Parekura Horomia, never out-flanked, has partnered with his corporate sponsor, KFC, to launch a rival "Fat to the Home" initiative. He envisages large diameter tubes delivering goods (particularly edible goods) to disadvantaged South Auckland families that cannot afford their own car break-in kit. "Downloading 100 Megabites per second is chickenfeed", he says.
There is truth in the saying that the "highest calibre people are the biggest bores".
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Comment by freitasm, on 30-Jan-2010 17:03
KFC Fat-to-the-home? ROFL
Comment by Z2, on 31-Jan-2010 11:16
So do we need really big veins to be hooked up to this fat pipe? Just insert next to my caffiene line!
Comment by Faizan, on 2-Feb-2010 19:54
The article is very creative. LOL.
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