Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Modern Women

I'm sure they think that Washing, Ironing and Bonking are cities in China!

None of the above seem to be happening around here...

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

For Sunday

This event could easily be moved to Father's Day! Sure beats the hell out of more crap from the Warehouse!

Monday, August 28, 2006

Transporting aggro scumbags

Here is one way of dealing with stroppy inmates!

When transporting them about- They need to be kept in line- This little gadget would do the trick nicely!

It would have the added benefit of upsetting the sensitivities of all the bleeding-heart softcock do-gooders too!

Sunday, August 27, 2006

Bleeding Heart Lawyers?- No- bottom-feeders smelling the trough...

"The family of the teenage prisoner killed in custody could have a case for compensation.... Prisoner compensation lawyer Tony Ellis says the family could have a case under the Bill of Rights. He will soon be testing whether it is possible to sue for death in custody in another case, for the family of a prisoner who committed suicide in jail. He says official inquiries need to be carried out first, but some further action should be taken...."

Story Here:

Are these lawyers bleeding heart crim-lovers? I doubt it.

They are lower than that.They are in it purely for their own pockets, snout buried firmly in the taxpayer's trough. As vile a group of parasites as the dole-as-a-lifestyle-choice camp!

If you wonder why so many plead guilty to an open & shut case or continuously appeal convictions, it's because these slime egg their scumbag and dim-witted 'clients' on with false hope.

But the lowlife lawyers still get their loot!

On a the subject of the death in custody, I have always been a firm believer that when transporting crims, they should be in individual cages in the back of a bus. Totally unable to get as each other. When in transit, they should also be shackled and those guarding them need some king of weapon to subdue them, in case of trouble. Tasers or stunners would be my prefered choice (OK, you readers now me better than that- It would actually be a .45 Auto or a shotgun!)

For the record, I have done many inmate transfers. If something goes down in the back of the van, there is NOTHING that can be done. To try and open up the back outside of a secure facility is (1) Bloody dangerous. (2) a sure-fire way to learn what your local WINZ office looks like.

We always seperated out those classified as 'youth offenders' from the others, but hell- they were just as bad as the adult scrotes most of the time. Corrections are being a bit sanctimonious saying that it would never have happened with them, though. Like they follow the rules to the letter every time!

This incident shouldn't have happened. One reason overlooked is that the (probable) killer had a record a mile long. He should have already gone to meet Jack Ketch.

I do feel sorry for the parents- I believe they just wanted to give him the 'short, sharp shock treatment. I would probably have done the same as them and refused his bail.

But- The Bottom Line?

Don't steal stuff! Prison is a dangerous environment!
Learn from this and don't go there...

Was it me or was it Blogger?

I have been unable to access any blogspot sites since Thursday.

I thoght it was a blogger problem, but access has mysteriously reappeared after I cleared all cookies and ran a spyware cleaner...

Who locked the bloody door?

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Overheard today...

One very young taxpayer-funded breeder moaning about how hard it is to get a grant or handout for her to buy whiteware for her new flat.

Hang on- Now how did I get the gear for my first abode?

That's right- like most of my readers, I had to do without until I SAVED THE DAMNED MONEY FROM MY WAGES!

It's so much easier today- there is always some outfit ready to leand money to almost anyone. If you can't define 'usary'- you probably qualify for easy money- just sign on the dotted line- no deposit required!

But no- easy finance is not what these sorts want. They NEED to be given it- it's a RIGHT to have a fridge and washing machine.

After all, it's for the baby (that we all have to pick up the tab for)

To keep our EARNINGS for us and our own would be selfish!

Now I need to find a bucket...

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

90 days- shape up or sod off!

The 90 day employment probation period bill.

This is a bill I support. (although I would rather the government just stayed the hell out and let the parties involved sort these matters out!)

For every uscrupulous employer out there, there is a busload of useless employees. As one who has too often had to put up with the terminally useless in the workplace, they piss me off as an emploer and as an employee.

They interview OK, say the right things and have the right bits of paper. Then before long you discover they aren't fit to shovel shit from one place to another. The sort that has a degree in engineering and can't pick up a screwdriver without stabbing himself.

