What kids get away with… that adults can’t

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Today’s Trivia

via wegotthiscovered.com

via wegotthiscovered.com

 

By the time he died, and was at his tallest, the second tallest man to have ever lived only weighed 79kg. (source)

 

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And now for something completely different: Combat juggling

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Not sure why Cam subjected himself to this voluntarily

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Daily roundup

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Duncan Garner investigating moon landings

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Reid 3 News poll care of Curia

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I’m sure this is all above board

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Media fall for Labour slight of hand

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This has Matt McCarten written all over it – it’s a brilliant move.

Labour has come out stating they have cut policies they haven’t even announced yet, so they are going to be able to deliver a better budget in light of the recent Prefu results.

The media have eaten it up like they were meant to:

The Labour Party has broken new ground in election campaigns by announcing cuts to spending that it had not announced. Leader David Cunliffe and finance spokesman David Parker called a press conference to say they had shaved $300 million from their plans after seeing the Treasury’s pre-election fiscal update last week. They said they had dropped six of seven commitments they had been planning to announce during the campaign, but they would not now say what they were. Read more »

Reheated Labour policy still not edible

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Oh deary me…

…so they had the time to work on the problems before relaunching it, and even after relaunching it, they didn’t actually know the detail to talk numbers.

Thanks to your media running interference for these clowns, they may end up in control of your taxes soon.