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Thursday, May 20, 2010

And the "talk is cheap" award goes to... 

... Hone Harawira, for correctly identifying the forthcoming budget as an attack on the poor, but then saying he'll vote for it anyway. He even goes so far as to admit that he is speaking out "because Maori Party supporters would expect it". Perhaps those supporters will also expect him not to walk through the "Ayes" lobby. Y'know, to do something meaningful beyond the usual yapping.

But perhaps Hone knows those supporters will remember his rhetoric, not his completely contradictory actions, come the next election.

Time to grow some balls, big mouth.


Friday, May 14, 2010

And you thought you were having a bad day 

Spare a thought for this poor bastard:

Katipo bites skinny-dipping tourist

A venomous katipo spider bite on his penis was the high price a tourist paid for a skinny-dip at a Northland beach.

The 22-year-old Canadian left his clothes in the sand dunes while he went for his nude swim and slept on his return, according to a report on the case in today's online NZ Medical Journal.

"He woke to find his penis swollen and painful with a red mark on the shaft suggestive of a bite. He rapidly developed generalised muscle pains, fever, headache, photophobia [light sensitivity] and vomiting," wrote Dr Nigel Harrison and colleagues who treated him at Dargaville and Whangarei hospitals.

By the time the man reached Dargaville Hospital, his penis was severely swollen, his blood pressure was up and his heart beat racing.

Chest pain and other symptoms developed the next morning and it was presumed he had been bitten by a katipo. He was treated with anti-venom medicine and rapidly improved.

However, heart problems persisted and he was treated at Whangarei Hospital and Auckland Hospital before returning to Canada.

Katipo spiders are known to have a highly specialised habitat in New Zealand sand dunes and will bite only rarely, and in defence.

This was the first known case of myocarditis, or heart inflammation, caused by a bite, Dr Harrison said.

A prompt diagnosis and the use of anti-venom resulted in a good outcome for the tourist, he said.

Thursday, May 06, 2010

Speaky the Engrishy? 

Funny how the two daughters have different surnames. That's cos the fuck faces who did the reporting can't listen properly.
Police have named the three women found dead in a Christchurch home. They were Sung Eun Cho, 43, and her daughters Yeon Jae Bark (known as Holly), 17, and Yeon Sue Baek (known as Kelly), 13.

'Bark" and "Baek" is actually either .... "Park" or "Baek". One or the other but certainly not both.

Unless anybody else out there knows of two daughters born to the same mother and father who have different surnames then NZ Herald can sort their shit out. And while you're at at work out what the first and last names are. The mothers name and daughters names are all in different formats with first names last and last names first. Next time I see honky names in print maybe they could read "famed author Smith Harry was seen walking hand in hand with Wendy Rumpshaker, following her divorce with Williams Bob". And then we can all join hand in hand in speaking gibberish and shit house reporting in supposedly our main daily newspaper which if printed off the net should go straight down the toilet bowl after rubbing viciously across your shit covered arse hole.

RIP Family.

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