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"His death comes two months after the death from a heart attack of fellow wing James Small, who also played in the 1995 final. Williams is the fifth member of that squad to die, following Small, the coach Kitch Christie, scrum-half Joost van der Westhuizen and flanker Ruben Kruger."Maybe they ate the food from Suzie the waitress...
Surely coincidence but weird coincidence all the same.
(NZ lets no grudge die - see also Wayne Barnes and underarm bowling)
Either your sentencing policy is f*cked, or there isn't one, or your lower judiciary are out of control.Yeah. Wealthy white people in generally rural or "polite" areas tend to get a very different flavour of justice to other people. Networks are worth a lot.
And, of course, that enables racists to point at Maori and say "look how criminal they are."
It's nice here, but no paradise.
Don't be an arse. This movement are the biggest bunch of frothing at the mouth squealing moaners the country has ever seen. You should hear them whine on the radio, talking over people with their non fact based idiocy, like they're some sort of sage for our times...but in the style of a teenage shoplifter begging for mummy.
They behave as un-Britishly as the source of their propaganda and policy objectives.
Expect nothing short of tantrums.
Well, duh. I was being decidedly disingenuous. I am, however, unlikely to stop being an arse.
It's very windy again AND IT DEFINITELY IS.
You should come to Wellington. It's another of those places that, when it's not windy, people feel the need to tell each other.
I thought this incarnation was better than the Thandie Newton one. It almost descended into cliche for the conclusion but managed to avoid it.
It was not. It did not. But it was still largely very entertaining.
How much fishing involved?
No more nor less than is necessary to tell the story
I didn’t know that there was a Romper Stomper television show. Any good? I am guessing Mangeout may be the most likely one to have seen it.
I have not, sorry. I only have Netflix these days
the emotional depths of Pixar.
Inside Out and Up (OK, the first 5 minutes) are almost uncomfortable viewing for this, and every non-Cars Universe movie has delivered something potent. Yes, I am aware of the argument that all Pixar movies take place in the same universe.
(Although I'd maintain that the 2 gut-punches and astonishing rite-of-passage sequences in Spiderverse are around a similar level)
Therefore, it's wrong and fun to judge people for liking/disliking the wrong TV/movies etc
I like Spiderman films.
I thought it was ok. Not great. Just ok.
I'm amazed you're ranking it as the best film you've ever seen.
That's nice. Your amazement and lack of reading comprehension aren't really my problem though.
Nobody *needs* to see it - ultimately it's just a coming-of-age story. But it's beautiful, unusually styled, well-acted, exciting, funny, has great musical choices, a well-structured script and plot, and Nicolas Cage going the Full Nicolas Cage.
According to their latest results, they have strongly increased revenue from their Australian and US offerings, so they seem to be doing something right.
I guess there's a market for lefty liberal stuff in those markets.
First Dog On The Moon is worth a subscription on its own