Why does TVNZ continue to parade Labour flunkies before us and pretend they aren’t. This one says we should be afraid.
Some government departments now have the ability to monitor New Zealanders’ online movements.
ONE News has revealed three ministries are trialling a system that’s catching public messages posted on social media.
Every tweet, Facebook post and video uploaded to YouTube could be of interest to government agencies.
“We should be very afraid. Now why are they doing this?” says Michael Bott, human rights lawyer.
Michael Bott is a failed Labour party candidate, and now he suggests we should be afraid that someone can hoover up publicly available tweets and Facebook messages.Â Read more »
I have watched with increasing incredulity as the left wing and Maori have rounded on the kid who posted a video of a drunk 9 year old on Youtube and attacked him and his integrity…blaming him for all sorts of crimes in their mind ignoring the fact that there was a 9 year Maori kid drunk in a skate park, clearly without any supervision or anyone remotely interested in his wellbeing.
Tau Henare had a rush of stupid:
â€” West Side Tory (@tauhenare) January 8, 2014
Then there was this woman:
â€” 2Tapu (@2TAPU) January 8, 2014
Then the left wing apologists like kitchen-ware blogger Russell Brown who was angry that someone was using social media to highlight an issue…which Cactus Kate pointed out he’d spent all day talking about himself. Russell Brown even went on a social media witch hunt against Bradley Goudie taking screenshots of his Facebook. Â Read more »
Cooking turkey is a fine art…and you should use the finest of utensils to cook them. Personally I can’t stand turkey, awful bloody birds.
But if you must cook a turkey then get it down with some class.Â
This is the moment a Christmas turkey was roasted on the world’s most expensive cooker – a ÂŁ300,000 Lamborghini.
Car blogger Tim Burton, from London, bought a fresh turkey and put the festive bird on the end of a pitchfork.
He then bravely stood behind the 700bhp Lamborghini Aventador and got the owner of the supercar to rev as hard as he could.Â Read more »
Perhaps Colin Craig knows what it is.
Experts were baffled after video footage emerged of a glowing â€śalien-like creatureâ€ť swimming in Bristol harbour.
Stunned eyewitnesses filmed a mystery luminescent, tentacled being, which was flashing a variety of colours, floating close to the top of the water
Videos of the strange marine object in the cityâ€™s historic docks were posted on Youtube and Twitter with many claiming to have seen an alien.
Marine biologists admit they are baffled, but claim the footage could be a marine salp which had drifted off course by the weather.
Dr Steve Simpson, from the School of Biological Sciences at Bristol University, said: “It’s very intriguing, I don’t really know what to make of it.
“There is a possibility that it is a special type of jellyfish or a marine salp. It’s very unusual and I haven’t really seen anything like it before though.
“What makes it even more unusual is that fact that it showed up in the middle of a really busy area.
“There are various marine animals that have biological illuminating abilities and they are able to make themselves flash.
“It is entirely possible that it is a marine creature which has been brought into the harbour because of the storms or maybe it was trying to shelter from the stormy seas.
“We are currently experiencing spring tides too which may have dragged whatever this is in from the sea.
“This is either a very interesting animal or someone’s very cool interpretation of a marine creature.
“It looks really cool – it’s incredible. I don’t know if it will make a return tonight but I’m sure if it does it will be met by an eager crowd.”
It is not known what the creature was and whether it was alive or not.
This is a bit geeky… I’ll throw something else up to balance it.