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Last night a priceless piece of history was gifted back to the Antarctic Heritage Trust.
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21/01/2013 10:31:27 a.m.
@Braam, Does it matter so much to you that you have to categorialise people? Are we not all human with our different ideas and as Katrina half states, life would be darn boring without our differences. Your idea that because people are struggling and want accountability for their HARD earned money, Yes they have a job and work hard, means they are socialist? Perhaps they just want to feed and clothe their kids.
21/01/2013 7:44:37 a.m.
JK in a world of his own. wrote:
JK lives in his world, as he has said himself more than once, but he was elected to serve NZ in the REAL world. When will he stop stuffing around and start doing something to HELP ordinary kiwis. He is pathetic.
20/01/2013 11:45:04 p.m.
Simple Simon wrote:
Well John, If you were'nt a tosser then, then you sure are one now!
20/01/2013 11:43:54 p.m.
You can look at it that way Jane or you can realise that life would be darn boring without art, history and beautiful things.
20/01/2013 10:56:49 p.m.
@Jane, Why do people who are not successful with settling jobs want what hard working people have. Socialist hey..
20/01/2013 7:09:53 p.m.
So while the hard working kiwis are paying our taxes to fund, not only the PM to go on a trip to Antartica (how many of us would love to have an opportunity like that!), but also about 20 people, on the govt payrole to stand around while an enormous carving, also paid for from our taxes, and set in a govt paid engineer planned concrete base, put in no doubt by a further half dozen or so govt employees, etc etc. How much did this project cost us? Some tens of thousands? Meanwhile, I'm back to work tomorrow morning to do my 40+ hours to pay for it. Just all seams so wrong somehow.
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