Monthly Archives: November 2010

>Guido Westerwelle…

> …(Germany’s Foreign Minister) didn’t come off too well in the assessments by American diplomats (sic) revealed by Wikileaks today, being variously described as “incompetent, aggressive, and vain” “Nothing new to me” sez Mrs jb ” You don’t need Wikileaks … Continue reading

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>I swear….

> that this could have come from one of my professor friends….

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>Your next Presidentess

> Transcript snip from Glenn Beck’s radio show: CO-HOST: How would you handle a situation like the one that just developed in North Korea? PALIN: But obviously, we’ve got to stand with our North Korean allies. We’re bound to by … Continue reading

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>The coolest dude on the planet

> For legions of Rolling Stones fans, Keith Richards is not only the heart and soul of the world’s greatest rock ’n’ roll band, he’s also the very avatar of rebellion: the desperado, the buccaneer, the poète maudit, the soul … Continue reading

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>The Tasman District Council writes:

>“At this stage the Council has not calculated the final costs of processing your application.  Should the final costs exceed the deposit already paid, then as previously advised, you will be invoiced separately for these costs.  Should the final costs … Continue reading

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>Dedicated follower of fashion

> I’m nothing if not a dedicated follower of fashion. I’m in there right at the start of the season, buying my annual cashmere sweater, having already covered my other requirements (2 new pairs of denims and a pair of … Continue reading

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>The parable of the 5 potatoes and two fishes

> Bryan had a lucky escape when he phoned his local Chinese takeaway, ordering two pieces of tarakihi and enough chips for two hungry people. Luckily, the woman on the other end of the phone decided to check the order: … Continue reading

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