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  • la la land

    What do we think of these claims by Ben Rachinger?

    • willtin

      Please enlighten?

      • la la land

        Did you see the Twitter screenshot? He is claiming he is responsible for the sudden resignation of the GCSB boss…

        • willtin

          The Screenshot appeared after my comment. But, I remain ignorant, what is he claiming he has/had to cause this?

          • la la land

            He made a video about mass surveillance in NZ and our connection to other networks a few days ago … It’s on u tube – he makes some claims on there about the extent of surveillance etc. I personally don’t care about this issue much but it’s an interesting video and I will check it out again now that he has made these claims

          • Sally

            He and Little are fast becoming best friends!

          • la la land

            They certainly are – Little is playing an interesting game there… He had better be very careful in my opinion

          • Watcher

            I hope he is not very careful thanks.

        • kids will be kids…when will you guys learn that Twitter is not real

          • Carl

            Does Rachel Smallbrain not want you on the huddle on ZB, she has had Jock Anderson on twice or is she keeping you for the end of the week.

          • Cadwallader

            Her small brain is too small to handle Cam, besides she may be otherwise occupied Hamas Hugging?

          • It seems there was some contretemps from Smalley that is now resolved, but the short answer is yes. I am supposed to be on tomorrow.

          • Carl

            I bet she tries to have some non controversial topics that you cant shoot her opinions down in flames.

          • Curly1952

            She should be climbing over rocks to have you on her show Cam. Imagine the audience you will bring with you.
            If she did throw her toys out of the cot it just goes to show that these “reporters” have agendas and are in it for themselves not us the general public.
            Wind her up Cam but don’t mention heifers & lardos!!

          • MaryLou

            Maybe not, but Little did say he had stuff to discuss with him.. Can’t be too important though, because I’m sure the Leader of the Opposition has strict rules on what sensitive information he can release, yes? So would be dumb to say so on Twitter…

          • la la land

            Yeah but it’s good entertainment!

    • The wildman

      Thats nothing, rachel smallminds first comment in the business hour of all things was kdc was tweeting he was going to “prove in court” shady dealings by the gcsb.i wonder whos going to back him up this time?mickey mouse and drunkey monkey?

      • willtin

        John Key?

      • Isherman

        Yeah but Krim.com said the same thing about the so called ‘moment of truth’ didn’t he. Maybe he’s hired a better email forger this time.

        • The wildman

          Yeah someone over 10 years old this time.

    • MaryLou

      He was twittering/tweeting Andrew Little a few days ago when he released his video, about having a meeting to discuss “something”:

      • la la land

        And again today – after a comment about the resignation. Little obliged.

        • MaryLou

          Huh. Weird. Popped up on my homepage feed the other day automatically, but not today. Technologically challenged me, in regards to social media

        • Isherman

          Little and Rachinger having secret squirrel meetings..oh I’m loving where this could go down the line. Little’s got the political nous of a rock.

          • Carl

            I bet he does not get asked to show all his text messages.

      • Reaper

        I just do not understand why these people apparently so concerned about privacy play their whole lives out on Twitter for the world to see.

    • Greg M

      I think he’s full of it. Ben, mate… your dreaming.

      • Isherman

        True, but if Little wants to get mired in this sort of carry on, it could pay dividends later on.

    • Carl

      Who is this guy and should I care what he says or is his tin foil hat on to tight?

      • Isherman

        Your classic emo hackivist wannabe. Wouldn’t wast too much valuable research time with him.

        • Carl

          Cheers have not and wont.

        • yossarian

          Until today I never heard of this guy. As far as I can tell from the net he’s some up himself 26 year old with more talk than experience, though I could be over estimating him. I wonder why anybody would give him or his opinions any attention?

          • Watcher

            RawShark?

          • Chris EM

            No thanks, prefer it deep fried in batter drizzled with lemon juice and too much salt.

      • la la land

        Someone alleged he was Rawshark in general debate this morning… Personally I don’t believe he is

        • LinkinHawk

          I am now absolutely positive he is ! even cam thinks the same thing, as do most of the msn and as a side note it would appear he is part of the group anonymous

          • MaryLou

            Yes, it seems he is working in this OpDeathEaters. Is your opinion on Rawshark based on his tweets of a few days ago, or is there something else?