We have one at the moment (see my previous post on 'Team Players')

Bloody useless. He needs an overseer with a bullwhip to get a day's work out of the idle sod. ( I have the bullwhip, but some law no doubt means 'The Snake' stays on my workshop wall)

Down through the years I have seen more than a few of them come and go. Usually they don't stay long- just a bit longer than that 'Grace" period most skilled jobs have, to allow a FNG to get up to speed. Then you get others that just won't leave. You can be sure they are usually up to the play with employment law, too!

The boss has to pay for these bastards, the other workers have to carry them. Neither of us want them.

For those who think whole workplaces will be laid off every 89 days- bollocks!

Only an idiot would do that (there are some of those out there, mind!) Reality is that recruiting and training is just too expensive- even for scut jobs. If temps are needed, they are employed on fixed-term contracts- far easier than going to the trouble of dotting the I's and crossing the T's on the paperwork to terminate them otherwise.

For the scenario posted on DF's Blog: "I've worked in cafes and restaurants where staff were hired only after working three eight-hour shifts for free (to assess your skill level, of course, despite being able to provide years' of experience, testimonials and a liquor manager's certificate) and had to buy uniforms/aprons etc... "

Tell them to get fucked!

I've heard of this and if the sort of people who work for these types just grew a pair and told them to sod off, it wouldn't happen for long. Grow backbones and stand up for yourselves!

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

I didn't vote for them!

What's the deal with Maori royalty?

They seem to be one of the better kept secrets around. I hear more about the goings-on of the Monaco royals in any given year.

I don't have a lot of time for any of them. They seem to only exist to provide filler for woman's magazines. Certainly, the NZ variety remain quieter than a backbencher a year off getting the full pension!

As regards providing leadership, they haven't been capable of leading starving wolves to meat.

It's time kings and queens moved into the history books as something we did before we knew better...

Monday, August 21, 2006

Notice periods

I could never see the point in having a useless staff member work out a period of notice.

While it might be tempting to have them doing the worst of the scut work for two weeks, the reality is they are better gone. Immediatly.

Our current one just sits about whinging like a busload of pommie tourists on a budget tour of a dry country. If he was a dog, I would have shot him, to put him out of his misery!

It serves no point to keep these sad sacks of shit. The minimal amounts of work you get out of them is at the cost of pissing all the decent staff off.

It just isn't worth it!

Sunday, August 20, 2006

Pistol day today!

I was asked, so here they are well, they would be but only one picture worked. Both look much the same, though.

One is the 'Target' model, the other with standard sights- both in stainless steel.

I would like one of the originals, but could use a new car first!

Saturday, August 19, 2006


A blog by an (understandably) anonymous magistrate in the UK


It came recommended by an ex-policeman so I had to take a look!

Friday, August 18, 2006

Things that can bugger up an otherwise good evening...

Your wife buying a kitset desk from Warehouse Stationary and trying to assemble it. More frustrating than a two-year old that insists "I do!" when you are in a hurry.

I find them easy- the red shed's desks & bookcases are actually quite well put-together kits.

However, kitsets and lesser mortals don't mix well.

I often wonder how many of these assemble yourself jobs wind up banished to the darkest conrers of the garage, behingd the old exercise equipment.

Steven Tindal probably does too and laughs all the way to the bank over that!

As usual, I wound up putting the damned thing together!

I could sell my services- I will assemble your kitset for, say- the same as the cost of the kit. But only if assemble has not been previously attempted!

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Why not?

Another solution to the prison population explosion.

An annual decimation!

All names go into a computer draw, with a weighting of one 'ticket' per conviction and one for every year of sentence they have recieved.

For example- if a scrote has committed seventy offenses for a total of ten years sentence time , he gets eighty chances in the draw!

All salvagable bodies organs are recycled.

I don't see why Liarbour would have a problem with this. Their pals in China run a similar scheme!

Little Johnny...

A teacher is explaining biology to her 4th grade students.

"Human beings are the only animals that stutter", she says. Little Johnny raises his hand. "I had a kitty-cat who stuttered", he volunteered.

The teacher, knowing how precious some of these stories could become, asked little Johnny to describe the incident.

"Well", he began, "I was in the back yard with my kitty and the rottweiler who lives next door got a running start and before we knew it, he jumped over the fence into our yard!

"That must've been scary", said the teacher.

"It sure was!", said the little Johnny. "My kitty went 'Fffff, Fffff, Fffff'... And before he could say "Fuck," the rottweiler ate him!"

