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  #2465707 19-Apr-2020 21:06
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Bung: Especially since the USA have just replaced a preoccupation with the lives of the royal family with the Kardashians.

 

You don't always have much control over the way that nature fills a vacuum.

 



 

The Kardashians are a vacuum.  😗





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  #2465759 19-Apr-2020 22:46
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Sideface:

 


Bung: Especially since the USA have just replaced a preoccupation with the lives of the royal family with the Kardashians.

 

You don't always have much control over the way that nature fills a vacuum.

 



 

The Kardashians are a vacuum.  😗

 

 

Sixth form physics taught me that vacuums don't suck, something blows. I should probably shuddup from here on in this family friendly forum.


 
 
 
 


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  #2465874 20-Apr-2020 10:04
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kotuku4: I would suggest that we would have a unitary Republic rather than a federal republic, nothing like the USA.

 

 

 

Given the love of regulation and stateism here, I think regional governors would go down well - Governor of Wellington, Governor of Waikato etc - all reporting in to the elected PONZI (President Of New Zealand Islands)....






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  #2465913 20-Apr-2020 10:50
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Back to the topic.  Eco burial? 🧐.  All his ill gotten gains go to charity?

 

 

 

 





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kotuku4:

 

Back to the topic.

 

All I wanted to know was the line of succession and I unleashed a discourse on republicanism. Not that there is anything wrong with becoming a republic.

 

 


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  #2465945 20-Apr-2020 11:23
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If we became a republic then surely the treaty would become null and void?


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  #2466483 20-Apr-2020 17:28
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Depends who writes the constitution.




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  #2466491 20-Apr-2020 17:46
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Bananabob:

 

kotuku4:

 

Back to the topic.

 

All I wanted to know was the line of succession and I unleashed a discourse on republicanism. Not that there is anything wrong with becoming a republic.

 

 

@BananaBob, you can ask the mods to have your thread locked now if you wish.




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  #2466513 20-Apr-2020 18:13
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Moderators, as this thread has got off topic can you please lock it now.


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  #2466563 20-Apr-2020 19:27
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Some have strong opinions on the Battenburgs, Aka Mountbatten Windsor's, and their realenvance. This is an off topic, less moderated forum.




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  #2466666 20-Apr-2020 22:03
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NumPy:

 

If we became a republic then surely the treaty would become null and void?

 

 


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