Wed, 28 Nov 2012 6:13p.m.
There was a sub-plot to today’s premiere of The Hobbit – a battle over whether the movie would actually be made in New Zealand.
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30/11/2012 10:09:31 p.m.
A big thanks to Key and Jackson for making this possible. To all you leftie loosers and whingers - get lost.
30/11/2012 9:02:29 p.m.
I get sick of moaning, the whinging and the negativity from the moronic left here on this forum - they are anti progress, anti business and just plain stupid. We nearly lost thie movie due to the moronic actions ot the Unions and Labour. Go and live in North Korea [a great Socialist success story there]
you moronic socialist and let the rest of us get on with living in a progressive, democratic and free society.
30/11/2012 9:10:19 a.m.
KATUBALDY, it's pointless pointing that out to Chris and his mates on here. They all sound like their master Key, programmed to sound the same, just like a car salesman.
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