Saturday General Debate

bain and carram

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This blog has been providing you the hard hitting news when it comes to Bain and Karam, and today is no different.  We can finally reveal the true nature of their relationship.  As you can see, their relationship has become one with a special bond, and even though Karam continues to be a strong advocate for his boyfriend client, we can really dispose of any notion that Karam can objectively represent any ‘evidence’.

As we head into two weeks of school holidays Parliamentary Recess, things should calm down a bit.  Especially for David Shearer.  Or will it?  As the calm settles in around him, will the silence drive him nuts?  Why isn’t anyone talking to him?  Join us in two weeks, for the next episode of Survivor Labour. Can’t really really use Outwit for them as they seem bereft of any semblence of wit and have a surplus of f*ckwits and halfwits.

Any predictions on Roy Morgan? Will it match labour’s internal polling and will labour start the recess with a two in the front of their polling numbers?

Did anyone else see this from Wendyl Nissen…we have always known she was a dirty, smelly hippy…now we know, unfortunately, that she is a dirty, smelly, hairy hippy.  

Supportive wives may wish to go Brazilian in order to please their husbands, but not this supportive wife.

I was once presented with a voucher for a Brazilian from a friend which I showed to my husband.

“If you ever want to have sex again, you’ll throw that in the bin,” he said.

I’ve never been happier to obey.

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I wonder though is she hasn’t got this sudden rush to discuss her out of control minge by reading this post and this post and this post from Andrew Sullivan.

I wonder too whether she will look into vaginal bleaching next as she seems to get her ideas from other sites she may as well get it from here.

 


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  • Pissedoffyouth

    I pass 3 schools on the way to work 5km from my house

    School holidays I get to work in around 7 minutes, normal time around 25-30. Really pisses me off when the dickhead parents park up, chuck the old “free parking” hazards on and block up the entire road again and again, very dangerous and extremely infuriating.

    Or the parents who drive down the footpath to cut into the traffic, instead of waiting like everyone else

    • David

      Agree. I love school holidays for the same reason. The driving standards from many parents dropping and collecting their children from school is diabolical. The most dangerous practice is stupid parents who get their children out of the car on the drivers’ side, stepping into the middle of the road and on coming traffic. Surely, anyone with a modicum of intelligence can see how dangerous this is. I wish police would crack down on these idiots.

      • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

        I recommend “Parking Tax” to avoid this problem…..

        • johcar

          A “Stupid Tax” would be more on the nose. Think of the possible applications!!

          • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

            That is so good :-) will connect well with Labourers and toxic Greens….

    • unitedtribes

      Try starting work at a decent time

      • Pissedoffyouth

        Sorry, you’re right. I’ll chuck in my career and go do a real mans job doing hard manual labour, getting up at 5am because starting at 8.30am isn’t decent enough.

        Should I also drink 18 double browns then drive home and beat the missus too? God knows that’s what a real man does

        • unitedtribes

          Didnt mean to upset you old chap. Theres a lot of career people who choose to start work earlier and get off earlier. Mind you theres nothing wrong with manual labour and few Lion reds. Wouldn’t recommend knocking the missus around though. You could even get to vote Labour and read Red Alert

          • Pissedoffyouth

            I’m training up the new guy at the moment and once he’s up to speed I’ll start earlier – I used to leave for work around 5 when I lived in the wops.

            Nothing wrong with manual labour I did my fair share when I was at school doing farmwork and cutting and dragging Christmas trees, kind of miss it actually because you don’t have to talk shit to corporate types.

          • unitedtribes

            Good one and here was I thinking you may have been a secret school teacher

          • AnonWgtn

            Red Alert has died apparently – God Save The Queen

        • pukakidon

          I will let you in on a secret…. White collared men beat the shit out of their woman as well, they are just better at hiding it and have lawyers that can hide their names.

          • They can even maintain political careers in major political parties, both inside parliament and outside.

          • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

            Oh no….I know you will write this Whale…..

          • Pissedoffyouth

            I wasn’t implying that manual labourers beat wives, I was implying going back to the “real man days”

    • I reckon there should be a 1km circle of no parking around every school, to make the little fuckers walk.

      • David

        Tut, tut, Whale! Let’s get serious. Walk? We can’t have that. NZ is a dangerous place. Walking to school is OK in places like Kenya, where children often walk or run 20-30km to get to school. There they only have the likes of wild lions, trigger-happy elephant poachers and jihadists and rabid baboons to contend with. Here it is much more dangerous. Child molesters, drug dealers, kidnappers, old men in dirty long overcoats and gang recruitment agents lurk behind every lamppost and agapanthus clump on the way to school.

      • johcar

        Most of the fat little fuckers could do with the exercise!

