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  • Dave

    The law makers here have gone mad here, lane filtering by motorbikes is now legal (from yesterday), …….. However, it stops short of saying its legal for road maggots in their Lycra force field. Doesn’t it get up your nose when we vehicle drivers have to allow 1.5 metres clearance at all times to those on bikes or cyclists, yet they get to leave, 1 mm…….

    • mommadog

      They have made legal one of the benefits of motorbike riding – getting ahead of cars stuck in long lines of traffic. Not that I have/ride a motor bike but bikers do this all the time anyway (at least where I live) so if its legal with clear rules and penalties everyone knows where they stand. What really gets up my nose even more than the have to give space issue is the fact that our Lycra clad friends don’t pay any road user charges in NZ yet expect clear access to and on the road – as if they owned it themselves. Everyone else is supposed to get out the way.

      I think we should allow cyclists to use 1/2 the footpath around our suburbs (particularly kids going to school) and if they want to cycle on the roads then they pay a fee for registration and get a little number plate for the bicycle. If they do something wrong they have a licence plate number and can be reported. Currently motorists are paying for them.

    • willtin

      As a rider who will rarely ‘filter’ lanes, you need to be on two wheels to realise how many tin-can drivers (and passengers) are generally unaware of what is happening AROUND them. It isn’t very exciting to have someone decide their car door needs an extra slam, while travelling on the motorway. Lane filtering will usually only be done when traffic is at crawling pace and that’s why the rider is not a driver. It’s no fun sitting on a bike in pouring rain on a motorway when one has a clearway between lanes in front.

      • Mark

        I’m the same very rarely “Filter”,the advt covers it well,Darwin will take care of most problems.
        The vast majority of car drivers will only know you are there as you pass them anyway.

    • EveryWhichWayButLeft

      I remember back in the day [the 90s], running the gauntlet at the Nelson Street on-ramp to avoid the one or two traffic cops waiting around the corner for all the motorcyclists lane filtering… There was always the unlucky one that got stopped (never me though) while the rest carried on by.

      There’s some insane adrenalin rush to you get riding a mere 50-70kph in a gap only a metre or so wide, while the traffic either side is only doing 10-20kph. Oh, for the bad old days and my misspent yoof :D

      You learn very quickly to watch the back of drivers heads for their intention, not their indicators. When they look in their rear-view or side mirror it’s time to jam on the picks. I’ve seen motorcyclists collected by drivers opening doors on more than one occasion (usually a women retrieving her dress that’s stuck in the door, but not always) and it’s generally not pretty. Fortunately it never happened to me.

      I miss my bike terribly some times :(

    • Effluent

      Where did you see this? I can’t find anything about it on the net?

  • Wendy

    A good start to the week…Peter Greste (Al Jazeera journalist) has been freed after 13 months in jail in Egypt.

    Now for the other two.

    • Adios Africa

      It was not a good start to the week Kenji Goto, and the many other nameless victims of Jihadis and the Muslim Brotherhood who Al Jazeera dhimmi reporters like Peter Greste are paid to praise.

      • Wendy

        I tend to be pretty undiscriminating in my condemnation of the ill treatment of people.

        Two wrongs don’t make a right, and all that.

  • Carl

    Should the two people who got filmed having a good time in the Christchurch office on Friday lose there jobs? I say no, Len didn’t.

    • ShortBackwardSquare

      They are taking it pretty seriously, flying management down from Auckland. Sackable offence? No, I don’t think so but a rark up about location might not go astray!

      • Carl

        They should get a pay rise still being in the office at midnight on a Friday, that’s dedication.

      • cows4me

        Flying management down from Auckland,what, are they going to give lessons?

        • ShortBackwardSquare

          I think it became an HR issue very quickly! Looks like they’ll be job searching soon, I would guess.

          • cows4me

            What’s the world coming to, a bit of harmless sex and they have to fly someone from Auckland to sort it. Can’t they deal with this in CHCH?

          • Don W

            And who will be paying for the flight and the expenses.?

          • cows4me

            What’s the bet the big boss and his secretary will have to fly down for the weekend to do some sorting.

          • Don W

            “Sorting” Is that what they call it now days.;)

          • kayaker

            Management from Auckland.

