Repair, re-thinking

Clare Curran has a blog post “A nation of makers #4” and implores people to send her photos and details of things that need “repair, rethinking”.

I think I’ve found something in desperate need of “repair, re-thinking”.


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  • thor42

    Send her photos of the NZEI and PPTA buildings.
    Nah….. they don’t need repair. They need scrapping.

  • middleagedwhiteguy

    “Politician, repair thyself”

  • Robert

    Nah, that blog doesn’t need fixing, it need sending to the knackers yard along with its author.

  • Chris

    Some things are beyond repair. While recycling can be the right thing to do, sometimes you just have to bite the bullet and take it to the tip. I’m afraid, Clare, your and your party’s time has come. Please don’t say we didn’t give you a chance, because we gave you every chance. You are all goneburgers, and the sooner we see the back of you the better.

  • I love that post’s title:

    bill english funds bryce edwards

    A sterling example of good grammar from the former Minister of Education. Trevor Mallard makes the strongest possible case for National Standards in litercay!

  • abjv

    Clare wants photos of something broken. Does someone have a good photo of the Labour front bench they could send her?