      • Dave

        Totally agreeI walked just over 1.5 miles (2.25 KM for the young ones) to school and back, never hurt me. My kids walked approx 500 metres to and from school most days, then when at high school they still walked. Never hurt me or them. Most schools here have a heavily “policed” drop off zone, 30 second drop off only, driver is not allowed to get out of the car, or turn the engine off. Local school has a $150 fine for abusing the rules.

    • Mediaan

      Dangerous places for kids, schools at arrival time. In the “old days” there weren’t 200 cars milling round the school entrance.

      They should all have an in-grounds drive-thru (like McDonalds) built in, with controllers seeing that maximum stop times are observed. Get the kids OFF the road before anyone stops anywhere.

  • dyannt

    Seeing that picture of Karam and Bain reminds me; I don’t think I have ever seen David Bain interviewed. How is he protected from the Press?

    • williamabong

      Cute isn’t it, David wants to show Joe some of the things he learned in prison, just as a payback for his help in blagging an innocent man as a murderer.

    • Agent BallSack

      He wants money to be interviewed. Press are happy to put out the free bullshit Karam provides but dont want to pay a murderer 100k. They all know he did it, but the free copy is too juicy to pass up.

    • Pissedoffyouth

      Why doesn’t Campbell live follow him around the neighbourhood asking questions like what they did with Winston?

  • cows4me

    So will George Zimmerman be convicted, will he walk ?. Will the US come apart at the seams if he walks? I think they will charge him with manslaughter just to keep the wildlife in their cages.

  • Polish Pride

    We need politicians with balls like her
    Calls it like it is and labels Obama a hypocrite and a war criminal.
    Some of the questions she has asked need to be asked of our politicians.

    • BR

      Obama, the Syrian government, and the Islamist rebels.

      A pox on all their houses.

      Bill.

  • LabTested

    Poor Wendy Nissen. She admits

    “I know men quite well and the extremely complicated rules of engagement leading up to having sex for men are: 1) Arousal. 2) Have sex. Any man who is dilly-dallying around down there ………………. doesn’t really want to have sex.”

    None of all the men she knew could be bothered to go down on her. Personally I’m a dedicated diver, but don’t like chewing through the undergrowth.

    • cows4me

      Wendy should invested in a weed wacker.

    • Pissedoffyouth

      Could you blame them?

      But seriously, Nothing better then making a girl scream in delight

      • Hazards001

        Sure there is. Cold beer in the fridge and KFC on the table with the Rugby about to start.

        • Hazards001

          Q. Why do woman close their eyes during sex?
          A. They hate to see a man enjoying himself!

          • Bunswalla

            Why do women like orgasms so much?

            Gives them something else to moan about!

    • williamabong

      Brings to mind the old story about the hooker who unveils the freshly shaven goods to a client, and he says “what no wool” to which comes answer, “did you come here to knit or fuck”.

    • motorizer

      Pubic hair is like parsley. …. push it to the side and keep eating.

  • Euan Ross-Taylor

    I saw a post from David Bain last night on one of the threads here but couldn’t find it about 30 minutes later? Was it moderated out or did David remove it himself?
    If it was you David B, why wont you do personal interviews if you have nothing to hide?

    • williamabong

      Absolutely, if Bain is innocent, standing up to tell the world the truth should be something that comes naturally, or you could dodge the issues, ignore the facts, paint an innocent man as a murderer, refuse to front up, and hide behind a gold digger with more front than Dolly Parton.
      Come on David we all know you did it and have lived a lie since the day you framed Robin, answer at least some of the facts as presented, until you do compensation should be off the agenda, completely.

    • It wasn;t from Bain, it was one of his looney supporters who also posted comments pretending to be Judith Collins, Iain Binnie and Joe Karam. He is now banned and blocked for his efforts.

      • Euan Ross-Taylor

        Thanks for reply. I’ve never tried removing a whole comment, is it possible?

        • Euan Ross-Taylor

          seems not.

      • williamabong

        A suggestion would be to tag these posts with something to identity them as BS, at let them stand, I find it confusing when a post is removed but the replies remain, especially if you have been away from the debate for a couple of hours,heaven forbid.
        That would allow the wack jobs their five minutes in the sun, and we get the opportunity to rip them another arsehole

        • They had to be deleted because they were highly defamatory.

          • opusx

            Used to be you could say what you wanted on a personal blog. I just love that new legislation comes on board when ‘sensitive sorts’ get upset about what others say about them. Used to be you could meet up for a good old fashioned fisticuffs. Now we just hide behind words. The age of men is over.

          • BR

            The decline of usenet should be lamented.

            Nobody owned all or part of usenet, therefore nobody was ultimately responsible for what was posted there. In an unmoderated newsgroup, freedom of speech reigned supreme. It was not possible to easily censor or delete posts as every ISP had a mirrored usenet server. The vitriol and invective went in every direction, essentially rendering any defamation ineffective anyway. Allegations and threats of defamation were rampant but defamation lawsuits resulting from usenet posts were rare (I only ever heard of two). Some may remember Scientology and their litigious attempts to shut down a newsgroup which was critical of them. They failed. The newsgroup A.R.S persists to this day.

