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    A Vile Lie about David Seymour

    A failing major media company, who today disgusts me so, that I refuse to mention their name, has been running a series of columns advocating 'quality journalism' and the benefits thereof to societal good. It seems to be some form of propaganda, a softening-up, to place...

    Lighthearted Cartoon Triggers Demands for Money and UTU

    SonovaMin and Boomslang have some competition. Any cartoon that triggers the always offended, the permanently upset and the luvvies combined has got to be assessed and considered for laughs. Even the guy with the funniest name in NZ, Meng Foon, the Race Relations Commissioner has been...

    Face of the Day

    Today's face of the day is cartoonist Garrick Tremain. His employers fell for the classic trap. They should never have apologised. Apologies are used against people as the mob say that it is proof that a thought crime has been committed and they then demand that...

    Stuff Up of the Day

    Stuff Dec 2nd article - ' Koalas more important than firies' I wonder which one they mean? Furies ( The three goddesses of vengeance)Fairies ( Tinkerbell and friends)Furries ( fans of media that features anthropomorphic animals—that...

    Lizzie Marvelly Beggars Belief

    I buy a newspaper on the weekend as it is about the only one the stable produces that has something of journalistic substance to it. The weekday one often resembles a reincarnation of the NZ Truth which was aiming at a particular market. The paper I’m...

    Stuff Up of the Day

    Today's Stuff Up is from the NZ Herald who no doubt were is a hurry to get the breaking story up as soon as possible. This is only one of the errors spotted in their article.

    ONLY 7% of Those Scientists Have Relevant Qualifications

    T & L I’ve taken the time, as it’s made itself available to me, to go through the 11,000+ signatories of so-called scientists and I have picked out those who identify as being located in New Zealand. I’ve subjected them all to internet...

    Stuff Up of the Day

    The NZ Herald creates a new location...

    HDPA Makes an Awful Lot of Presumptions

    I don't often read anything written by Heather Du Plessis-Allan, she kind of winds me up so I just don't click on her articles. But her latest 'Premium' article in 'A newspaper' piqued my interest. I had been thinking about doing a post...