Well this has certainly made my evenings a bit more entertaining. I love the
sports news, Julian Wilcox has an awesome sense of humour. And the
scrummaging with Kees Meeuws was priceless.
Seems to be a hit
with others as well.
We dont we gag Brownlee, and put him in a sack and beat him with sticks for
a few hours. It sure would make me feel better. I know I should just ignore
him, but I resent the fact that he has power of my life. And that he is either a
racist prick or an ignorant twat. Im not sure what is worse.
Here is the
latest piece of nonsense. The whole foreshore debacle is an attempt by the
Govt to stop Maori access to the court, and somehow this moron manages to
Well I ripped through precursor, and Im onto Defender now. Back at work now
so It should take me a bit longer to get through than the others have been
Im on to this book now. I missed the third in the series, the library didnt
have it, but the writing is such that you dont miss too much from not having
Its got me sucked in, I really want to know how the series ends.
Easter turned out not as bad as it could have been, it was patchy, but it
could have been much worse I guess.
Its good friday, so far there isnt much good about it. Maybe it will get
better, im going back to bed in the hope that when i get up again it will be
a nicer day.
What does John Tamihere think gives him the mandate to say things like
I think someone needs to tell him how representative government is supposed
to work, you arent in parliament to vote with your party. You are there to
vote how your constituents want you to vote.
I’d have thought that even someone who is clearly lacking in their grip of
reality, as this guy is, would be able to comprehend that.
Ive done some work on this over the last few days. I think I have it all
working now. The latest version is in the HEAD of CVS
The sequel to foreigner, i’m really starting to enjoy this series, well
written and a clever idea.
I recommend it to all science fiction fans.
This is what I’m reading now, a slight change of pace from Pratchett. But
still not requiring too much processing. Its a good evening chewing gum for
the brain type novel.
Ill read anything that isnt about MARC at this point.