            Bill.

  • Agent BallSack

    Good to see Robin Bains brother standing up and defending his name. Karam has had 10 years of defaming Robin, a dead man who has had no one to protect his name. Even better to see the MSM printing the denials.

    • pukakidon

      Ball Sack,

      You are absolutely right, I find it disgusting that these cowards can try and direct the blame to Robin Bain. Shame on them.

      I understand and accept that we have had a corrupt and tainted jury that derived a decision of not guilty in the second trial. That shows a complete failure of the jury and justice system in this country. Especially by the fact that one of the main protagonists was a criminal and hid the fact because she was a Bain groupie and had made her mind up before hearing the evidence. However that is the system we have been lumbered with and we must either get rid of it or accept it.

      However it was impossible for Robin Bain to have been the killer. So the likes of the Scum at TV3 trying to put the blame on him is just weak and pathetic journalism. Why are they not hammering on David Bains door asking for explanations that counter all the evidence. Instead of hammering away at the character of an innocent murder victim.

    • AnonWgtn

      Robin Bain’s brother is protecting the inheritance that is rightfully David’s which he and the rest of the family stole, and have not given it back yet I understand.
      Am still awaiting legal action to be resolved.
      In law as David found “not Guilty” whichever way you may wish to interpret that is that it rightful belongs to David in law.
      In fact the brother virtually never knew his brother Robin and his family for many years – he and the rest of the family had nothing to do with the disparate Robin Bain family.

      • opusx

        David won’t need any inheritance remember, he’s gonna get millions in compensation. And besides, if my son decided to kill me, I’m pretty sure it would over my brothers dead body that any of my estate would go to ‘my killer’. And I’m pickin Mr or Mrs AnonWgtn, Robin knew his brother a hell of a lot better than you did..moron!

      • Bunswalla

        You seem to conveniently forget that in fact David Bain was found GUILTY of murdering his entire family, plus he had an appeal, plus his first attempt at a Privy Council hearing failed, plus his request for a pardon failed – all over 10 – 12 years.

        Exactly how long should you wait for a mass-murderer to find a patsy like Karam with some resources and tenacity, enough dodgy “experts” to say black is white and 12 fuckwits to ultimately let you off?

        • Rodger T

          Joe is a text book case of cognitive dissonance by being able to hold two contrary views and hold them to be equally valid ie,RB wore gloves whilst killing his family and committing suicide and also was not wearing gloves while loading the magazine and has also claimed that the marks on his hands were cuts received while fighting with Stephen.

          We can also throw in that,he has a healthy dose of confirmation bias to go with that diagnosis.

      • natman

        what is there to inherit ?
        the family ok’d burning down the house, leaving a section worth about 80k, do you still have the ‘free david bain “t-shirt ? ya fkn loon

  • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

    Since the only poll that is going to show Sheep’s popularity is Rouge Morgan, here is my prediction fellows:

    National Party 44.5% (Down 2.5%) Maori Party 1.0% (down 0.5%), ACT NZ 0% (No change)) and United Future 0% (Down 0.5%).

    Support for Labour is 34.5% (Up 3.0%); Greens are 13.5% (up 0.5%), New Zealand First 5.0% (Up 1.5%), Mana Party 0.5% (No change), Conservative Party of NZ 1% (Down 1%) and Others 1% (No change).

    If an election were held today, the opposition parties Labour-Green-NZ First-Mana will win the 2014 election comfortably and David Shearer will be the Prime Minister as expected.

    • pukakidon

      When I read that I thought it was April fools day….. Good one SCS.

      • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

        Everybody plays the fool, no exception to the rule….wait for the Rouge Morgan poll to send shivers down the spine of National supporters pukakidon…get ready to be shocked….

    • Dave

      Which of the six factions of the Liebour party has 34.5% support SCS, or did you mean 3.45%, which is more likely the way they are self destructing.

      • Sir Cullen’s Sidekick

        No Dave it will be 34.5 or closer to that. Rouge Morgan simply increases or decreases Labour by 2% to 4% every alternate poll.

  • jedmo

    Saw Colin Craig on Backbencers, thought he presented well, Peter Dunne style ” Mr Sensible”.

  • nudgy

    Whale Witchy Wendyl (“All at sea over getting a Brazilian”) has bowled you an underarmer. As she ponders where all the pubic hair goes she states ” Ships captains around the globe would issue a “pubic Island” warning and WHALES would rub up against the island and receive a hairy coating which would baffle marine biologists when they later strand on shore…yuk she’s a weird one that one

  • blokeintakapuna

    I wonder how many Labia Party MP’s are having BBQ’s tonight “with a few colleagues”?

  • Mr_V4

    Correction: The photo appears to be of Joe leading his cash cow to market for it’s weekly milking, rather than any particular emotional relationship.

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