Ohokaman

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  1. Sure does.... https://www.addington.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/Addington-Raceway-Role-Racing-Industry-Manager-June-2020.pdf
  2. I see all the gumboots have come out to play...not a fucking brain cell among them......
  3. And rightly so...the guy is a lunatic.
  4. Even grumpier today after Captain Harry didn’t hold on yesterday....cost me a $10k quaddie.......
  5. And good old Mad Dog Mattis gives it to them....
  6. The School Mistress wants to keep control for a bit longer.... https://www.scribd.com/document/464169764/Alert-Level-1-Cabinet-Paper#from_embed
  7. Give Noel Edmonds a bell Weasel....we could do with some positivity..... https://positivity.radio
  8. Yet another rebuttal of this wonder drug...... Trump said he took hydroxychloroquine to prevent coronavirus — but new study shows that doesn’t work From CNN's Elizabeth Cohen George Frey/AFP/Getty Images On the heels of several studies showing hydroxychloroquine doesn’t help patients in the hospital with Covid-19, a new study – the first of its kind – shows the drug doesn’t work to prevent infection with the virus, either. The study of 821 people is a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial, considered the gold standard in medicine. The study was expected to be published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine. The researchers assigned about half the study subjects to take hydroxychloroquine and half to take a placebo, or a pill that does nothing. Neither the researchers nor the study subjects knew who was taking hydroxychloroquine and who was taking a placebo. They found the drug didn’t make a difference – over the next two weeks, the study subjects came down with Covid symptoms in equal amounts. The study’s senior author, Dr. David Boulware, says that on May 9, the White House physician sent him an email asking his opinion of hydroxychloroquine as a preventive measure against Covid-19. Boulware, an infectious disease expert at the University of Minnesota, says he advised Trump’s physician that there was no published research showing hydroxychloroquine worked preventatively and shared that people in his study who took hydroxychloroquine had higher rates of side effects, mostly gastrointestinal problems such as nausea and vomiting. On May 18, Trump announced that he’d been taking the medicine for a week and a half. “I knew they were probably going to ignore what I said because the White House had been talking about hydroxychloroquine for weeks and weeks and weeks,” Boulware said.
  9. Nice promotional piece, if a little over the top...... Addington marketing has never been very good, they used to watch everything we did in Auckland. The Jade role didn’t last long, too much pressure so no doubt a return to Addington will suit him well...the bar is set pretty low there. “New Zealand racing’s greatest presenter..” ?! O’Connor has years of experience in marketing and promotion, spending the best part of the 1990s at Addington, before a three year stint at Harness Racing New Zealand and time at Jade Stadium as its commercial and marketing manager.
  10. Can’t wait for you to actually get something RIGHT.........
  11. These two fuckwits wouldn’t know what day it is......
  12. The only thing that surrounds us is this......
  13. No brain. No hope. Pills and alcohol work well apparently.....
  14. Yeah well it is usually shit coming out of the blonde bimbo there so might be right.....
  15. Reported everywhere from the White House down you cretin. Crawl back under your rock.....
  16. Even the Aussies are under attack...... https://edition.cnn.com/2020/06/02/media/australia-journalists-protests-washington/index.html
  17. Ohohaman stop quoting fake news Trump never hid in a bunker.  Team Trump were in the White House Situation room serveilling Antifa and BLM henchman looting, setting fires in a co ordinated pre planned attack. Of course he was.... https://www.forbes.com/sites/nicholasreimann/2020/05/31/trump-hid-from-protests-in-underground-bunker-report-says/#6679b0c55d98
  18. He called out to his Mom .... who died 2 years ago on this same day....RIP Handcuffed. Face Down. Knee on his neck. They did nothing. He called the officer "Sir." They did nothing. He begged for his life. He begged for water. He begged for mercy. They did nothing. His nose bled. His body trembled. He lost control of his bladder. They did nothing. He cried out, "I can't breathe." They did nothing. Twelve more times. "I can't breathe." "I can't breathe." "I can't breathe." "I can't breathe." "I can't breathe." "I can't breathe." "I can't breathe." "I can't breathe." "I can't breathe." "I can't breathe." "I can't breathe." They did nothing. One last time, he gasped, "I can't breathe." They did nothing. He lost consciousness. They did nothing. A firefighter demanded they check his pulse. They did nothing. Off duty medical personnel begged them to stop. They did nothing. Deprived of oxygen. His organs screaming. His brain frantic. They did nothing. They watched George Floyd die. His life fading. A slow death. They did nothing. A lynching on the ground. They did nothing. For eight agonizing minutes. Four officers watched. He cried out for his Mom... A grown man... Crying out for the woman who gave him life.... As he feared joining her in death. And still they did nothing. A black man. A gentle giant. Murdered because he was black. And still, they've done nothing.. The officers should be arrested. And still they've done nothing. Dont be too heartless to type REST IN PEACE Rest In Peace May justice be served
  19. None of us are lilywhite Crusty....he was trying to get things together in a new City. Whatever he had done in the past, he did not deserve to die like this......watch that video, it is horrendous. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8366533/George-Floyd-moved-Minneapolis-start-new-life-released-prison-Texas.html
  20. George will make it easy for you...... https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/george-conway-trump-is-a-racist-president/2019/07/15/b13c0bd4-a740-11e9-9214-246e594de5d5_story.html
  21. Trump, an infrequent churchgoer, focuses on Christian base amid protests and pandemic His photo-op outside St. John's Episcopal Church across Lafayette Square from the White House on Monday came only after protesters -- and some members of the church's clergy -- were pushed back using tear gas and flash bangs. The episode drew sharp criticism from the bishop who oversees the church, who called it a "charade." Ahead of the President's Tuesday visit, Washington Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory released a sharply worded statement criticizing Trump and the shrine for hosting him. "I find it baffling and reprehensible that any Catholic facility would allow itself to be so egregiously misused and manipulated in a fashion that violates our religious principles, which call us to defend the rights of all people even those with whom we might disagree," Gregory said. The first African American archbishop of Washington also added that Saint Pope John Paul II "certainly would not condone the use of tear gas and other deterrence to silence, scatter, or intimidate ... for a photo opportunity in front of a place of worship and peace." The President and his political advisers have grown concerned about his standing slipping with religious conservatives, people familiar with the matter say. Trump himself has fixated in his standing with evangelicals throughout his presidency, and has been worried by recent polls showing a slide in confidence related to his handling of coronavirus. The concern among Trump's political advisers about his standing with voters of faith comes five months before the general election. The presumptive Democratic nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden, is a practicing Catholic who regularly attends Mass and weaves religion into his public life. Biden spoke with black leaders at a church in Wilmington, Delaware, on Monday. Any decision on reopening churches was considered highly sensitive among Trump's advisers because of its political ramifications. Trump has enjoyed strong support among white Christian groups, even when his behavior seemed opposed to their ideals. But polls over the last few months, including a Pew Research Center survey, have shown a downturn among those groups on how he's handled the coronavirus outbreak. The Pew poll showed a slide in confidence among white Evangelicals, white Catholics and white non-evangelical Protestants -- though a majority in the three categories still gave Trump high marks for his coronavirus performance. Though he once pushed to reopen the nation in time for Easter Sunday services -- another move viewed as an appeal to religious voters -- Trump himself did not attend church the Sunday after he declared he would override governors who refused to open theirs. Instead, he was seen golfing at his club outside Washington.
  22. Comprehension never was your strong point was it.....??
  23. I know you are thick as a brick but suggest you try reading sometime.... https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2019/06/trump-racism-comments/588067/
  24. He’s dead in the water....attacking your own people....only one sick bastard there.