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Member since 04 Jan 2008
So true Arandar, Its nice to always consider others point of view and opinions ,cos thats what we all deserve really from babies to grown adults.Someone who takes the time to listen, is worth their weight in Gold..Cheers Kai
Member since 28 May 2008
Member from Wrights Bush
Yay! Right, at least we are participating. Today, I had to go see the editor of a local newspaper at Riverton, have my photo taken and a speel on the Op Shop. Haven't seen the other one published yet.Popped in to see a mate, and lots of coffee and yapping, came home late with a boot full of yummies for the shop.It's been full on since, feeding everyone, except the chooks, they were in bed, high up in the trees at the bottom of the paddock. They have a henhouse but never use it. Turned out another cracker day.
Sounds like an awesome day Gayebelle n all.
Why do the ones who need the feed most fly the highest????.
Shop sounds just the ticket ,,
love a piccy peep at the goodies lol and also at the write ups when the southerners get in ta gear and get something in to Print
Member since 22 Oct 2006
Member from Christchurch CBD
GB,Just saw a shot of Riverton @ sunset on Jim Hickeys TV1. Great. Desi & I are going to try and come there next year for the Bluff Oyster Festival Plus.
Member since 30 Jul 2006
Member from Bishopdale
This has just all been so interesting. Agree heartily with Joybel
Member since 09 Sep 2008
Member from Hamilton
MmmmmHope the "nets" are just perfect...I went to cards and won 2nd prize....$4.00.. such excitement.. I could hardly contain myself on the way home but managed just to get the key in the lock,to be slobbered all over....Fear not....you possible suitors...it was the dog, so happy to see me...Cheers till next time....Sera
Wow, I think I have unliked myself somehow on fb. I see it is showing like on here now, if I was still liked it would be showing unlike. Confused - don't worry - I do that to people.
Is there such a word as 'unlike' Aggie, I was taught 'dislike'. At least I'm not on showcase at the moment. Sera I had 3 dogs and two cats waiting for me, the chooks had given up. I didn't win any money, but I spent some. Dr L the Bluff Oyster Festival is run by the locals again, and its going strong. I'm glad you didn't come a few years back when I was 'entertaining' there. A roaring twenties Miss Bluff 1924, someone suggested I must be pretty old, and another thought I was a 'Trannie.'
Aggie... I am not confused.... I am a girl and I am normal.....Also I am not a face-book fan so guess I am safe...
Gee Gaye-Belle nice that you have animals too....the chooks have maybe gone off the lay...
Life's a beach... and I love it...
Thanks for the support guys and gals....
Member since 29 Feb 2008
Auckland lawyer and Maori Party political candidate Davina Murray has been charged with illegally smuggling contraband to convicted murderer and rapist Liam Reid, who she believes is innocent ??????
Crikey what is it about wimmin lusting after "BAD MEN " ????
Remember Karen Soich...with Terry Clarke ( Mr Asia Heroin dealer )
Member since 28 Oct 2006
Member from Eltham
They say "Love is blind" ocker don't they! There's no accounting for tast is there.Besides Mrs Bryan still lusts after me, still the time for "lusting" is long past!
Member since 18 Jul 2008
Member from Porirua
New Zealand is growing poverty at three times the OECD average
According to the OECD at least one in five New Zealand children live in severe or significant hardship, while at least one in four children lived below the semi-official poverty line.
According to figures, the richest 1 per cent of the population owns three times more than the combined cash and assets of the poorest 50 per cent.
New Zealand had gone from one of the most equitable societies – in terms of income distribution – to one of the worst.
This is from Professor Darrin Hodgetts, a Waikato University professor.
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