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    Testing the market: really? Or flexing their...

    Testing the market: really?
    Or flexing their dominant
    market position & greed?
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    Poll: Lead a horse to water . . .

    The site has gone live by sending out a promotional e-mail, without the
    benefit of a competent proof reader. (Browser copy here)



    A mix of space-and-no-space in front of exclamation and...
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    Well, no surprises there, really. Below, advert...

    Well, no surprises there, really. Below, advert copy from a HB newspaper.
    Seems that - in this case - a CoC is more like a Crock o' . . . .
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    This thread / conversation - having been subject...

    This thread / conversation - having been subject
    to moderation attention - is now unlocked.
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    Well, I have another perspective. If someone of a...

    Well, I have another perspective. If someone of a legal bent does not assess
    the contract carefully, before signing, there's a problem. To paraphrase the
    old chestnut about used cars: would you...
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    Breathe Deeply

    Certainly a wild ride, this thread. There are lots of pros and cons and positions to take.

    And - from Donna's post - you will have gathered that the tenant is following this
    thread. Now, for...
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    You were unlucky to have to pay anything at all,...

    You were unlucky to have to pay
    anything at all, as I see it.
  8. So if others make a few typos or bloopers, that...

    So if others make a few typos or bloopers, that makes it OK?

    On most web sites is too broad. The errors are in advertising
    copy. Advert copy should be proofed and corrected by someone
    with the...
  9. You do need to use a proof reader! It is now...

    You do need to use a proof reader!
    It is now THOUSANDS, but there are
    two spaces between estate & fees!
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    Sounds good. Back when I did 'site specs,' it...

    Sounds good. Back when I did 'site specs,' it
    was all pegs in the ground and calculations.
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    ACC Posts $2.1 Billion Surplus...

    ACC Posts $2.1 Billion Surplus
    James Weir
    22/10/2014



    Other PT threads on ACC's variables fortunes.
    http://www.propertytalk.com/forum/showthread.php?33740-ACC-levies...
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    It's not all bad, all the time, it seems. ...

    It's not all bad, all the time, it seems.

    'Best water in the world' made in Nelson



    The reason may not always be larding the council coffers, perhaps!
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    The local astronomy society may be able to help....

    The local astronomy society may be able to help. As well as
    where it rises and sets at differing times of the year, don't
    forget the angles of incidence at all the major solar points:
    summer and...
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    Get off of the grass!

    Get off of the grass!
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    John Key Reminds Aucklanders Of Property Risks...

    John Key Reminds Aucklanders Of Property Risks
    Hamish Rutherford
    20/10/2014
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    Consumer Confidence Hits Year Low...

    Consumer Confidence Hits Year Low
    Niko Kloeten
    20/10/2014
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    Is there really anythink [anything] wrong with my...

    Is there really anythink [anything] wrong with my idea?
    No - we just think differently about things; that's all.
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    I agree that the lungs/water vapour (not steam!)...

    I agree that the lungs/water vapour (not steam!)
    science is dodgy, but hotter air holds more invisible
    water vapour, so the amount would be the same
    either way, would it not? Invisibly with a...
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    Lots of pun options, there.

    Lots of pun options, there.
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    Poll: So the Revolution continues . . . ...

    So the Revolution continues . . .

    http://www.propertytalk.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=1161&d=1413682754
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    Really? From whence comes that idea?

    Really? From whence comes that idea?
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    On that basis, I would rank them as models to...

    On that basis, I would rank them as models to eschew.
    Religion is the worst, where any crime against person or
    property or any atrocity, no matter how reprehensible,
    can not be justified in the...
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    "Could have," but didn't. Why, I wonder? I...

    "Could have," but didn't. Why, I wonder? I observed earlier:


    All that is needed for evil to flourish is that the good shall do nothing.

    Silence bespeaks consent (in the face of the...
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    Well, on that basis, it's hard to distinguish one...

    Well, on that basis, it's hard to distinguish one from another, as I see it. Religion
    is indeed the root cause of many problems. To suggest otherwise seems odd.
    The Crusades, the Inquisition,...
  25. Interesting to see the banner advert, atop this...

    Interesting to see the banner advert, atop this thread, at this time (18 Oct 2014),
    in our discussions on REA fees charged. In case its time is past, reproduced here:
    ...
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