Fri, 10 Aug 2012 6:10p.m.
Lamb is returning to the Kiwi dinner table after a series of substantial price drops.
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22/08/2012 1:18:53 p.m.
Thank god National are keeping wages rises at inflation level or below, it just increases the price of everything, bl$$dy greedy workers. Just imagine the cost of the basics if we were keeping up wqith Australia. Great job John n Bill, keep up the good work.
19/08/2012 5:45:50 p.m.
I'll refrase it: "Animal Baby Kill Becomes Affordable Again!" Great news. Take the childen to Macca's, those lamb burgers may come with plastic toys of cute cuddly lambs, so that children can learn early the necessity of switching off any feelings of empathy or compassion, when sitting down to dinner. "He may be cute, but he's cuter on my plate. Perhaps daddy can take me huntin..."
15/08/2012 3:20:37 a.m.
Willard Mubvumbi wrote:
@David, what do you mean by sociological neurosis?
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