Your inherited minion Tim Barnett has completely ignored my application with supporting evidence to be a member of the Labour Party. Even after a follow-up email I have received no response from Mr Barnett since my correspondence was reported on New Zealand’s leading blog.
I can accept the silence from a man on his way out after he backed a failed candidate for Leader. What I cannot accept is your silence based on requirements that I seem to have to meet to become a Labour Party member that others have clearly not.
Under Rule 6 of the New Zealand Labour Party’s Constitution, a member must “subscribe to the Constitution and policy of the Party”. From your well publicised positions, I have reason to believe that this is not the case. Read more »
Fresh from her twerking episode Miley Cyrus has got her kit off for her new song video called “Wrecking Ball”, directed by Terry Richardson.
She’s no stranger to controversy but Miley Cyrus has gone a step further in the video for the second offering from her album Bangerz…. by getting completely naked.
The 20-year-old strips off to ride a Wrecking Ball to accompany the single of the same name, and has created a short film that’s more provocative than even her last boisterous hit, We Can’t Stop.
This isn’t surprising when you take into account that the video was directed by controversial photographer Terry Richardson – the man known for shooting Kate Upton’s curves and who counts Lindsay Lohan as a key muse. Read more »
November 18 – Russian President Boris Yeltsin releases the flight data recorder (FDR) and cockpit voice recorder (CVR) of KAL 007, shot down by the Soviets in 1983. In 1983 I was in Beaulieu-sur-Mer, France when the news of this hit.
November 23 – Miley Cyrus, American actress and singer was born