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  Reply # 1542735 27-Apr-2016 12:55
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"Your jaw will drop when you find out who burped in Emily Blunt's face!" (Tomorrow's headline.)


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  Reply # 1542738 27-Apr-2016 13:09
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Geektastic:

 

joker97: I guess I could bring up the ODT. Sometimes the headline of lost cat takes up the front page. (And odt prints on the old giant paper size, albeit thinner than a few mm in all its pages)

 

 

 

"And in Breaking News, Mrs Doris Hammersmith, 62, of Walnut Grove, Gore in Southland reports today that she has now found her spare reading glasses which were behind the kettle in the kitchen. To repeat, Mrs Doris Hammersmith has now FOUND her missing reading glasses. We cross over to our Southland reporter, Mike Harris, for a live update now ...... Mike, kia ora there in Southland. What can you tell us about the current situation?"

 

 

 

 

Which is more news worthy than Kim whatsoever her name doing selfies if her new post baby bottom which might have been photo shipped or liposuctioned or maybe shrunk on her vegegan, GMO free hemeo what ever diet...

 

 

 

Or another article about Auckland house prices.

 

 

 

A.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1542748 27-Apr-2016 13:21
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JimmyH:

gzt: Interesting! What kind of financial news do you want to see?


 


well for starters:


1.  A lot more coverage of the days activity international financial markets - New York, London, Tokyo, Singapore


2.  Some of the columns like the insightful ones Ambrose writes in the Telegraph about the impact of QE on interest rates and asset prices


3.  Proper analysis and explanation of major NZ stuff - like Reserve Bank OCR changes - not just a few dumbed-down quotes from a bank economist or lobbyist masquerading as proper analysis, or regurgitation of the press release (which I will read in full on the website for myself if I want to).


4.  Proper write-ups and analysis of NZ company financial results when they are released - again, not just a couple of quotes from the company's press-release and pre-packaged spin.


Herald have always had a worst points of #3 approach to business and financial coverage. They are missing an opportunity, which is how NBR got started and remains relevant.

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  Reply # 1542823 27-Apr-2016 14:46
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Burping in people's faces: is it ok now that celebrities do it? Have your say here....






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  Reply # 1542849 27-Apr-2016 15:18
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As long as people think it is the height of wit for some fat cartoon father to fart in his daughter's face they will probably think celebrity burping is the latest in cultural refinement.

 

 





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  Reply # 1542851 27-Apr-2016 15:20
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Rikkitic:

 

As long as people think it is the height of wit for some fat cartoon father to fart in his daughter's face they will probably think celebrity burping is the latest in cultural refinement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I gather they already do in the Hutt Valley....






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  Reply # 1542917 27-Apr-2016 16:47
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"Make your own coffee body scrub".....






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  Reply # 1543034 27-Apr-2016 21:06
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Geektastic: OMFG!! I did not know that! How AWFUL!! She must have been, like, you know and then she would have been all like, I know and just wow!


There, fixed that for you ☺

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  Reply # 1543107 27-Apr-2016 23:16
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Dratsab:
Geektastic: OMFG!! I did not know that! How AWFUL!! She must have been, like, you know and then she would have been all like, I know and just wow!

There, fixed that for you ☺

 

Sorry. My Valley Girl pastiche is a bit off the mark I am sure - I have limited exposure to work from!






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  Reply # 1543108 27-Apr-2016 23:18
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DarthKermit:

 

"Your jaw will drop when you find out who burped in Emily Blunt's face!" (Tomorrow's headline.)

 

 

 

 

" Emily Blunt names child Burp Blunt after  incident last year!"








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  Reply # 1543145 28-Apr-2016 02:50
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Mspec:

 

OMG I had to read this article twice it was just so compelling reading. wink

 

Charlize Theron burped in Emily Blunt's face

 

http://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/film/79254556/charlize-theron-burped-in-emily-blunts-face

 

 

Next it'll be "Charlize burp video causes the internet to meltdown!"




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  Reply # 1543146 28-Apr-2016 03:28
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Geektastic:

 

 

 

" Emily Blunt names child Burp Blunt after  incident last year!"

 

 

Well it's either that or name him/her after a fruit. "Apple", "Peaches" or some other trendy goddamned thing.


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  Reply # 1543161 28-Apr-2016 08:17
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Now if she had of farted in her face, Hey I mean I am just saying tongue-out





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  Reply # 1543222 28-Apr-2016 09:36
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From the Herald today: "Is the internet causing dementia?"

 

 

 

I'm sure I knew this but I can't remember the answer....

 

 






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  Reply # 1543229 28-Apr-2016 09:55
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You can't make these stuff up ...
saw ler htu now has a baby called saw jet star

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