Quinovic said I stole a hose. It was the last straw in a two month ordeal to end lease agreement.
I unashamedly admit to being a nerd – in fact, of the names I get called on a daily basis, that one is by far the nicest. I’m also a student of politics who has no particular loyalty to any party. It’s because of these two things, Kim, that I feel an overwhelming need to grab you by those mountainous figurative shoulders and figuratively slap some literal sense in to you.
Regardless of any other motives you may have around your extradition, I have absolutely no doubt that you believe what you are doing is best for New Zealand’s internet policy. After all, a lot of the things you believe in would be wonderful for this country — for example, a competitor for the Southern Cross cable. Continue reading →
Hi, my name is Jackson.
Today I’ve been sober for one year — 365 days. Continue reading →
Three more Twitter OIAs have come through from Nikki Kaye, Tony Ryall, and Paula Bennett.
His answer is short and to the point
“I have sent no Direct Messages (or DMs) from my Twitter account.”
Check out the original post for links to the other MPs.
“she runs her Twitter account in her capacity as an MP. For that reason it is not subject to the Official Information Act.”
Here is the full response.
I guess this reinforces the sometimes blurry line between what Members of Parliament do as MPs and what they do as Ministers.
Also, although Collins tweets about her role as Minister that doesn’t necessarily mean she is using it for official correspondence. I imagine that Ministers hat swapping can be quite tedious.
Thanks Judith for the prompt response, look forward to tweeting you soon. Hopefully you’ll even tell me I’m right again.
@_jjw_ Thank you. That's exactly right.
— Judith Collins (@JudithCollinsMP) June 12, 2013
Leon does pretty much what the name on the website says. You ask him to “draw me a…” and then he does it.
I asked Leon to draw me a caricature of me. Here is the bloody awesome result.