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Cry baby of the week

After reading the article in a newspaper I can only ask, why is it that so many people think that the rules shouldn’t apply to them?

A Pukekohe hairdresser refused to cut a 4-year-old’s hair despite the girl being a regular customer.

Little Shelby was left in tears on Thursday morning[…]

“We’ve been there quite a few times, I’d say at least five times before, since Shelby was 1-year-old,” […]

[…] Shelby was turned down because of a “new policy” that states a child cannot have a haircut there unless the parent or guardian is a customer as well.

[…] “They said it was because I don’t get my hair cut there,” she said.

[…] she was shocked when they were refused service, especially as they’d been a customer for a while.

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If you agree with me that’s nice, but what I really want to achieve is to make you question the status quo, look between the lines and do your own research. Do not be a passive observer in this game we call life.

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Whaleoil News quiz

“A sally is a sudden charge out of a besieged place against the enemy” Oxford Dictionary definition

To get to the truth sometimes a Sally must ensue.

Audio: Hosking with Hipkins re free tertiary study

NewstalkZB news:

Listen to the audio here or click on the above image.

It turns out that it was all about stabilising the numbers. It had nothing to do with increasing the numbers.

Compare what is said in the above audio to what was said in this article by a newspaper.

“A sally is a sudden charge out of a besieged place against the enemy” Oxford Dictionary definition

To get to the truth sometimes a Sally must ensue.

Whaleoil News quiz

“A sally is a sudden charge out of a besieged place against the enemy” Oxford Dictionary definition

To get to the truth sometimes a Sally must ensue.

Face of the day

Today’s face of the day was our face of the day during the server outage so he disappeared from view as the post was not published. Since then one despicable Australian media outlet has seen fit to attack him.

They have attacked ‘Trolley Man’, a homeless Australian HERO who risked his life to protect others.

Let that sink in for one minute.

Michael Rogers ‘ Trolley man’

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If you agree with me that’s nice, but what I really want to achieve is to make you question the status quo, look between the lines and do your own research. Do not be a passive observer in this game we call life.

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To read my previous articles click on my name in blue.

More fake news from a ‘Kiwi icon’

Yesterday’s news

It is not surprising that an ex-iconic Auckland newspaper resorted to giving away their printed pages for free because they just couldn’t sell them.  But the free subscription didn’t work either. I’ve lost count of the number of free subscriptions turned down over the last few years following their fall from credibility.

Annoyed subscribers drop off immediately they twig onto the thinly disguised political messages being served up as facts.

Not a problem for informed readers, people who don’t read between the lines or only take an anecdotal interest in politics are prime targets for media brain-washing.

This is clearly demonstrated by the New Zealand public’s usual negative response to the name Donald Trump despite his accomplishments since taking the helm.

The majority of American media, hijacked by the left who largely control academia and Hollywood, direct attack after attack on Trump’s image and reputation using disparaging and inaccurate information. We see it here when our media copy and paste the lies and drivel.

The latest anti-Trump attack is from a newspaper and is titled: ‘America implodes: ‘Invisible meltdown inside Donald Trump’s government’ and is a book review of The Fifth Risk by Michael Lewis. Quote. 

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The subject evoked in the collage is the debating of political issues with friends in a public place

Pablo Picasso
Glass and bottle of Suze (after 18 November 1912)
pasted paper, gouache and charcoal

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Whaleoil World news quiz

Old and irascible for as long as he can remember, his CV includes a brief stint in the Royal Air Force and 40+ years as a registered nurse in the UK and NZ (including more than seven years of medico-legal work.) 30+ years back-country fly-fishing in the South Island have helped him retain a modicum of sanity. For some of the time, at least.

Whaleoil News quiz

“A sally is a sudden charge out of a besieged place against the enemy” Oxford Dictionary definition

To get to the truth sometimes a Sally must ensue.

Whaleoil world news quiz

Old and irascible for as long as he can remember, his CV includes a brief stint in the Royal Air Force and 40+ years as a registered nurse in the UK and NZ (including more than seven years of medico-legal work.) 30+ years back-country fly-fishing in the South Island have helped him retain a modicum of sanity. For some of the time, at least.

Whaleoil News quiz

“A sally is a sudden charge out of a besieged place against the enemy” Oxford Dictionary definition

To get to the truth sometimes a Sally must ensue.