rdytdy

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  1. rdytdy

    The good old days

    Gubes, well done on your win with your horse Porshabelle in the first race at Waipa today. Showed more toe than a Roman soldier again and managed to hold them out today. Congrats.
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    How y’all looking now

    I believe that it is planned to be ready for winter next year.
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    How y’all looking now

    The three clubs Waikato/Cambridge and Waipa,to the best of my knowledge, are undertaking a feasibility study into the "Greenfields" project. You wouldn't expect any final decision to be made without due diligence being undertaken first.
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    Boys get Paid

    I suggest that you contact Luke Kemeys by going to the Boys Get Paid website www.boysgetpaid.com
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    Mrs Cubes gets grumpy with the TAB

    I think that you can send it in to the Head Office for payment Cubes. Ring the Help Desk.
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    More bull%$^% from the NZRB...

    As my account was set up years ago so I thought I would ring the help desk just to check about this and they confirmed everything was fine and I don't have to do anything (so no wonder I haven't received anything). Perhaps this requirement is for new accounts?
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    More bull%$^% from the NZRB...

    Do I gather from this that want to get every single current TAB account holder to supply an ID photo to them so you can continue to use your TAB account even though you went through this process of proving identity when you originally opened it up. Firstly, have they contacted every account directly? I certainly haven't had anything from them. If they fail to contact me and close my account they can get F*%#ed. It will stay closed. How many accounts will be lost through all this BS....
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    More bull%$^% from the NZRB...

    What's this all about?
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    Jacinda Ardern

    The worst government in 25 years by Christie We say on this blog all the time, that this government would be in a lot more trouble if it did not have a very compliant media. Most of the media in this country let the government off the hook: from the Young Labour camp scandal to the Karel Sroubek case, the Derek Handley fiasco to more recently the biased speaker. Then there was the Treasury hack that wasn’t, and Trevor Mallard claiming that a parliamentary staffer was a rapist when all he did was give a colleague a hug. Staffers, ministers and the speaker himself would have fallen on their swords – with a little assistance – under the last government, but now there is no accountability. We simply do not have the media baying for blood at each transgression like we did with the last government. Well, maybe the worm is starting to turn. Duncan Garner has attacked the government, saying that this is the least effective government for the last 25 years. I won’t argue with that. Maybe, or maybe not, but we have nowhere for them to live, of course. Whether these immigrants are in the skilled migrant category or not, they are still not going to make the housing crisis any better. I doubt if he has to worry too much. There is a cabinet reshuffle on the horizon, but as the talent pool for this government is as shallow as the proverbial car park puddle, I doubt if there is anyone better. That is the really sad thing in all of this. I am really not sure that Winston will get away with this again. He has raged on about immigration for decades, but for most of that time, he has either been in opposition, or a junior coalition partner. This time, he is the deputy prime minister and is clearly pulling a lot of strings. That he has not stemmed the flow of immigrants, while not significantly increasing the number of skilled migrants, is something he may have to address in the next campaign. Duncan Garner is scathing. Here is how he sums up the efforts so far of this ‘transformational government’. Totally agree, Duncan. And it is not only in immigration that they are failing.
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    Jacinda Ardern

    The worst government in 25 years by Christie on June 14, 2019 at 8:00am We say on this blog all the time, that this government would be in a lot more trouble if it did not have a very compliant media. Most of the media in this country let the government off the hook: from the Young Labour camp scandal to the Karel Sroubek case, the Derek Handley fiasco to more recently the biased speaker. Then there was the Treasury hack that wasn’t, and Trevor Mallard claiming that a parliamentary staffer was a rapist when all he did was give a colleague a hug. Staffers, ministers and the speaker himself would have fallen on their swords – with a little assistance – under the last government, but now there is no accountability. We simply do not have the media baying for blood at each transgression like we did with the last government. Well, maybe the worm is starting to turn. Duncan Garner has attacked the government, saying that this is the least effective government for the last 25 years. I won’t argue with that. Maybe, or maybe not, but we have nowhere for them to live, of course. Whether these immigrants are in the skilled migrant category or not, they are still not going to make the housing crisis any better. I doubt if he has to worry too much. There is a cabinet reshuffle on the horizon, but as the talent pool for this government is as shallow as the proverbial car park puddle, I doubt if there is anyone better. That is the really sad thing in all of this. I am really not sure that Winston will get away with this again. He has raged on about immigration for decades, but for most of that time, he has either been in opposition, or a junior coalition partner. This time, he is the deputy prime minister and is clearly pulling a lot of strings. That he has not stemmed the flow of immigrants, while not significantly increasing the number of skilled migrants, is something he may have to address in the next campaign. Duncan Garner is scathing. Here is how he sums up the efforts so far of this ‘transformational government’. Totally agree, Duncan. And it is not only in immigration that they are failing.
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    Race caller rumours

    Sad to hear Jason. Sincere condolences to you and all the family.
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    National may scrap Super Gold Card

    What!! Scrap the Gold card....people have been waiting 65 years to get one.
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    Chelsea Burdan (a4)

    Drinking and then loving apprentices Baz, you really do lead a decadent lifestyle. You are certainly doing the walk of life.
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    Te Teko Abandoned

    Gone... following R5.