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Member since 28 Oct 2006
Member from Eltham
"Meanwhile seven dead on the roads and the booze is the catalyst in most deaths."
Another message not getting through is that although it only takes a couple of seconds to do it up "Seat Belts" may just save your life!
In that student crash a few days ago and the crash last night people were thrown out of their vehicle showing that they were not wearing them!
Member since 29 Feb 2008
Member from Christchurch CBD
hey Bryan when I was a young'n about 18 I bought a 1938 Nash Coupe remember hurtling down a road , saying "Look , we're doing 98 in loose metal ! " then whoa ! we slid off into a thick gorse hedge and rolled end over end 6 times ( they mustta counted the dent marks ) anyway we got out just a few bruises (no such thing as seat belts in them days ), car was dented a bit never even cracked the winders , we pushed it back on its wheels and drove home point is todays cars are real flimsy death traps they're a write off in a shopping mall car parking bump
Member since 02 Feb 2007
Member from Mangere Central
Congratulations to you, Sir John Kirwin.I don't mind gawking at your picture every time I click into our Site now.
Ocker, you remember when cars had bumpers strong enough to jack the car up on?
Member since 18 Mar 2007
Member from Papakura
G'day Mona,Got a heap of respect for JK....had the guts to publicly front his depression problem as well as his footy problem.Great stuff JK. Ment to mention.....never forget his try against the Itie's back in '87 when he ran through near the complete team. Cheers.
And JK's chuck his hat into the ring for the Blues job....coaching.
Go you good thing.
well he coached them Japanese learners ---- so he'll feel right at home with them Auckland plonkers
Member since 04 Jan 2008
I read his book and enjoyed it, and also watching him play "In the Day"
Member since 30 Jul 2006
Member from Bishopdale
Sir JK has done soooo much for other persons who have/had panic attacks. Suddenly we were able to all feel relatively 'normal' again
So true Aggie,sooooo true.He made me feel I am not alone in this depression,and he is in it too.
Member since 02 Nov 2006
Member from Linwood
With all the negativity and depressing discussions about the future of the world it is a wonder we are not all having panic attacks. Males has been doing this for milleniums. Have we really only advanced from bearskins to synthetics in all this time. Underneath the clothing is there still the savage beating his breast.
Member since 30 Jun 2006
Member from Glen Oroua
Lots of clear sky at the moment so the chances of seeing the transit of Venus are good. hope the clouds stay away.
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