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Cutting the prison population.

Bring back secure mental intitutions.

By my observations, about 1/3 of those locked up for any length of time are barking mad. They would have once resided in a secure mental institution, where they belong. Those were closed and they gravitated to the prisons. Ask any policeman about the time they waste in dealing with 'petty crimes' committed by the mentally ill!

Forget the bullshit about who closed what and when. Now is the time to do something about it. How many years in power does it need?

I can have some sympathy with the criminally insane- when comparing them with plain bad bastards, anyway. They should be kept in a more comfortable enviroment- the plain bad should get the army tent, armed guards & barbed wire facilities in the high country. Let the new gold-plated prisons be the secure mental institutions and house the scrotes out the back of Waiouru.

I'm sure the army has plenty of old leaky tents (I've spent more than a few nights in them!)- they could get new ones and the crims can have the old crap.

I'm sure the army would be of assistance in hunting down and shooting any runaways, too!

Monday, August 14, 2006

Stick this up ya jacksie, Geldof!

NZ ranks 6th for global contribution

2.30pm Monday August 14, 2006

New Zealand is ranked sixth out of the 21 richest nations -- beating Britain, the United States and France -- in a survey of countries helping to make the world a better, safer place to live.


The only thing thats 'pathetic' is you ya sad twat!

I like this Blogger!

Another blogger who's work I never miss is Cactus Kate!

If she was a Martini, she would be a huge glass of Waterloo Gin that sneers at the Vermouth and has scoffed the jar of olives!

Bloody brilliant stuff!

I would like to meet her, but I suspect that like with subcritical pieces of plutonium, we are probably better kept apart.

Sunday, August 13, 2006

You know you are getting older when...

You start noticing how many incredibly hot 45+ yrs women there are out there!

And how much more class they have than the size six bimbettes!

Saturday, August 12, 2006

Selective Preciousness

Moko Halloween tattoo pulled from US webstore
9.10pm Friday August 11, 2006

A fake Maori moko tattoo being sold on an American halloween website appears to have been pulled from the website after complaints from Maori it was insulting.


Gawd, you would think this was the only culture in the world that used the tattoo!

OK, so when are you going to get stuck into the gang members who make a mockery of Moko?

No time soon, I'm betting...

Do the maths!

Lindsay's blog has a piece on the percieved inequalities in domestic housework today.

This reminded me about a housework story. The wife was getting taken to task by her mother for her habit of bundling everything into the clothes dryer. (These machines- designed and made by MEN have done more to address the housework thing than any amount of whining about it!)

Anyway, the old girl was on about the cost of electricity and how much the dryer used.

The wife pointed out that the cost at the current rate this would be about $3-4 per week. 'Not a lot for my week's indulgence- less than a day's cigarette money for you!'


Friday, August 11, 2006

Apathetic Bloody Species!

Rates rise brings few complaints

Masterton ratepayers are either happily content or apathetic about their rate increase.
Very few have joined in the national cry "we can't afford it" by people throughout New Zealand faced with an increase in their rates.

David Paris, finance manager for Masterton District Council, said the rates department has found "little objection" to the Masterton average increase of 7.7per cent.
Nationally people are complaining about their property value increases being translated into a rates increase, without any consideration of how they are to afford the higher bills


There could be other reasons for the lack of an outcry in what is a low-income area. Something to do with coming from the shallow end of the gene pool.

Seriously, though this town has either agreed to or let happen a lot of expensive big-town projects. The most notable being the 'Aquatic Center' that they didn't need. Masterton already had a good pool and water slide- it just wasn't as flash as the ones found in Upper Hutt of Palmerston North. News flash!- small low income towns can't afford big city stuff!

More so when their basic infrastructure, sewerage for example, is totally inadequate and they are pumping shit into the local river!

As for an Art Center-FFS! how many of the local hillbillies will actually use it!

While you sheeple remain silent about the gold-plated projects driven by interest groups and THE COST TO YOU, this will KEEP HAPPENING.

Other people,s money is SO easy to spend!

I almost believe you deserve to have it happen to you...

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Keep your goddamn snout out!

Porirua first council to back anti-smacking bill

1.00pm Thursday August 10, 2006By Benjamin Heather

Porirua City Council last night became the first local authority in the country to fly its flag in support of the anti-smacking bill.

