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Fred99
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  #2106772 12-Oct-2018 13:54
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Hello world - meet our new toy "Atlas":

 

How come when they make something as scary as F%$ it has to look scary as f%$?

 


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  #2111762 21-Oct-2018 08:47
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More adventures in replying to spam
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  #2112033 21-Oct-2018 19:31
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What Powers Australia?

A short video about Australia electricity production. Note that NZ has 20% electricity from fossil fuels.


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  #2112038 21-Oct-2018 19:48
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True Facts: Carnivorous Plants

 

 

Pretty funny!  Also probably not 100% true...or factual.


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  #2112058 21-Oct-2018 21:18
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nzkc:

True Facts: Carnivorous Plants


Pretty funny!  Also probably not 100% true...or factual.



It's a perfect example of one of nature's most fundamental rules: If there is a hole, something will crawl up in it, and poop in it

Too funny :)

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  #2112834 23-Oct-2018 18:05
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Peter Jackson colourises World War One footage

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  #2112841 23-Oct-2018 18:22
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inside New Zealand's rocket factory, "Rocket Lab"


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  #2114373 26-Oct-2018 12:47
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  #2114987 27-Oct-2018 15:13
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Unusual channel.

very long videos of various pop rock songs, made into lullabies, good for kids ... and parents.

https://www.youtube.com/user/JohnMcClungMusic/videos

Check out this version of "The Nightmare Before Christmas" "Halloween Lullaby for Babies"


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  #2118954 3-Nov-2018 13:19
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Not a YouTube video but pretty epic. In any case, I am sure our media won't show it. The bit at the end where the bus goes over is not for kids or sensitive souls.

 

 

 

 





I don't think there is ever a bad time to talk about how absurd war is, how old men make decisions and young people die. - George Clooney
 


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  #2121761 7-Nov-2018 19:26
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KJ Apa Teaches You New Zealand Slang
Vanity Fair

1.4 million views! Go New Zealand!






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  #2123425 10-Nov-2018 19:36
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ecigarettes targeting young? huge crackdown & ban around the corner as Juul debate escalates...


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  #2125348 14-Nov-2018 09:50
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  #2125382 14-Nov-2018 09:54
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The Chili's have some great music videos. Some of the previous artists I have linked music videos for they immitate in this video. Keep an eye our for Kurt, Bowie (ziggy stardust), Freddie, Elvis and the list goes on. I have no idea how but these guys smash out all their songs to such a high standard and they are all so good to listen to. Like most bands have 2-3 tracks per album that are good but the Chili's are the ONLY group i can listen to and never skip a single song.
Their music videos are really well put together. 


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