How can you young activists raise such an issue at this time? How can this possibly be a priority? It’s simply not a big issue for anyone I know. It’s not important to me or my family. Labour needs to focus on the issues that matter. The issues that matter to me, that is. Not to other people.
We are very angry about what you have done. You will pay for this.
John Key continues to ride a wave of popularity. So if there were ever a good time for an incumbent PM to abolish weekends and public holidays, now would be that time.
Dr. Frank Shizenhausen writes: I have had enough of this stroppy waitress and her hair. Who does she think she is, destroying the reputation of a decent man just because he has wandering hands?
A little-known blogger has today tried to distance himself from statements made earlier this year that he was retiring from all blogging.
I am not unretiring. This is not a post, as this post explains.
Goodbye forever, until soon.
In the light of various cross-cultural misunderstandings involving smashed faces, I have written a short guide to assist foreign types with their planned visits to our splendid country.
A spokesperson for the terror organisation has confirmed that plans are underway to put together a team for the event.
I’m sorry for causing you any offence. But I would also like to explain myself. I may have written those words, but I didn’t mean the things people are now accusing me of.
Nobody should be surprised by Andrew Little’s failure to pay his bills. A guest post by Norman Wildebeest