          • Sooty

            They need the experience of Len Brown

          • OneTrack

            Auckland doesn’t need the experience of Len Brown.

        • Don W

          Maybe management want to learn some new techniques.

        • edee

          Management flying down for Auckland … talk about making a mountain over a hump.

          • Don W

            “Humping” .

        • caochladh

          in that case, it should be….Management going down for Auckland.

          • Don W

            There is nothing wrong with going down , if you get my drift.;)

        • Isherman

          The expense claim form will have “corporate affairs” in the purpose for travel line.

        • kayaker

          I bet management flying down from Auckland were killing themselves laughing all the way.

      • kayaker

        As if Auckland management set a good example. How funny!

    • Rodger T

      I would have to see the complete uncensored tape before I could possibly comment.

      • cambridge01

        Hope they are still in “lust” today.

        • Don W

          Or in musth.

        • Cadwallader

          Imagine the result if we endured sharia for the likes of these lovers.

    • Isherman

      But Len only answers to Len doesn’t he, at least for now. There was nothing stopping him from resigning.

      • Bluemanning

        Len is still in office and KDC is still in NZ. If I had three genie wishes I would use up one wish to have those two gone.

    • Cadwallader

      I am just relieved to learn that sex is still going on!!!!!

      • Me too, I still chase women but I cant remember what to do when I catch ’em

    • Sally

      Imagine the outrage by the press if it was a MP and a journalist caught in the act.

      • Jafarma

        Outrage if it was a right wing politician but probably no outrage if a leftie

      • Disinfectant

        We don’t know. It could be!!

    • Gaynor

      Surely those 2 were aware of the pub over he road? Were they exhbitionists ? If they were 2 single people why do “it” in the office?
      Reminds me of being in a bar many years ago …3 stories up….and watching a truck driver ‘pleasure himself’ .He thought his truck was enough protection until the bar maid went and tapped on his window and pointed up at all the people looking down on him.

    • Chris Chitens

      Make em buy a few boxes for everyone. Hardly sackable. Just good honest fun.

  • ShortBackwardSquare

    The attached vid may be of help to the BG2 team. This guy champions ‘microadventures’ which you can do in a very short time, at low cost, close to home to add a bit of variety. I’m not sure I’d want to be out at sea around the Shetlands with those rafts, though… but the bikes look a lot of fun.

    • mommadog

      I like the folding take anywhere bikes and the idea of micro adventures. There are plenty of places you could do that in NZ. Even just a day trip is good to keep you active and breathe off some more fat.

      • ShortBackwardSquare

        I’ve started doing some around home, one a week. Last week I discovered goats in the back paddock. Free meat!

        • hookerphil

          Pleased you are not a muslin

    • 1951

      Thank you I enjoyed that.

  • john Doe

    Stuff have reported that an attack on a piggery has left two pigs with knife wounds and one missing…….. A lone wolf attack or Jihad against swine?

    • mommadog

      Someone looking for a free dinner no doubt. Now school has started back the kids are suddenly starving again. Sad as animals don’t deserve the stress and trauma. If you eat one, kill it quick and humanely – you don’t go stabbing around blindly.

  • Cadwallader

    I heard Little Angry speaking to Larry about an hour ago. He spoke very well and in a matter-of-fact style. I thought he conducted himself quite well without the evasions of Goff and the patronizing (I am doing you a favour ) manner of the Cunnliffe. So I suppose credit where credit’s due. I didn’t pick up a hint of a policy despite this.

    • ShortBackwardSquare

      Yes, I thought he was very pragmatic and said a lot of things that the public would probably say. This could be interesting.

    • Wasapilot

      Easy to be able to keep your true self hidden from view when there is no heat on you. Let’s see how he gets on later in the election cycle.

    • Nige.

      yes Andrew Little is managing to contain himself while in the media cameras and radio microphones are on him.

      But Angry Spittle cant wait to come out in when hes in the house next week.

  • cows4me

    The Japs aren’t taking the beheading of their journalist’s well and who can blame them. Isis may have woken a sleeping giant. Allahu Akbar meet Banzai.

    • caochladh

      Yes, the Japs have more experience lopping off heads than the mongrels in the middle east. I hope they send in the Ninja Turtles to sort them out.

