I am compelled to see this show, based on yr enthusiasm Mr Reid.
That robot needs a cardie.
A measure is how we treat the less fortunate - we are horrible and the only way is up once this lot wreck all the goodwill and slump off back to their opposition benches and the healing begins.
I can't screw my iPhone to my tripod.
I'm not feeling it Pengo. Nice work Mr Ng
iPredict stocks in 'Curia backs budget' r wobbly.
And Penguin: this is from yr first line in this thread 'you shouldn't make som may silly errors yourself'.
I'll frame that one Russell.
elite arts get some money.
yeah, nice one.
Kia Ora folks,
please pardon me for the forewardness but if any of you lovely folks would care to take a minute
just spending a couple a hours smearing this around the blogheap before my attention wanders
Ah Yes. A Hunting country.
What the hell: I feel very fortunate to be have been born away down here in the South Pacific but only if I don't move around to much for - when I drive anywhere - it is through a gulag.
A concentration camp for animals, the creatures we prey upon. Our 'farms'.
Further: we section parts of unfarmed land off, call it reserves and forests and then good keen men and their sons go in their with personal arsenals and dogs and keep up the killing.
They head out to sea armed to the teeth with the best of hi-tech gear and torture and kill the most incredible animals, for what?
I can't help but feel held hostage in this country by the bloodthirsty 'normalised' manner of farming and recreation.
We are awful people wrapped in a myth concealed in an enigma deceived by our isolation. As 'no-one is watching' we can abuse our environment and it's inhabitants and get away with it.
Well Russell, I took my eye off the ball but if there are to be any extra tickets please put my name on one, all ready to drive through from the East Coast I am, firstname.lastname@example.org
People: don't forget the intriguing research widely reported now that rightwingers are more fearful, more anxious, more prone to extreme solutions to everyday problems?