          • la la land

            But why do you think this? How do you know? I thought it was one of his Twitter buddies? Tell us more…

          • LinkinHawk

            If you want to know more read every tweet and reply he has on his twitter page a heck of a lot of info on there, he admitted to being Rawshark sometime ago its all there on twitter (not that that means jack believe what you want),, he clearly has a major scense of magnificent importance because of some facts he knows but its also clear that he is drawing lines and connecting dots on other matters and has a tinfoil hat on a good proportion of the time. but I wouldn’t write him off as some uninformed nutbar

          • la la land

            No I certainly haven’t written him off – I thought that his reference to being Rawshark was a joke – he has also said a couple of times that he is not Rawshark… the plot thickens. I have been following his tweets for some time and he is an interesting guy – albeit up in arms about the surveillance issue. I have some sympathy for his ideas around pedophiles and wife beaters.

          • Gaynor

            I will watch him more closely …but if he starts to make himself more important than the security of our country ,,,he will end up in the traitor basket.

          • la la land

            Possibly he is already there

          • Sally

            Think he has watched the TV programme “Person of Interest” too many times.

      • ex-JAFA

        I think he used to be the Pope, but abdicated a couple of years ago.

  • willtin

    Good evening all. Sitting high up on a hill at a beautiful beach location; we are house/pet sitting so have the privilege of some awesome views from this comfortable house. What has got my goat today is listening to the radio and hearing of all the oldies who have been busted, for the first time in their lives, for driving ‘over’ the speed limit. The cops (and I count family amongst them) have seriously mismanaged this particular issue.

  • Ginny

    Quite a few of the police were not on Uber or no tolerance duty today, they were at the Porirua District Court while a man was charged with murder. The man stood defiantly in the dock, his family came in to support him. The police were on high alert. Have to respect them after seeing that. Not an easy job but an important one.

    • willtin

      How often do we hear of ‘the Family’ in court, to support someone who has done something despicable, and they call out “We Love You”.
      Possibly the first time the person has heard those words from those who speak them?

    • mommadog

      Speaking of Uber patrol, the head of the taxi federation was on ZB this afternoon and was trying to explain why that Uber are doing was illegal and why the traditional way of charging is the best. I don’t think it went well for him and after listening to the entire interview of around 10 minutes decided that its just sour grapes as they don’t like having new competition.

  • Graham Pilgrim

    Am I missing something here, or are a number of Kiwis engaged in hypocritical behaviour?
    Emirates is one of the two “flag carriers” of the United Arab Emirates. Currently, they fly no less than three Airbus A380s into Auckland daily, through Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, and a number of other flights into Christchurch. According to Wikipedia, the judicial system of the UAE is, in part, derived from Sharia Law, and appears to include all of the atrocities that go with it. And yet, we have countless New Zealanders saying, “Sod Air New Zealand and Qantas. I’ll fly Emirates. Much better!”
    And Emirates was a welcome supporter of Team New Zealand in the Americas Cup.
    Is it me?
    Correct me if I’m wrong, but I see some inconsistency here.

    • Cadwallader

      I don’t. Dealing with Emirates doesn’t define anyone as a supporter of the political/religious system at its home hub. If your thoughts were spread to other airlines there could be equal objections about flying a Chinese line.

      • yossarian

        I agree with you Cadwallader. It is news to me that Sharia law underpins parts of the UAE legal system, but In the time I lived in Dubai I never saw any sign of it. In fact Dubai is extremely liberal, by the standards of the rest of the region. If we were to criticise Emirates for the reasons Graham Piligrim suggests then there would be many other airlines we would not use. The real issues surely are how safe, economical, and reliable they are?

        • Graham Pilgrim

          So, the information on Wikipedia is incorrect?

          • mommadog

            Any info on Wikipedia is only as good as the person who typed it in. While its a handy quick reference there is a reason why students are told not to use it as a source.