      • Cadwallader

        The Japs need to summon up that old Samurai spirit. If those ISIS creeps think they are smart with blades then they have a few lessons to learn. A few weeks ago I learned that the 1960 film “The Magnificent Seven” was a rip off of a Jap film called “The Seven Samurai.” Seven hundred thousand Samurai would sort out the cowardly beheaders.

    • sandalwood789

      I would *love* to see the Japanese Army flooding over there in force!
      It would be *awesome*…….. :)

      • Isherman

        Well Shinzo Abe has long been calling for Japan to dump or at least review its pacifist post war constitution, it will be interesting to see if this event helps sway more public opinion along those lines, of course that would have huge implications regionally too, China would definately not be happy to see it happen.

        • ex-JAFA

          Would the UN allow it (as they should – I have no time for that socialist pack of baskets!), or will they try to get some muscle to act against Japan? I certainly hope the Security Council back them… but I’m not holding my breath.

          • Isherman

            China would try every trick in the book to stop it, but at the end of the day, they are are a sovereign nation and can do what they like with their own constitution as well as their foreign policy.

        • Disinfectant

          Was part of the “Marshall Plan” as a condition imposed by the Western Allies to rebuild the Japanese economy after the second world war.
          People have often wondered why Japan was in economic ascendency for so long.
          They were gifted billions, had a trained workforce, cheap labour and free capital.
          Not only that, but many U.K and American engineers helped them in their designs for cars, videos and radios.

          • Isherman

            Correct, though the Marshall plan was similar in its intent to the Versailles Treaty with a view to prevent any re-emergence of a militaristic Japanese Empire. Now that Japan, like Britain has moved past the days of empire, I see no problem with a democratic Japan, being an important player in the economic make up of the world, playing its part along with the rest of the civilized world in tackling global threats.

          • Disinfectant

            Normally I would agree, but Mr Abe has made some rather concerning comments with respect to revisionist history lately.

      • Don W

        The Japanese came down the Malay Peninsula on bicycles and captured Singapore. They would know how to deal with these Arab trouble makers.

    • Dave

      I hope so C4M, history tells us Hitlers biggest mistake was making enemies all around him that he couldn’t fight at the same time. Unlike the western world, they are not likely to give them 100 warnings and endless pleases, its more is more likely to be swift and final. Somehow i don’t see too many Muslims or ISIS freedom fighters slipping quietly into Japan.

  • Nige.

    Huia answered last nights question with;

    “I didn’t make it to theatre”

    When was the last time you went to the (movie to save confusion) theatre, how much did it end up costing you? and was it worth the money? 

    • Papillon

      Last week with my five year old during holidays. Cost $9 per ticket, took own snacks and was definitely worth it, 2 hours peace, no whining, or I’m boreds, and air conditioning on a swelter of a day.

      • Ilovelife

        I subscribe to Auckland Theatre Company, buy a season ticket and it’s worth every cent. Who says right wingers don’t support the arts?

    • Mark

      I really wanted to see/support “American Sniper” so I looked up online how much it was,I decided just under $20 was ridiculous & I’d wait & buy the DVD.

      Then I remembered that a local pub has a “Movie & Meal” deal. Went online,$25,checked out the menu,couple of items I’d quite enjoy,called in & checked how it worked & checked with the cinema around the corner that I wouldn’t need to rush around to get a ticket,looking good.

      Caught the bus down,’cause I figure I’m at the pub,might as well have a beer or two,yep I’m a sucker for the right deal LOL.

      Wasn’t to be,totally different menu,website had not been updated,nothing I’d eat,caught bus back home,bought beer & fish & chips.Pretty damn unlikely to try again.

      • Chris Chitens

        If you love cinema you love cinema and watching it on a big screen, with good vibes from a busy screening, and the smell of popcorn, with insanely good sound and projection equipment costing over $200,000, is the only way to watch a movie properly. Sitting at home is the lazy option. Cost of 14 bucks is the price of a burger and you have a couple hours entertainment… Love live movie theatres! 500 inch screen over a 60 any day please. I last saw interstellarin China. They had a great auditorium, but it was about 30NZD, and I could hear people spitting (chinese love a good spit).

