Tuesday, March 1, 2016


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Amongst the waste of taxpayers money that plays out under the title of questions for oral answer  on most days our parliament sits, comes a doozy from the refugee from the McGillycuddie Serious Party that trivialised our electoral system in the days before MMP made such idiotic behaviour so much higher profile

2 METIRIA TUREI to the Minister for Building and Housing: Will the Residential Tenancies Amendment Bill guarantee that no New Zealand renter will live in a cold, damp, mouldy house that makes them sick; if not, why not.

What a gormless, inane, total rubbish manipulation of the system to seek five minutes of fame.

How can any housing provider private, NGO  or state prevent:
A seriously intentioned criminal from contaminating any dwelling with amphetamine,
A retarded tenant  allowing filth to accumulate encouraging cockroaches and other vermin,
A tenant too lazy to do what our mums did before insulation was discovered and air the home,
A tenant  allowing accumulated water condensation  growing mould by avoiding  a quick wiping dry,
Sickness from a retarded approach to nutrition, basic clothing care and sensibly managing health risks,
The equally retarded current squeeze from changing the Harley oil in the family room,
Gross stupidity that pervades too many retarded welfare consuming mongs demonstrating their ignorance.

Running a dehumidifier costing around $200 will run to around 70 cents a day when high humidity is a problem easily covered with a hold the chips order or substituting some fizzy  with tap water.

In a very few words Material Girl you just cant legislate for stupidity  and if you weren't so freakin thick you would not reveal your stupidity, by  making a fool of yourself in asking.
"Better to remain silent and be thought stupid than open your gob and remove all doubt".


Anonymous said...

For Christ sake sell the bloody place Dodger. The isolation is getting to you. Either that or a bottle of the 2009 vintage was corked.

Lord Egbut

The Veteran said...

Egbut ... I fail to see the relevance of your comment to the post.

gravedodger said...

It appears personal Vet and Poor old legup has not caught up with the fact that beginning around 2003 the NZ Viticulture industry has adopted Stelvin caps and by 2009 there were very few bottles corked with the accompanying higher risk of spoilage.
Clearly old legup's brain is protected by a cork and spoilage is becoming increasingly obvious.