          • yossarian

            That is a reasonable question. You are right, parts of UAE law do incorporate Sharia principles, but I do not know enough to say which parts and how they balance with the rest of UAE law. I didn’t check Wikipedia but I agree your question is fair enough. But the real point surely is that you nowhere on Emirates (or Etihad) do you see any suggestion of Sharia, Islamic, or any other issues that should cause us to be concerned?

      • Graham Pilgrim

        Some surprising responses here. Our opposition to Islam is selective then, is it? The comparison with China is interesting. Agreed, there are serious human rights issues, but I cannot recall the last occasion on which China or the Chinese carried out terrorist activities on foreign soil, beheaded anyone for daring to disagree with policy, prevented girls from receiving an education, stoned a woman for an inappropriate relationship, hanged someone for being gay. I don’t care how safe, economical, or reliable Emirates may be. The fact that the UAE is part of the Islamic world is reason enough for me to avoid them.

        • Cadwallader

          Opposing one business is not opposing a system. I oppose the Australian Tax system but fly QANTAS occasionally.

          • Graham Pilgrim

            Is a comparison of the Australian tax system with Islam, a valid one?

          • Cadwallader

            Depends on personal experience I suppose. The point I am trying to make is that your expansion of airline preferences into an endorsement of a “faith” doesn’t weigh heavily on my scales of reality.

          • Dave

            No, its not a valid comparison, have you ever tried negotiatiing with the ATO, no chance.

        • Isherman

          But following that logic, so is a chunk of the worlds oil, dates, Persian rugs, Kebabs, Al Jazeera news and I could go on. I mean, where do you draw the line on avoiding anything and everything that happens to come out of the ‘Islamic’ world, and does that include anything from the worlds most populous Muslim country which is Indonesia?

    • Isherman

      Dont see it as an issue, its a purely commercial (international ) operation, there is no observance of sharia law on any Emirates flight, or required dress code etc. Same with Etihad, they are just businesses with no particular religious association whatsoever.

  • Whafe

    The new regional Koru lounge at Auckland airport is pretty snazzy. Very good work Air NZ

  • Richard

    1970, Oregon.

    BlubberGeddon, the prequel.

    BG’s I salute you.

  • cows4me

    Did anyone see the item about a NZ university that is developing a quantum computer?. They claim they can load information into a crystal and this will be unhackable. This will get the NSA into a lather. I’m picking they’ll be offered billions for the patent or the lab will mysteriously burn to the ground..

    • BloodyOrphan

      Unhackable … LOL

      • cows4me

        That’s their words not mine BloodyOrphan.

        • BloodyOrphan

          Fair enough, still a complete joke, how are they gonna access this amazing new storage ???

          It’s in a University, so I’m absolutely sure it will be connected to the Internet via a Unix host.

          • cows4me

            I don’t know, I’m no rocket scientist.

          • BloodyOrphan

            The problem is always how they access the data, not how they store it, if it has any kind of human readable interface, which by definition it must have, then it’s hackable end of story.

            Quantum computing has a lot of hype around it, but the truth is it’s just smaller, quicker processing of the same data, and the scientist’s that try to sell the concept of “Quantum Probability” allowing all the correct answers to be possible never explain that all the incorrect ones are also available, and statistically the incorrect answers far outway the correct answer. Therefore a processor using this concept would be very very slow by a very large margin.

          • cows4me

            I think they have that beat, you’ll have to watch the item. No use me trying to explain it. It’s like reading the works of Plato to the cows, pointless.

          • BloodyOrphan

            I’ll definitely check it out.

          • cows4me

            So what have you deduced?

          • BloodyOrphan

            Interesting, in the crystal form, I’d have to agree with them, would only be valid in the original machine that created the crystal, but the machine that accesses the data will be vulnerable, as always.

          • mmm in that basis we must be close the the Probability Drive in which you can be all places in the universe at once …. he says turning into a bowl of petunias

          • BloodyOrphan

            Neat trick as long as the Universe doesn’t notice 8-)

        • Isherman

          As hackers / hacktivists seem to be getting younger all the time, I wonder if you could just go back to the old invisible ink, of writing in lemon juice and see if they can figure it out. They may have never heard of it and might stump them for ages. Could be good for a laugh at least to hand them a blank bit of paper and ask them to figure it out.

