From the Maimai

Kev says:

That things are quiet here in the maimai so we have filled the thermos with latte and the Hilux with Auckland road subsidising diesel and we are heading north to help out Lord Mayor Len with a spot of taniwha hunting.

The only spirit we know about  is good HB chardonnay so we have enlisted the help of Pastor Brian to help with the hunt. After all he spirited $850k from Paula’s purse.

For decoys we will be using Col. Sanders silhouettes and a magic wand to shoot this whanau phantom from the past.

Hey Len do not give any credibility to this fictional BS and for heaven sake don’t spend any of our hard earned fuel subsidy dollars on making it go away.

Ignore the taniwha.  Fark yeah

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