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Reply # 36711 26-May-2006 13:38
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Slingshot on Annette's behalf would lobby the government and commerce commission to remove TG's boxing gear.... and give Annette a cricket bat.




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Reply # 36712 26-May-2006 13:43
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cokemaster: Slingshot on Annette's behalf would lobby the government and commerce commission to remove TG's boxing gear.... and give Annette a cricket bat.


Or a Rocket Launcher. Cool




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Reply # 36713 26-May-2006 13:50
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And when she does ask for that rocket launcher, the government being the most spineless collection of people known to man will of course give her a nuke

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Reply # 36715 26-May-2006 13:53
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A nuke? Will someone think of the children?




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Reply # 36716 26-May-2006 13:53
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No they wouldn't - this is Labour and NZ, we are 'Nuclear Free'.

India has a few nukes, Annette could borrow one of theirs.




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Reply # 36718 26-May-2006 13:56
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cokemaster: A nuke? Will someone think of the children?


Well the government doesnt care about the children. My childrens inheritance almost disappeared when the government devalued it by very large amount (Telecom shares)

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Reply # 36719 26-May-2006 13:57
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Jama: No they wouldn't - this is Labour and NZ, we are 'Nuclear Free'.


Ah but for Slingshot the government would develop nukes

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Reply # 36724 26-May-2006 14:32
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cokemaster: A nuke? Will someone think of the children?


Well the government doesnt care about the children. My childrens inheritance almost disappeared when the government devalued it by very large amount (Telecom shares)


Telecom shares were once around $10 - I don't think the Government is solely to blame! TEL shares also never got close to their 52 week low after the ULL announcement so it's hardly fair to blame them. I'd be more worried about Annette trying to get a monopoly in the bread market! :-)


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Reply # 36730 26-May-2006 15:27
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sbiddle: I'd be more worried about Annette trying to get a monopoly in the bread market! :-)


Hmmmm maybe shes lobbying the government for degregulation of the bread industry so her pathetic little company will allowed to sell its bread in the other companies trays

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Reply # 36761 26-May-2006 21:14
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bradstewart: maybe shes lobbying the government for degregulation of the bread industry so her pathetic little company will allowed to sell its bread in the other companies trays

I think you mean regulation, not debreadulation...




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Reply # 36769 26-May-2006 22:05
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My bad, thats exactly what i meant.

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