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    Just reflecting a little on the general News.

    Seems Farmer-bashing and Landlady-bashing are the latest craze.

    Maybe someone should ask the bashers what they'll eat if the farmers stop work?

    And where they'll live if the landladies stop renting?

  • #2
    Food will be "Free" and so will housing.

    Just like the proposed "free" school lunches.

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    • #3
      I seem to recall that communism was a try at that sort of thing.

      Wasn't very successful.

      Fatboy in NK only holds on by the skin of his military.

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      • #4
        Even watered down communism - socialism - is a complete failure for the poor working stiff.
        Plenty of lefty bullies could do with a one-way ticket to Venezuela.
        The three most harmful addictions are heroin, carbohydrates and a monthly salary - Fred Wilson.

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        • #5
          Hence why i cancelled my Herald subscription a few weeks ago , i programmed myself to just accept the paper was a red flag for communism but that it still had some interesting stories to read from time to time, but then those dried up too once the pretty communist Jacinda became pregnant and so it turned to a right custard ,into a Woman's weekly, just too much to handle.

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          • #6
            Well, there's a (14 Feb) Stuff story that has the usual deficiency.

            Unlawful move by the LL giving 14 days notice. That was bad.

            But did anyone ask if the TA specified a max. number of people? Not that I saw.

            That may've been the reason the LL was a bit miffed.

            The stuff, half the stuff and something like the stuff.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Perry View Post
              Well, there's a (14 Feb) Stuff story that has the usual deficiency.

              Unlawful move by the LL giving 14 days notice. That was bad.

              But did anyone ask if the TA specified a max. number of people? Not that I saw.

              That may've been the reason the LL was a bit miffed.

              The stuff, half the stuff and something like the stuff.

              Love it
              So much ""stuff"" these days lacks any serious balance or investigative technique. The people with the critical thinking skills are a dying breed, so what we're left with is a bunch of wacky off the planet idiots telling us what to do.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Perry View Post
                Well, there's a (14 Feb) Stuff story that has the usual deficiency.

                Unlawful move by the LL giving 14 days notice. That was bad.

                But did anyone ask if the TA specified a max. number of people? Not that I saw.

                That may've been the reason the LL was a bit miffed.

                The stuff, half the stuff and something like the stuff.
                On the face of it it does show the LL has a total lack of empathy and is a bit hard nosed.
                Being a LL is a 'people' business.

                But, the facts may not be as they seem.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by mrsaneperson View Post
                  Love it
                  So much ""stuff"" these days lacks any serious balance or investigative technique. The people with the critical thinking skills are a dying breed, so what we're left with is a bunch of wacky off the planet idiots telling us what to do.
                  Fortunately it isn't the Stuff writers who tell us what to do.

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                  • #10
                    To The Stocks With Him, I Say!

                    Another nasty, greedy LL at it!
                    Is he trying to ruin all LLs' reputations?
                    The gall of the man!

                    Mark Dunajtschik sells Polo House in Wellington
                    26 Feb 2018
                    Originally posted by Stuff
                    Wellington property developer Mark Dunajtschik​ has sold the first Wellington building he bought so he can focus on the new $50 million children's hospital he is bankrolling and building. In July last year, Dunajtschik announced he would pay for, build and gift a $50 million children's hospital to Capital & Coast District Health Board.

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                    • #11
                      I can hear armchair complainers around the country:

                      Children's hospital must be a tax right off man...

                      Just wants the glory now he's rich...

                      What an a-hole...

                      Squadly dinky do!

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