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Comment on ‘how to beat anxiety without medication’.. by John W

Wed, 25 Apr 2018 23:06:31 +0000

A good article. Most people live in a world of induced fear often from strident political ideology forcing negative changes in their life just for the profit of others. It is hard to handle anxiety when you don;t know where your meals will come from of where you will be next week because of deliberate economic decisions made by rich and powerful players feeding their fat wallets. There are much better ways a society can foster humanity.



Comment on ask a lawyer – online – and for free.. by John W

Tue, 10 Apr 2018 11:02:03 +0000

Whoever has the car can call the shots. Collateral would be needed before the car moves from the owner's possession. It sound like she may not be able to afford the car. An agreement won't give you money unless you have it properly drawn up and are prepared to take it to court. Then you can't get money if she has none. The car would have to be insured in your name and that would need to be paid for. Insurance can be easily invalidated. There are many traps. Seller beware.



Comment on ask a lawyer – online – and for free.. by Daniel Graham

Sun, 08 Apr 2018 01:54:41 +0000

i want to sell my friend a car. she wants to pay it off $100 a week over 18 months which i am fine with. What kind of legal documents would i need to write up so that she is legally obligated to pay.



Comment on would you like some microplastics with that bottled water..? by editor

Tue, 20 Mar 2018 22:53:53 +0000

ed; the plastics industries have a lot to answer for/to - and they wreaked such havoc in such a short time..



Comment on would you like some microplastics with that bottled water..? by John W

Fri, 16 Mar 2018 23:12:37 +0000

It is strange how the public and press reaction to this plastic ingestion is so confined to bottled water. Most of the public have been fed out of plastic since they were born. The only thing that is new is a study has been made public. Plastic has been widely shown to break down into small particles that can combine with other compounds and substances and many of these combinations trigger human system reactions similar to some human hormones creating unhealthy reactions with some being identified but the vast and complex problem has not been acknowledged by the business profiteers not health industry. Plastic is toxic and we cannot escape it due to widespread plastic pollution through out the shelves of supermarkets, fridges and cupboards, rubbish bins, wildernesses, streams and seas as well as teh air we breathe; and we are not doing anything effective about it currently. MSM is not even talking about change away from plastic. Beverages in bottles are still produced in plants that use plastic. Most plastics give off gases that impregnate food we eat. The day of getting goods in a paper bag or wrapped in brown paper held by string have passed without a murmur about the consequences. Imported foods rank high in the packaging stakes. Tinned goods often are exposed to linings in the tin. Most processed food has had exposure to plastics. I have two friends who eat only what they grow as organically as possible. They are regarded as strange people as well they might be to some. Most of us are at the mercy of commercial supply of foodstuffs for our lifeline. Financial constraints caused by the shape of our top down investor parasitism condemns us to plastic pollution and a range of other environmental and social destruction that it takes little effort to see. Unfortunately many need help to lever themselves away from convenience and look at more fundamental analysis of what is being done to them and their community/societal health. Health information is tightly controlled by a wall of commercial interests. For every bit of sound information a plethora of ads, ignorant journalist parrots and commercial lies prevail.



Comment on “..The iwi power rankings: who are the most powerful iwi in 2013?..” by Anonymous

Thu, 08 Mar 2018 01:57:01 +0000

HI im nate and I have no pubes cos I burned it off with deoderent and fire



Comment on ‘why a meat tax is a good idea’… by editor

Wed, 07 Mar 2018 04:38:01 +0000

you don't need to go vegan like me kevyn - 'cos shortly both plant-based and lab-grown cruelty-free meats of all sorts will be hitting the market..all you have to do is to switch to them..easy as...and as for potent examples of the benefits to be had from a vegan diet such as the one i follow - yesterday i visited a friend who i have known for about 18 yrs...he is 81 yrs old..and when i arrived at his place he was just finishing a long session on the chainsaw..he looks pretty much the picture of health and is the picture of health..like me..he is no meds of any sort...and is fit/strong..both in body and mind...he is pretty much my role-model..and he has been vegan for over 50 years..so..y'know..!..meat and animal-fats'll kill ya..eh..? and yes..that it is much cheaper is a positive factor..and it is those economic-imperatives more than any moral-issues/concerns that will drive the ending of animal-slavery.. and that is fine by me...i don't care how we get there - as long as we get there.. and also of some interest is a telling i had concerning a recent animal-farming conference in wellington..where the guest of honour was the ceo of one f the biggest meat producing company in america - and he spent some of his time at the conference telling these fellow animal-farmers that their industry/business model is heading down the gurgler (or words to that effect.. i was much cheered by that news..



Comment on ‘why a meat tax is a good idea’… by Kevin Trye

Tue, 06 Mar 2018 20:33:20 +0000

Would be hard for many, me included, to become vegan. But eliminating all pork and beef from our diets a good first step. I see even macdonalds is experimenting with vege-based meat replacement, but like most greedy corporates, more as a cost-saving measure, not for any concern of our health or the planet.



Comment on ‘bernie may run again’.. by editor

Wed, 28 Feb 2018 19:43:32 +0000

ed: bernie or elizabeth warren would suit me/the world just fine..



Comment on ‘are hydrogen cars the future?’..  by editor

Wed, 28 Feb 2018 19:21:36 +0000

ed: much like the recent development of a universal conversion to electric for any bike - it clips on..i see conversion kits for the current vehicle fleets as perhaps the most sustainable way forward..and whoever invents them will do very well..