        • Mark

          There are certainly movies I would like to see on the big screen.
          I worked pretty hard to try & spend what would have been $50 at least,but there is a limit to how hard I will work to give a business my $’s.

          • Chris Chitens

            Spending 60 bucks taking the family out to a movie seems like a lot (especially when you can pirate a copy), but compared to taking them out for a decent meal it is cheap evening of entertainment and always makes for good banter at the end. $19.60 is a bit steep for a movie ticket- Auckand? Mastertons cinema is $11 before 5pm and $13 after- for adults. Drinks are 3 dollars and a small popcorn is $3.50. I think it is one of the cheapest and best cinemas in the country! I am biased of course being a local.

          • Mark

            Yes Auckland,you get a pretty good deal for sure!

        • Mark

          And as I said it is not $14,it is $18.50 plus online booking fee, $19.60.Before I even buy a popcorn/ice cream & drink.
          Now I think it’s great that our local Asian students can afford this,without them there would be no cinemas,but I think that is a good chunk of change.

        • pak

          Wish you hadn’t mentioned what you have referred to in your bracketed comment. Was fondly thinking today over my 25 plus years in Hong Kong and somehow that delightful trait had slipped my memory …..the H.K. and Mainland China locals are also very partial to a loud throat clearing which precedes said ejection from the mouth.

          • Chris Chitens

            HKese frown upon that sort of thing don’t they? They are quite poisonous towards the mainlanders. Chinese have many loveable traits, and equally many utterly gross traits (to my eyes anyway). The scary ones are all the middle aged aunties who will knock you out to get ahead of whatever line is forming. Only the toughest rats survived Mao I guess.

          • pak

            It is still very common in the streets and all the more so now the hated “mainlanders” are ever increasing in their numbers.
            Even in my office I recall the dreaded sound arising frequently, both among the men and women, but the spitting bit did not eventuate. I think possibly something to do with a phlegm producing diet .. Just walking down the street you need to be very alert for approaching locals, particularly carrying large sticky-out parcels as there seems to be a total lack of spatial awareness and I recall many instances where I was not quick enough and someone walked straight into me doing a variety of damage! Not as bad though as recent reports I have had of friends witnessing “mainlanders” squatting and publicly evacuating their bowels on the MTR!

          • Chris Chitens

            Filthy animals like that do an injustice to the many Chinese people who do have decorum. Yuck!! They do stuff like that more in the mainland. I was in a taxi crash the other night and the driver was bloody funny. “Don’t worry, I do this all the time. You better go before the police come.” He just slammed right into the side of a bus, magically expecting it not to hit him. So many accidents here some of which make you quite emotional- like when you see young people hurt or killed by some fool with a vehicle.

          • pak

            Agree. The H.K. driving not too bad as traffic usually slowed down a lot by sheer volume in Central, where I spent my working day. Mainland another story – you had better watch those taxi rides! India far worse though – huge overloaded trucks madly honking the horns of their garishly decorated vehicles, diving in and out of traffic and overtaking when no sane person would consider it! Ah the joys of travel…

    • caochladh

      I obtain the gold class tickets from Fly Buys points, so they are free. Nice comfy armchairs, plenty of room to stretch out, no unruly kids and a button to summon room service.

      • Isherman

        Sounds like the sort of set up you need to watch the Tennis with ya reckon…*slowly sneaks off to pick up SWMBO*

        • caochladh

          Rumpole, I am not! There is no SWMBO in my life, I have enough trouble with the three WHWT’s.

          • jonno1

            West Highland White Terriers?

          • caochladh

            yes, this is the ring leader……………..

          • patriot

            Cutie! :-)

          • caochladh

            Stubborn, pedantic……oh! i could go on and on, but he’s my little boy and I love him dearly along with his better behaved brother and sister.

          • patriot

            Over the years I’ve always had Shih Tzu girls. Usually have 2 as company for each other, but 1 died last year. Always so sad when they go…big part of the family. Thinking of getting another puppy… :)

          • caochladh

            Yes, you should. I’ve always had Westies and I believe the more you put off the decision to have another, the more you have missed out on the enjoyment of their company.

    • Jafarma

      ‘Jimi [Hendrix]: All is by my side’ at the International Film Festival in Auckland last July. Cost $17 and gave me a great insight into how his career started off. I went to 7 films at that festival, all for the same price and they were all good. Will be back next year for sure.

