Kia ora, Dr Jeffrey! Thanks for dropping by.
Yes, thank you indeed.
An others thoughts about the treaty and more about whether maori know what they are doing now and into the future...
Kia ora Russell
Thanks, it is a privilege - and thanks also to David Haywood.
The Yellow Daily Mirror. I too remember the Profumo affair within those pages. For some reason I vividly remember a story of a woman who was ambushed in her car by a bloke who forced her to drive all over the place. The story told of her trying to attract attention by pushing the brake pedal and morse coding SOS. Noone picked it up but she apparently survived the ordeal by jumping out. I was always amazed that so much mayhem could occur in one place!
Psst. I also got Tiger and Lion with Roy of the Rovers and 101 ways of saving money if I didn't smoke.
Jeffrey - do you never feel just a slight qualm about adding 'Paparoa'
(I know and love the hills) to your name?
I know your mother.
I know you.
You've gone an academic path into' taha maori'- you think that is acceptable?
And, to whom?