More Dribble here:

Goddamn councils should stick to what most ratepayers want them to do. Water, Sewerage, footpaths, mowing the park, removing rubbish.

Let's face it- they are so ineffective at delivering even these core services that these are usually contracted out. The average council 'worker' couldn't find his or her own arse with both hands and a GPS!

Third-rate engineers, lazy clerks and building inspectors that couldn't build a dog house.

What people are missing, is that everything like the latest saving us from ourselves campaign COSTS the RATEPAYER'S. That's us folks, and don't think that just because you rent, you ain't funding these chair-polishers.

Community this and that, safety programes, sister cities- they are all rorts designed around empire building and perks for the cronies funded by monet taken from YOU!

Ever noticed that it is a rates DEMAND?

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Sumo wrestling

Can there be a more pointless or revolting sport out there?

Two quivering mounds of blubber shoving each other, man-breasts jiggling.

It's not even interesting or exciting- getting shoved out of a circle after a minute of grunting and farting.

When you have a body like Fat Bastard's- please cover it up for the sake of humanity! Keep the goddamn kimono ON!

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Road rage

There are two kinds.

Those who cause it by driving like a maniac and those who do the same by being over (read super) cautious.

The wife got one today, by daring to drive slowly past a school at 3PM. As you should, if you have more than 2 brain cell in your hat storage rack. For the wanker in the black dorkmobile hatch- giving my wife the finger will get you bitch-slapped by someone who used to get paid for doing just that!

I got the other sort. They stopped their over-inflated roller skate in the middle of SH2, to wait for traffic in the other lane to go by, in order to drive on the wrong side of the road and avoid the flooding. Visibility was shit BTW.

I cut inside as an evasive move and put up a huge bow wave going through the water. (What's the fun in having a 4WD if you can't do that?)

But what moron stops in the middle of a state highway?- all they had to do was slow to the posted 30k to get through the puddle without drowning. If I had hit that pregnant snail, they would have been toast!

That pisses me off- when idiots put themselves in a position where I can kill them. If I'm going to kill someone, I would prefer it be because I want to make them dead!

Monday, August 07, 2006

What problem?

Above is the answer

The problem is Here:

Sunday, August 06, 2006

Happy Hiroshima Day

"...Tens of thousands of people from around the world gathered in Hiroshima on Sunday to pray for peace and urge the world to abandon nuclear weapons on the 61st anniversary of the first atomic bombing. Blah, blah, blah..."


Nuclear weapons have been all that have kept this world from tearing itself apart for the last sixty-odd years.

Japan collected two buckets of sunshine, compliments of the USA and they haven't been used since. Now if anyone had it coming to them, Japan did. Germany would have been on the the recieving end too, had they held out a bit longer. Instead, they got cities incinerated in firestorms, with an even greater loss of life.

The assault on Japan would have cost more than a million Allied troops. Better a couple of hundred thousand aggresors get the big firework. Before you start crying about the civilian population, do a little research on Japan's biological warfare unit and what they did to China- the legacy of which continues to today- just like with radiation.

Moral of the story?

Don't friggin' attack Pearl Harbour!

Saturday, August 05, 2006

From the 'Yeah-Right!" files...

National News


'UFO sightings' reported in Manawatu
4.00pm Friday August 4, 2006

Mystery surrounds a number of strange sightings in the Manawatu skies last night.
Several people have contacted Newstalk ZB claiming to have spotted a UFO after seeing lights darting around at speed.
One informant from Feilding said he saw lights doing strange manoeuvres which seemed to violate the law of physics.
Police have been at a loss to explain what the lights may have been.
The Wellington Observatory said a possible explanation could be a bright star low on the horizon but that did not account for the strange movements the lights were making.
Staff at Palmerston North's control tower offered the strongest explanation saying a couple of air force planes were flying around the area before 8 PM.

Now come on- do you think people will believe anything in the news?

Just how gullible do they think we are!

Air Force Planes?- flying?

What is this? 'The Twilight Zone'

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Again we take the gold-plated option!

$100 million for a chopper!

Bugger that!

Not that there is anything wrong with them, but we don't get many for OUR money.

What we have now works- we just need new ones and more.

Like these:

Let's get real- they are used here for SAR and civil defence more than anything else.

or is it not PC to buy from the US of A?