      • Nige.

        did it mention anywhere that LEMMY was a roadie for him???? huh? huh????

        • Nechtan

          Didn’t know that. Here is some Hendrix;

          • Nige.

            Bugger. This is the only interview i could find of ‘ol lem talking about him….and he is drunk (well when isnt he)….and talking about suitcases full of acid (which was legal back in those days apparently).

    • Aucky

      Can’t be bothered Nige. It used to be just noisy potato chips and lolly wrappers that drove me nuts. Now its texting, tweeting, parents with out of control kids and teenage bimbettes giving their unwanted opinions on everything from the movie to their boyfriends nocturnal star ratings.

      • Nige.

        the movies are a bit like mainstream media newspapers and radio. Either make it more appealing or get out of the way and stop trying to rip us off.

    • Gaynor

      I took 2 lil fellas I was babysitting during the holidays… Movies plus 2 poporn and 2 slushy drinks $71 I nearly fell over…. I was going to get myself a drink but decided against it… Far far far too expensive.
      Edit to add It was at Hoyts Riccarton Mall.

      • pisces8284 .

        I suggested that pensioners could get in free if taking their grandkids and got shot down in flames. We smuggle our own food in and take bottles of water, it’s way too expensive

      • Wendy

        I took my boys once about five years ago. Like you I am still recovering.

    • dumbshit

      1974, eyelids got too heavy but was rudely awaken by a lady sobbing nearby, never been invited to attend another screening, so don’t know what I am missing!

    • I.M Bach

      Best part of forty bucks to get the wife and I into The Hobbit a while back, fell alseep. Too long, not my cup of tea. I do like going to the movies though, the big screen and good sound but it’s an occasional thing for us. American Sniper next methinks.

    • InnerCityDweller

      Open night of Empire in the Spiegeltent a couple of weeks ago. Cabaret meets Cirque de Soleil. Awesome. $80 per person, worth every penny.

  • Wasapilot

    Just had a call from Roy Morgan research, they rang my cellphone. I thought they just grabbed numbers out of the phone book.
    The lunatic lefts numbers certainly won’t be on the rise based on my responses.

  • SlightlyStrange

    John Campbell needs a shave. Ugh. That’s not a nice beard. You’ve had more than a month to work on it!
    Also, those silly people who got frisky in an office opposite a bar. Doofus.

    • SlightlyStrange

      Wait, it looks like ALL of them have beards. Did I miss something?

    • Don W

      He looks like a homeless man (a hobo) that they have found in a back alley and fitted into a cheap suit.

      • Wasapilot

        If his ratings don’t improve, he may end up homeless.

      • Dave

        Sounds like he is about to resign and join labour in the safe seat they have earmarked for him.

        • Don W

          Perhaps the next Labour Leader.?

          • Dave

            Angry Andy should last at least 6 months, but at least Angry Andys office chair will suit Little Johnny, they are about the same height!

          • OneTrack

            Green Co-Leader (Male Division)

        • Benoni

          Why should he resign from the ” threenews party” of which he is leader and spokes-person. The threenews party is playing safe with the electoral commission by not registering as a political party but they are active pushers in the political scrum.

    • Bryan

      and then they hit the street and they were saying ” NO we don’t trust guys with beards ” they are dodgey!! classic

    • Hard1

      1/It’s all those hormones.
      2/It’s all those hormones!

      On a serious note, when did the human race start to hide sex?.

    • Nige.

      you have a stronger stomach than me if you can watch Campbell Live, let alone with stubble or a beard as the case my be.

      Perhaps he is trying to prove something.

      … urghhhh….. i have to have a look now….and see this bearded child.

      • Gaynor

        I can’t imagine what he looks like…I will not even try to.

  • Aucky

    Well blow my days. A $30 million pokies scam which is surely a NZ record and not an Asian in sight nor the slightest mention of that den of iniquity, Sky City. Seems some true blue Kiwis from Harness Racing NZ are at the heart of it. Who would have thought?

    • Hard1

      Aucky, in the past decade or so the racing clubs have been handed out millions in pokie grants, all legit and published in the paper.

