Homeopathy Awareness Week | Infectious Thoughts
Homeopathy Awareness Week | Infectious Thoughts.
A Letter to Murray McCully – he replies
The reply to my original letter is posted here as a PDF MurraryMcCully or as a picture below, This is a response to a letter I wrote to my MP, who had … Continue reading →
Murder Most Foul #4 – Jennifer Mary Beard
By and large you always think of New Zealand as being an outwardly friendly, people happy, tolerant, peaceful place. You would possibly describe it as such to foreigners, and not … Continue reading →
Jolly Hockey Sticks – the College edition
Every year there is a pre-season Inter-College “tournament” at St. Cuthberts College in Remuera. It’s called the Anzac tournament and is by invitation only. As part of promotion the College hosts … Continue reading →
Murder Most Foul #3 in a series – David Wayne TAMIHERE- Murderer / Rapist / Robber?
NOTE: This is an opinion only and not a judgement piece, it is my opinion only from what I read, saw and took to understand from that. Just after … Continue reading →
What Atheists Have to Believe.
After all “God did it” is not a reasonable excuse for anything that happens to you, anyone you know or any event in the world that you are too ignorant to think through an explain. Is it?
Not a good day to be a minor league tall poppy. #1 in a series.
Today we bring you Rabon Khan and Rachel Smalley (1) Raybon Khan. Who seems to set himself as Mr.People, some brainpower gifted individual who urbane toss-offs speak to and for … Continue reading →
Inconceivable! Why I should avoid the newspapers.
I shouldn’t read the newspaper, it annoys me. Prisons. “Auckland’s Mt Eden prison operator Serco has been accused of bribing inmates with bigger helpings of food and televisions in their … Continue reading →
Murder Most Foul #1 in a series
There are many murders that get your attention and pique your interest. Fortunately there aren’t that many that go unsolved. And even the solved ones can twist like a snake when you take what is mostly a superficial look at them.
Faux outrage, Faux compassion and chipping in!
or slamming and damning, counselling and group grieving and how I learned to react in a group. Led mostly by media snippets and reporting (often poorly repeated, and incomplete, inaccurate and … Continue reading →
I’m not famous I can make any statement I want
Two words yesterday on twitter “Free Polanski”. Not from a world recognised name, but a name known in New Zealand. Someone who commands an audience and imparts information, love, humor, … Continue reading →