    • willtin

      Is the crystal skull shaped?

      • cows4me

        How did you guess?

    • armotur

      Fascinating! do you have any links?

      • cows4me

        Tonights TV One news. It will be on demand later I guess.

    • MaryLou

      There’s one in Canada, isn’t there? Read something about having to keep them in Super cooled environments as well.

      • Isherman

        ‘Super cooled enviroments’…ummmm…Helen’s Bedroom?

        • cows4me

          More like poor Peter’s

          • The wildman

            Yes im sure they would be seperate.

          • cows4me

            He’s probably bunking in the chiller.

          • The wildman

            Leave her privates out of this….sarc/

          • cows4me

            Cruel, so very cruel :-)

      • cows4me

        ne?

    • Cadwallader

      There’s a lot of attempts to develop a Quantum computer happening at present. There is doubt whether it can actually be achieved other than “on paper.” My understanding is that it is not solely the security aspects which are advantageous but the pace of computing will be beyond phenomenal. If it is possible to build one it still won’t equate to genuine artificial intelligence as far as being self motivated it’ll just be very smart with what it is fed.

      • cows4me

        You would have to feel sorry for the poor machine. The IPCC would probably hijack it and feed it full of crap about climate disruption. God help if it comes out with the wrong answer. The scarp metal man would be around with his truck in the morning.

        • Cadwallader

          Can you imagine the sort of rubbish the Greenies would pump into it? Doc Norman:”Is my co-leader the most beautiful of all?” Spit! Gag! Choke! As the machine caves in on itself.

  • pisces8284 .

    Grandad fished with the three grandkids off Pilot Bay Wharf today, didn’t catch anything but had a great lesson in patience

    • Cowgirl

      Who says spending quality time with the kids has to be expensive? People with no imagination, that’s who :)

  • LisaGinNZ

    Couple links for your readers about Islam. Crowder “Actually, the future should belong to those who ‘slander’ Muhammad (louderwithcrowder.com/actually-future-belong-slander-muhammad/) and “Boys of the Taliban” (truthrevolt.org/commentary/boys-taliban). The barbaric ideology called Islam needs to be shamed, shunned and banned in all ‘western’ thinking countries. Toss “multi culturalism” out the window – NOT all cultures are equal. Some are WAY better than others namely: civilized society over barbarianism. The more I read about it, the more appeasers for it make me ill.

  • This is a mock up. Ordering will open soon. More info will follow.
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    • dgrogan

      Looks good. Is it adjustable at the back, Pete?

      • Oh yes. If you want to be sure before ordering, wait until I get a sample to photograph.

        • Cadwallader

          I’m going to wear mine back-to-front like a boy-racer and pretend to be Gareth Hughes.

          • Dave

            Ask if yours can have a logo on the back so its still visible when people look you in the eyes!

          • Cadwallader

            Nobody looks Gareth Hughes in the eyes.

        • Gaynor

          I would imagine that us of the right would need a size suitable for the larger brain sizes. ;)

    • MaryLou

      Good lookin’ hat!

    • Richard

      I can see that white brim getting quite grubby from all the hat tipping I will be doing to passing gobsmacked faces.

    • Saggy

      I’m going to be getting me one of these.

    • The wildman

      Likey likey good style.

    • kayaker

      Given that it’s summer, could you do vineyard hats? I’ll find a pic.

      • Anything in here you like?

        • jude

          I would go for the fedora style 4287:)

          • I need a minimum order of 25 to make it work.

          • jude

            ok. Is it possible to have a post that stays up like your donate button or something so that we can see running totals for orders.
            It is a fundraiser so there should be a reasonable markup. The purchaser should pay for postage separately, i.e. cost the hat and then depending where they are in the world ,add cost of postage.
            I think this could be quite a seller for the blog:)

          • Isherman

            Would these be getting done through Hill’s?, If so I would imagine the solid black band wouldn’t be too much of an issue.

          • Greg M

            Yep, a fedora works for me too. Hopefully they make big sizes to fit my fat head, my Navy cap was a 7 1/4 :- [

          • Isherman

            Or metric size 58, if they are ordered metric.

