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    Thread: Vegetarianism? Life style or belief system?

    I don't have access to great meat at the moment so I joined a vegan and vegetarian recipes group on Facebook... joined for the recipes, stayed for the drama, because holy shit do vegans seem to love...

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    Thread: The price of coke

    500 tsh (around 0.35 nzd) is standard for a glass 355ml bottle of coke here in Tanzania. But you get a 200 tsh discount if you swap the empty bottle for another one. 1.5l is $1 max.

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    Thread: Motorbike advice

    I think I may have found the answer...

    https://rideexpeditions.com/bmw-g310-gs-review-adventure-light/

    It's made in India to BMW's spec by TVS, which is the Indian company that made my current...

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    Thread: Motorbike advice

    Yeah I've been riding for a couple of years but only on scooters and smaller bikes. I want to work my way up, but it seems like there's only dirtbikes and huge adventure bikes here

    I might be...

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    Thread: Motorbike advice

    I do like the look of the Himalayan but unfortunately it isn't available in Tanzania where I am now. I'm stuck with mostly big adventure bikes or smaller dirt bikes unfortunately.

    Do you have any...

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    Thread: Motorbike advice

    Hi all,

    I'm looking at getting a new motorbike soon. I had a semi-auto scooter for a year, then moved country and for the past couple of months, I've been riding a TVS HLX 150 - basically a cheap,...

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    Thread: Objecting to Gun Confiscation

    Because of one case that happened in the USA, NZ cops aren't trustworthy with guns. Sure.


    Perhaps you can legally shoot them in the States (but good luck with surviving the aftermath of that)...

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    Thread: Objecting to Gun Confiscation

    And your point is...? If it's that police shouldn't have guns, then fair enough. If your point is that citizens should be armed, which I suspect is where you were going with that, then this is a...

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    Thread: Recipes with non-perishables

    Potentially. I'm living at my workplace - there's vege gardens here already but their purpose is feeding locals. Will ask if I can claim a corner though. Good idea, thanks!


    When I last visited...

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    Thread: Best lowcost small town in NZ to live?

    Ahhh, Dunedin's retirement village.

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    Thread: Recipes with non-perishables

    Hmm, I'll look into the zeer fridge - might be onto a winner there. Appreciate the tip. I also love kimchi - didn't realise it was so easy to make, so will look into that. Most of the recipes I've...

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    Thread: Recipes with non-perishables

    I have a bit of a challenge for you all. Where I currently live, I don't have a freezer, and power is very unreliable (I usually have power for 3-4 days a week), so I can't really rely on the fridge...

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    Thread: And I still call Australia a hole

    Obligatory Planet Earth: Bin Chicken.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4dYWhkSbTU

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    Thread: Stream of HOSciousness Transfer Station (NSFW)

    In a strange twist of fate I've ended up in a Sunday afternoon whisky drinking group with the first general of the Tanzanian Army who led the country to independence in the 60's (and then...

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    Thread: Vegetarianism? Life style or belief system?

    My parents' golden lab grazes their lawn like a sheep.

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    Thread: Stream of HOSciousness Transfer Station (NSFW)

    I have a 2014 Macbook Air, and that's it.

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    Thread: Vegetarianism? Life style or belief system?

    Oh God, this thread is a blast from the past and not the good kind.


    Probably the most honest thing I said in here.

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    Thread: China. What a great country

    There seems to be a bit of a divide between being part Chinese (which, as you say, isn't seen as a negative thing), and "the Chinese" (ie. those that have come over to fund construction projects,...

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    Thread: China. What a great country

    No surprise there. What you're looking at is primarily a map of corrupt countries. Those GOVERNMENTS may support what China is doing, because politicians benefit immensely.

    As above, Cambodia is...

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    Thread: China. What a great country

    Stop giving it media attention. ISIS were quite open about this, and had a very skilled and effective media team (hence why their videos were so polished).

    Their aim was to create an "us and them"...

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    Thread: China. What a great country

    Even Otres is pretty ****ed now. Koh Rong and Koh Rong Samloen will be next, along with Kampot.

    This is a street in Sihanoukville.

    http://iforce.co.nz/i/ct4yhoeh.tuy.jpeg

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    Thread: China. What a great country

    We have an identical thread here with close to 500 pages talking about how ****ed the "white" superpower is. It's hardly racist to discuss how ****ed up China is as well, if that's what you were...

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    Thread: China. What a great country

    There's a town down on the coast of Cambodia called Sihanoukville. Until ~5 years ago it was a (mostly) ok beach town, blighted only by a bunch of gross sexpats and some Russian mafia who mostly kept...

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    Thread: Australia.

    Absolutely. Although interestingly it hasn't really been the differences between Western society and where I am now that has been the eye-opener, it's the similarities. People are basically the same...

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    Thread: Australia.

    That's a question with a reeeeeally long answer haha.

    But in short:

    - I only really get enjoyment out of doing work that helps other people, and it's easy to find that work in developing...

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