Jaymann comments

Posted in: U.S. to host Rugby World Cup for 1st time; Australia gets 2027, 2029 events See in context

Ah, no it isn’t. The Olympics and the World Cup are way bigger

ahhhh, so that's 2 - did they not say #3?

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Posted in: New ‘Doctor Who’ star is ‘Sex Education’ actor Ncuti Gatwa See in context

I'm out

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Posted in: Elon Musk reaches deal to buy Twitter for $44 bil See in context

A great day for proponents of free speech and a slap in the face of the woke left. All in all - a beautiful day to be a Twitter user.

and b y the way Hiro: He overpaid for that garbage. It not even worth half that amount. Is literally just a app for people to post a quick picture, video and text. With that kind of money, he could literally pull several nations out of their economic woes.

You clearly don't use Twitter at all if that is what you believe.

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Posted in: Don't call him CEO: Jack Dorsey says he's 'Block Head' now See in context

Looking forward to him leaving the board when Elon Musk takes over Twitter and restores freedom of speech to the platform

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Posted in: France beat England 25-13 to seal Grand Slam in style See in context

England looked very poor. They seem to have no real attacking ideas. France were strong in set-piece facets but their skill-level was average. Both these teams are quite beatable.

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Posted in: Saudi Arabia puts 81 to death in its largest mass execution See in context

Capital punishment is utterly barbaric, in any country. It is a mark of a civilised country not to use on its citizens

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Posted in: 3D printing a house in less than 24 hours — Japanese company meets its goal See in context

The concept is great - but they still sound too expensive. You'd need 5 or 6 of them at least in a modular grouping to be useful for a family.

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Posted in: Sadako now has her own YouTube channel See in context

This is almost funny.. It needs a touch of the Taika Waititi and it could work

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Posted in: Air New Zealand unveils huge loss, warns worse to come See in context

If only they still had Christopher Luxon in charge. Mind you, as he clearly odds-on favourite to be Prime Minister in 2023 - in some ways he will be in charge of Air NZ again.

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Posted in: More protesters expected at thinning New Zealand blockade See in context

It certainly is interesting watching the media arm of the Labour party trying and failing to paint these freedom protesters as white supremacists and whatever else kind of boogeymen the left are currently obsessing over. Yes, there are some 'crazies' in the crowd for sure. Anyone who has taken time to go down and walk through the protest can quickly see it is mostly concerned, happy people (overwhelmingly left-wing themselves) tired and upset over government overreach in NZ. And now that the high court have ruled that mandates are illegal; and now that the measures of the Ardern government are so clearly failing - well, it is only a matter of time before many of the measures are abandoned for good. Sadly, the horrendous cost to NZ will endure for many years to come.

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Posted in: Japan to push controversial mine for UNESCO World Heritage See in context

This is in extremely poor taste.

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Posted in: Sexton calls on Irish to avenge All Blacks World Cup thumping See in context

It was such a stunning display of power by NZ that day - more of the same please :)

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Posted in: All Blacks rack up records in 47-9 win over Italy See in context

Hard to decide who was worse. The utterly uninspiring Italians, the error-ridden second-stream AB side, or the appalling officials? All conspired to make this a dog of a game.

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Posted in: Ireland thrash below-par Japan 60-5 See in context

Great play by Ireland's kiwis. Three tries to their imports

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Posted in: Alec Baldwin says fatal shooting was 'one in a trillion': TMZ See in context

Immediately showing that baldwin has a poor understanding of statistics

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Posted in: All Blacks run in 7 tries in 54-16 rugby rout of Wales See in context

NZ are certainly the best team in world rugby right now

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Posted in: 'Growing' Springboks on a roll heading into European tour See in context

Oh please, they've lost 4 of their last 9 tests. NZ remains the team to beat

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Posted in: New Zealand drops 'COVID zero' goal after Delta outbreak See in context

Ardern thereby confirming that she no idea what she is doing. The country has printed itself to a standstill, inflation is rising, democratic process is calmly disregarded by the labour government while the media (bailed out by the same government) keeps telling everyone the situation is all roses.

Just like her now infamous: "eliminate child poverty" promise/lie, so goes her elimination of covid 'strategy'.

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Posted in: New Zealand’s largest city to remain locked down See in context

This has been disastrous for NZ. The economy has been wrecked and despite our naturally small, isolated islands managing to delay the inevitable the endemic nature of the virus means this has been nothing more than an expensive exercise in futility. Ardern must be called to account for her incompetence.

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Posted in: All Blacks beat Argentina 36-13 See in context

Same as it ever was. I had predicted that NZ would return to #1 after their first meeting with SA post-RWC. It would have been in 2020 if not for covid. Who would have guessed it would happen before they even played.

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Posted in: A strenuously woke ‘Cinderella,’ for the #MeToo era See in context

sounds appallingly bad

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Posted in: Ireland to host All Blacks, Japan and Pumas in November See in context

and the first since both NZ and Japan pummelled them in the RWC

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Posted in: New Zealand selects transgender athlete Hubbard for Olympic women's weightlifting team See in context

it's so sad that women's sport is being ruined by biological men, purely to appease the 'feels' of a tiny minority. As a NZer, I feel indifferent towards Hubbard's identity, he can call himself whatever she pleases. But for the poor women that must compete against him - it is just sad that sports' institutions accept this.

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Posted in: Meet Aloma: the Japanese male idol group cheering on moms through the trials of child-rearing See in context

I for one am really happy to see Beta-males get their own pointless boy-band.

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Posted in: New Zealanders return to homes after 3 quakes trigger small tsunami waves See in context

Slept through it...

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Posted in: 2 Americans wanted in Ghosn's escape now in Japanese custody See in context

Wow, looking at some of these posts it's like the North Korean justice system is better than Japan's. Like in Japan they force you to talk by pulling out fingernails and drilling into your kneecaps. And the US system is complicit in the torture of these fine people

Japan's justice system is full of documented physical and mental torture cases.

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Posted in: 2 Americans wanted in Ghosn's escape now in Japanese custody See in context

Tremendously sad news. Japan's highly flawed and racist justice system will ensure they are not given a just or civilised trial.

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Posted in: New Zealand Maori leader ejected from parliament for not wearing tie See in context

two of NZ's very worst parliamentarians arguing past each other in a complete bonfire of vanities. The moronic Mallard and the ultra-precious Waititi. Waititi continues his ranting of racist exceptionalism and Mallard just keeps being Mallard; now universally considered the worst Speaker in our history.

Neckties may well be anachronistic and silly - but parliament was surveyed, and voted in majority (across parties) to keep them. But, of course, a radical like Waititi wants to be seen as special. How far is he willing to go? Would he give up his huge taxpayer funded salary to quit in a principled stance? Or will he just whip out the tired, boorish old trope about maori exceptionalism? It's a trick question: he will do the latter.

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Posted in: Scotland end 38-year Twickenham jinx to beat England See in context

A result that we can all get behind and enjoy

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Posted in: 'We must end this uncivil war,' Biden says, taking over a U.S. in crisis See in context

Congratulations America on ending racism ;)

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