          • Greg M

            It’s worse than that, my flying helmet is (ahem) 61…

          • Isherman

            right, is the navy cap in US or English?, if its English then that becomes a 59 by my conversion chart.

          • Greg M

            59 with a well ironed leather band so it sits a bit lower…

          • ex-JAFA

            How about the egg whisk and wet celery?

        • grumpy

          3270 thanks.

        • kayaker

          Thanks Pete. I reckon the last one (Fedora) with the Madrid as second choice (second line on the right).

    • kayaker

      Set at a jaunty angle and with the WOBH branding, this could be a winner.

      • jude

        I would be in for one of these with maybe a Whaleoil logo around the band?

        • I.M Bach

          Dare I suggest this? (Snigger…)

    • Mark

      I’d prefer it black,the white will be dirty in no time at all.

      • Don’t buy it then.

    • Isherman

      Caps in summer, Beanies for a winter issue perhaps.

      • It’s a certainty we’ll do a beanie running up to winter.

        • Isherman

          And as we fisho’s so often say…and now we wait.

    • LinkinHawk

      Perfect hat to take to the cricket world cup ,black and white ,support the BlackCaps and whaleoil at the same time.

      • Isherman

        Can you imagine if we actually won the damned thing, the four words that make up WOBH (non accented) would probably be the single most used phrase in the Cricket watching world on the day.

  • Sally

    TV1 news had a lightweight piece on hacking and steps to take to avoid it ie regular change passwords etc. They mentioned several case of hacking cases that have happened lately. However they avoided the elephant in the room. No mention at all about our own political hack that happened here in NZ.

  • Korau

    More good news for New Zealand, bad news for the downers.

    Net speeds up in NZ, slows in Oz
    New Zealand has climbed four places in a global ranking of internet speeds, with average connections nearly 40 per cent faster than last year.

    http://home.nzcity.co.nz/news/article.aspx?id=200222

    I’m on cable, have had great speed for years. Slowest sites to load are whaleoil and google, unfortunately

    • Dave

      Yes, we are not well served here in Aussie, I wondered why the internet seemed slow today, we normally get closer to 100 Mbps download, and 40 Mbps upload, must ring Telstra to find out what the issue is today.

      No issues at all loading WO here, nor Google.

    • Huia

      Broadband used to be good for us but its unavailable for most of the time, very frustrating as we cant even forward photos to family.

  • Sally

    And more good news today the Central Bank of the Year award went to the Reserve Bank of NZ. This is award by the London based Central Banking Publications.
    Last year it was awarded to the People’s Bank of China.

    http://www.rbnz.govt.nz/news/2015/5988858.html

  • Nige.

    My view. My daughter at ngakuta bay queen Charlotte drive. Constantly just giving the peace sign.

    • Damn you. Now I’m home sick again.

    • Have they done any busking Nige?

      • Nige.

        Nah. Too shy. Working on songs though for when they make a comeback.

  • Curly1952

    I see the Herald website has a photo of the fat german over the resignation of the GCSB chief Fletcher. They also quote Angry Andrew. Amazing how the Herald climbs all over this and lets one crook and a half baked leftie have all the say.
    One, Fletcher wasn’t in charge when the raid happened and two he cited family reasons for his resignation. Do Angry and Fatso even give it a little thought to the fact that the true reason for resigning IS because of Family reasons?

    • Wasapilot

      Never let the facts get in the way of a good story. A fine example of this.

    • la la land

      KDC = blatant opportunist. Why on earth would they ask a convicted criminal like KDC to comment on the resignation of a senior public servant. Sigh.

      • Sally

        Think they just hacked his comment from his twitter account. No interview necessary.

    • kayaker

      It was a slow news day and all the Herald could do is contact the people who they knew would be available. In other words, KDC and A.little don’t have much of a life. Just sit around waiting for the phone to ring. This is not the wine speaking.

    • Lux

      They missed the real story as per usual, the real ship that is sinking is the herald quality and reader numbers !!!!!!!!!

      • caochladh

        Yes, and the more they give credence and value to probably the most hated bozo in the country, the farther their revenue streams will fall.