      Waiting for a further comment from Winston after “Through the combination of government funding, industry support and club sponsorship, the stake for the Christchurch Casino Cup makes it the richest aged pacing race in the world,” Peters said.(11/8/2008)

      Is racing a black hole?.

    • Isherman

      Yeah, what does Winston know and when did he know it?….

  • willtin

    I call it the ‘JK Memory Phenomenon Syndrome’
    But really,What is it?
    An illusion of a conspiracy?
    A suggestion of lunacy?
    Or like you and me;
    We don’t recall every word we said yesterday.
    Let alone the fact, JK is Prime Minister

    • Nige.

      yeah, they should know that reptiles have short memories.

  • Macca

    So it looks like the lefts cunning plan for the next 3 years is to have the media sling as much muck at JK as they can, whenever they can, whilst hopefully avoiding being sued for liable and then turn round and ask Andys’ Little a few staged questions so he can achieve his two positive news appearances per week.

    Why change a winning formula, I mean, it’s obviously worked so spiffingly well for them over the last 6 years! Yep, who needs policy when you have this type of brilliance? Give me strength!

  • Bluemanning

    Saturday night was ‘Unbroken’ with a FULL glass of red and ice cream chocolate coated with nuts.

  • Isherman

    Tip to the amorous couple in Christchurch,..did you ever consider the slightly more private elevator…

  • intelligentes candida diva

    I picked The Patriots to win from previous WO post
    http://www.whaleoil.co.nz/2015/01/2015-sporting-bragging-rights/

    • patriot

      Me of course… ;-)

    • Eiselmann

      I should have put some money on it….’head says Patriots heart says Seahawks’

    • Isherman

      Wouldn’t have picked you for an NFL girl, lol…

  • I.M Bach

    Donovan for the oldies.

    • geoff2112

      not that old….

    • Bluemanning

      Thanks

  • Bruno 32

    Well done to Whaleoil on Sabin.I trust John Key will talk to the Chairman of the National party and ask him why he was not told his MP was up on an assault charge ?

    • Moonroof

      btw I’m waiting for the commentary on internalia of the National Party and how this progressed as far as it did before becoming “news” that should not have been.

  • jude

    … Discovered cheaper to buy a new bed than hire company to shift bedroom furniture to Palmy over weekend:)

  • Herbert Charles

    Blast from the past, an old TVNZ documentary? about when Deep Purple came to Auckland in 1975.

    • geoff2112

      That was great…..Thanks

    • Nige.

      *WARNING* May contain traces of Lemmy

  • Nige.

    100 internet points for who can tell me who the dude on the right is.

    • Isherman

      Lemmy

      • Wendy

        Oi…eyes on your own paper. Lol.

      • Nige.

        Alright. You win. You’ve read the book, Haven’t you?

        • Isherman

          I was aware that was his (first?) band, and given it was a question asked by your good self, probability alone suggested the answer would include Lemmy or Motorhead, lol.

    • Wendy

      Lemmy?

    • patriot

      Ian Kilmister.

      • Nige.

        (Ian -FRASER- Kilmister.)

  • Wendy

    Forgive me Blubbergeddoners for I have sinned.

    Yesterday I ate the best jam doughnut in the history of the world (from Café Kohi, proud supports of emergency workers).

    Oh well…a little bit of what you fancy…

    • MaryLou

      Aah – it’s the donuts. Every morning I see the police, the fire service (often across the road) and an ambulance there. Thought it might be the coffee… but no – shoul’ve guessed on donuts! I guess Starbucks just don’t do ’em right…

      • Wendy

        Its the doughnuts, the brioche, the coffee, the very fine staff…and the view isn’t bad either…

    • Moonroof

      Cafe Kohi do good work :) and good coffee. A bit out of the way from here, but the occasionals are quite pleasant.

  • Keanne Lawrence

    In other news Angry Andy is claiming that the Prime Minister is not being “straight” about when he first knew of the Sabin situation. This is based on stories, rumours and gossip arriving in his office. Surprise, surprise.
    The muck mill is running at well above idle already so we are unlikely to see the opposition adopt a new and progressive or should that be positive approach when the house gets underway.
    Forget the movies when you can see a bunch of wannabe’s making chumps of themselves on a regular timetable with popcorn handy.

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