygook?

 Seems this government has a new found desire for openness and transparency. *

gobbledygook: unnecessarily complicated language used to describe a simple idea. 

Appropriately, this phenomenon has lots of names - bureaucratese, corporate-speak - and it is ubiquitous.

It’s often found in the most irritating places: public documents, contracts, and coming from the mouths of politicians and elected officials.

But a new Member's Bill, drawn from the biscuit tin last month, is looking to clamp down on techno-babbling.

Should this bill ever make the statutes I've got a few starter suggestions for removal of gobbledygook.

the treaty "principles" - a waffly piece of legalese

the treaty is a "partnership" - now there's something that most recognise as total BS.

I'm sure there's another million more items that are contenders for such a listing.

* I'd normally reserve a /sarc tag for that statement based on Labour's performance these past few years.

Thursday, October 28, 2021

Indeed, Mr Plod apparently does have cojones

It's been 30 hours plus of repelling natives at the southern borders of Jafaland.  I'm amazed that the woke Mr Coster hasn't caved into the demands and let them join their bros at the super-spreader event at Waitangi.

this afternoon two people were arrested after they were caught attempting to cross the border at Mercer on foot

Those who refuse to leave the area this afternoon will likely be arrested for trespass

It appears that contrary to long held opinions, maybe Mr Plod does have cojones.  Unfortunately a dudge will probably utilise a wet bus ticket when sentencing these domestic terrorists.

Now one might hope that Mr. Plod would uphold New Zealand's private property rights and evict/arrest similarly squatting natives from Ihumatao, the Ahipara tree property and most recently at Taipa.  

The Taipa squat is Ihumatao Mk II in the making.  Her indoors is not fronting (she's already made a total pig's ear of Ihumatao), but 2 or 3 i/c Kelvin Davis will be along next week to offer more taxpayer relief to the colonised unemployed cohort.

Friday, October 22, 2021

Cow turds in waterways - we've been doing it all wrong

 Fancy some purified water from your waterways?

Scientists at Northeastern University developed a process that turns the bovine feces into a filter that purifies otherwise undrinkable water – an innovation the team hopes can address the global water crisis.

Seems that more intensive dairying is the answer!  We need a thick foam of liquid bovine manure on our waterways to purify the water.

Like Londoners drinking urine with a multitude drugs etc in their recycled Thames tap water and like lab grown 'meat' I think these ideas are unfortunately not for me.   I prefer a real steak and rainwater.

Tuesday, October 19, 2021

The grazing cattle continue to graze

 As St Jaxx trashes the economy striving for elimination via 90% of the 'Team of 5 million' in New Zealand, other fully vaccinated are reporting far different outcomes.

County Waterford has the highest adult vaccination rates in Ireland at 99%+

surge in new “cases” of the Fauci Flu is igniting fears that Ireland might be on the verge of going through a fifth “wave” of the disease – even though people are obeying the government’s demand that they get jabbed

Yes, the grazing cattle here in A-Oh-Tea-A-Rower will continue to graze.