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    Abo wrote:
    The biggest outrage is that somehow a metal bar costs 300k
    I think the $300k is the entire installation, not just the bar which seems about right to me.

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    Flog the ****wit with it to teach him a lesson

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    Im slightly impressed that he was able to climb it without someone having a mental breakdown and screaming at him..

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    I see the council is going to the police over it. I can't wait for the court transcript of him trying to argue that it wasn't intentional.

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    purplez wrote:
    Flog the ****wit with it to teach him a lesson
    I think the bar itsself already did that.

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    Yeah, but I want another video for my justice porn stash

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    Do you ever get used to the horizontal rain? Been here a few months now and its still weird as shit

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    Yup. It doesn't count as a breezy day, unless you have to hold on to the ground.

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    **** off mother nature.

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    Bloodline wrote:
    **** off mother nature.
    Bahahaha, this. I got soaked walking to work.

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    A little bit of rain never killed anyone important.

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    Little bit of rain, and err thing goes cray.

    I walked past what I thought was a homeless person on the corner of Stout Street this morning. Turned out, a woman must've slipped and twisted her ankle. There were about 6 people huddled around, and a parking warden on the radio, assuming asking for an ambulance.

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    Haisley wrote:
    I walked past what I thought was a homeless person on the corner of Stout Street this morning. Turned out, a woman must've slipped and twisted her ankle. There were about 6 people huddled around, and a parking warden on the radio, assuming asking for an ambulance.
    I've been in this situation, on Te Aro park about 10ish years ago. The ambulance call center just hears "twisted ankle" and gives it a low priority. They took an hour to arrive.

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    House burning to the ground in Island Bay. Shiiiiiiit.

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    whereabouts Soui?

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/107...e-in-lyall-bay - this one?

    Sad Looks like the house got taken out fully.
    Last edited by Infuriation; 12th October 2018 at 3:05 pm. Reason: nvm:found it

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    Haisley wrote:
    Little bit of rain, and err thing goes cray.

    I walked past what I thought was a homeless person on the corner of Stout Street this morning. Turned out, a woman must've slipped and twisted her ankle. There were about 6 people huddled around, and a parking warden on the radio, assuming asking for an ambulance.
    lame, just call a taxi not an ambulance. people are stupid.

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    Speaking of rain, why are long raincoats not a thing? Literally nothing anywhere below mid thigh. I don't want to get to work smelling like wet sheep :/

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    Boreas wrote:
    Speaking of rain, why are long raincoats not a thing? Literally nothing anywhere below mid thigh. I don't want to get to work smelling like wet sheep :/
    Hadn't thought of this. I wouldn't mind an 1800s raincoat.

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    Boreas wrote:
    Speaking of rain, why are long raincoats not a thing? Literally nothing anywhere below mid thigh. I don't want to get to work smelling like wet sheep :/
    blame pedos/flashers.

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    Anyone go and check out the Leopard Seal on Petone beach yesterday? I wen't and had a look as it was only a few minutes walk from my house. The Seal was fkn massive. I'd hate to see the thing if I was in the water. I'd estimate it to be 2.5 metres long and around 300kg.

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    Boreas wrote:
    Speaking of rain, why are long raincoats not a thing? Literally nothing anywhere below mid thigh. I don't want to get to work smelling like wet sheep :/
    Put on some rain pants, or better yet get an ultralight rain kilt.

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    Anyone had a blat on the Onzo bikes yet?

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    Nah but I walk past about 15 of them on Willis street every morning. I think a bunch if students use them to get to the hostels.

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    I'll stick to driving my Audi A3 Mevo.

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    What's the deal with the onzos?

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    They are the new town bike.