No Punches Pulled
Laughter – the best medicine
Sir Bob Jones
July 1, 2021
I shouldn’t poke fun at STUFF but by God they ask for it.
They’ve just issued a media release boasting about their “strong circulation growth with their community newspapers”.
They give the bloody things away for God’s sake.
Still filling the bins !!
During winter months i.e. fire season. I imagine free newspaper circulation increases seven fold as one paper is ideal for fire starting. Mea culpa.
Circulation means nothing of course, especially to advertisers. It’s just tonnage. The real question is does anybody read the bloody things…
Yes Bob, we get a free one here from them. It’s fairly priced for what it’s worth, I guess, but they persistently mix obscure or ambiguous Maori words throughout an English text with an overdose of woke/Maori/green/trans wow-woo.
How do I make it stop.
I think your being a little bit unkind SB.
The wonderful people at Stuff are providing a great source of material for the lighting of my coal burning open fire. Many of my knitting group friends intend using their log and coal burners more often as power prices increase. We understand that power is now produced using imported coal, so the net effect will be no more harmful to our environment. These Green people are very clever and we understand now why our government has subsidised Stuff in providing an affordable source of heating. Especially good for people on fixed income or benefit.
Would it be possible though, for the print ink used to be of a slightly less toxic concentration, as the paper is often damp from lying on the ground or in an amongst the local environment.
Thank you SB and please learn to be a little bit more thoughtful.
I am grateful they do, I need the newsprint to light the fire.
I empty the letterbox when I put out the recycling. Hence the community newspapers are easily dealt with.
NZ STUFF IS ALWAYS BULL SHIT FROM THE LEFT (DUMBING EVERYONE DOWN TO 1984 GEORGE ORWELL STYLE!)
Yes Michael, Orwell’s Animal Farm as well,especially the sentence “all animals are equal but some are more equal than others”.