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Saturday, 18 May 2013
Wednesday, 17 April 2013
Thursday, 14 March 2013
I moved on to the Wellington area and met a Maori woman off the internet and have been together 2 years. Wellington is a slight improvement but not much. It's still ran by the local mafia who like mostly drinking all your money with the false promise of a job at the end... Kids have little or no respect for adults. I have several times seen young kids stealing shopping trolleys, things like this, with no discipline from parents. People here like to use all your stuff, like computers, phones, motorbike, car whatever. It is similar to living in Shetland, where my house is yours type setup. The only real good thing about NZ is the weather, however your average Kiwi doesn't make use of it at all and likely lives off fish 'n chups and a satellite tv connection. Recently the NZQA walked off the job, so there is no governing certification body here at all. In other words, certs gained in this country are invalid. Indeed a teacher here was recently arrested for child offences. Also there was a large dispute over the teaching pay system, with some employees not being paid in months whilst others were overpaid, with debt collectors now chasing them for money. Average wise, most people are unemployed, with no regular satisfactory income which is why a large majority of young kiwis emigrate to Australia in the hope of better wages (which i have been there, indeed wages are slightly better but not by leaps and bounds.) All the oil work in New Plymouth dried up in the 80's with no driving industry to replace it. Otherwise it's a relatively safe place.
Tuesday, 4 December 2012
The first is a recording of driving game called GRID which came out about 2007. I don't think there are many better driving games than this out just now. Indeed Gran Turismo on the PSX is the better game, but on the PC this is about as good as it gets. Check these graphics out running on built in GMA3000, incredible...
The other posting is of John Daleys Prostroke golf, which is a great game also. It's only competitor is Tiger Woods 12. Both games are about equal in actual "fun" factor, if you are into golf at all...
Here's a small video of the Beta, unless it's already out yet, who knows, but it's pretty much the same as the old version, which is a good thing really...
Monday, 26 November 2012
We finally got the painting approved and work can commence now.
During watching small episodes of TV it appears there is a film here being launched tonight or tommorow. I can't say i'm impressed with the disease it will spread, although i'm sure it is well produced. I tend to steer well clear of launches due to the intense hype generated.
The international situation doesn't seem to improve any.
Kids now looking for jobs when there are none, adults looking for work when there is none, teachers not getting paid, people not doing their jobs.
Only today did i get a proper quote for getting the bins emptied on a weekly cycle...
Anyways, not a lot else to piece together for now. The UK weather has went haywire again, due to everyone's selfishness and reliance on petrol. The same thing will happen in NZ like it did in Aus, but we might hold out a few months longer, who knows. My opinion is at the world rate of fuel consumption it's possible that we will get maybe 3 or 4 months completely clear of bad weather, then it will probably reach here too causing localised flooding. Best to grab these films before they are all soaked to bits and unwatchable.