    • edee

      So KDC is claiming he will expose their (GCSB) illegal activities in court this year. Why do I feel another ‘moment of truth’ coming up.

    • Bryan

      and when are the media going to get it right It was fletcher’s brother he was friend with not Ian yep they were at the same school but not in the same classes, and it was not the GCSB that got it wrong it was the police who gave them the wrong instruction, and them that flagged it and questioned it back to the police so doing their job, and in hind sight it was a good job they did what they did, and the supreme court has already ruled no further case to answer KDC start packing

  • sandalwood789

    This is from a book about Winston Churchill called “The Wilderness Years”.

    Quote – “Angered that his warnings, as well as his suggestions in 1933 and 1934, had been dismissed as alarmist and ignored until too late, Churchill told the House of Commons: “Want of
    foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and
    effective, lack of clear thinking, confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring
    gong, these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history.”

    The same thing is happening today with people warning about Islam.

    • Gaynor

      Oh my gosh ,that quote sends shivers up my spine…..

  • MaryLou

    You have to wonder at humanity sometimes… real issues around the world desperately needing addressing, and a London college has started offering courses in…

    Selfies.

    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=11385815

  • Isherman

    Apologies to Beatles purists, prefer this version myself.

    • Cowgirl

      No need to apologise, that’s a Wings song :)

      • Isherman

        Heh, keep forgetting the ‘other’ McCartney outfit, my bad.

  • D.Dave

    The Horrid has done it again……. It’s back to the future. A story released at 5.30 am tomorrow, at 10.30 tonight.

  • I.M Bach

    Just a hint of paranoia or simply tight security?

    I had an appointment today with the US Consulate in Perth. I have to get a special visa to visit the USA (Alaska specifically) thanks to being a tad silly in my youth. Would you believe it? A 1977 pot conviction still matters to them! Getting into the interview was a mission in itself; reception was eight floors down from the consul’s office, I was put through a metal detector, passport and other ID checked, details checked against the booking schedule, all my belongings were x-rayed (ala airport security) and everything but my belt was retained until after the interview, including my driver’s license, sunnies and phone.

    Then I was escorted up the eight floors in the elevator to another very tight-security office, passport checked again, details again checked against the booking schedule, then into the next office (via really thick doors with remote locks etc), cameras everywhere, each window had bank-teller like arrangements for passing documents under the really thick (probably bullet-proof) glass, details and passport checked again, everything photocopied, then I was finger-printed (yes) before the $200 interview that took about five minutes. Five hours of my day gone and while the positive recommendation has been lodged it’s now down to Homeland Security to give the final nod, which could take five months!

    By comparison; getting clearance to enter Canada was done online and took but a few days.

    • Blackcap

      A friend of mine had the same experience in Auckland for pretty much the same reason (pot in youth). Interesting that he is not the only one.

      • I.M Bach

        I know a guy who now lives in Argie who had a business set up in Toronto, Canada. He went back and forth for years with an undeclared pot conviction from the same decade as mine. Then one day he was casually strolling through customs and was shoulder-tapped. “Ah, Mr (X) we’ve been wanting to talk to you…..see you later, don’t come back, ever”. Had to wind up his business by remote control.

    • Isherman

      It is what it is I suppose, but if all they are looking at is a 37 year old conviction for pot, in the 70’s for gods sake, then it would be fair to suggest its a wee bit OTT. Especially given the several states that are taking a new approach to pot laws these days.

      • I.M Bach

        That’s kinda what I was thinking. I was 20 for crying out loud! It’s not like I was dealing the stuff to schoolkids last week. Oh, and I forgot to mention that the fingerprinting was undertaken twice. First when I made it to the consuls office and again just prior to the interview. It’s not like I’d left the room! However; like you say, it is what it is and through hoops I must jump.

    • ex-JAFA

      An ex-colleague of mine (late of the big quake) had a similar youthful indiscretion, which he neglected to mention when entering Hawaii to attend a conference. During one of the conference sessions, the police entered the auditorium, sought him out, and took him straight to the airport for a kick out flight home.

      • I.M Bach

        That’s a bit over the top if you ask me, it must have been hugely embarrassing.

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