Monthly Archives: October 2015

New Zealand’s Hottest Broadcasters II

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Last year I wrote a heartfelt blog post about the weapons-grade heat being emitted by some of our broadcasters, be they television, radio or print media. We’ve since had flag debates, housing debates, debates about what’s fit for tele, and currently we are having all-important rugby debates. How I love them. But one thing remains assured, one thing that’s not… Read more »

Destiny’s Child: The New Jesus

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  Who is your Jesus? As Depeche Mode once semi-successfully said; Jesus is someone to hear your prayer, someone who cares. I have encountered different kinds of Jesus over the years. Firstly, let me just say; I am almost a fully-blown atheist. The ‘almost’ part is the agnostic remains, sitting patiently, waiting for that bolt of evidence to shake me… Read more »

Brut 33 as Motivational Discourse

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  Surely Liam Messam, and any guy in this country, knows of the Brut 33 curse? Worn only by year 12 students to the school formal in 1986—because a few droplets, only, remained in dad’s glass bottle on the glass shelf in the bathroom—Liam has taken a massive leap of faith to make the scent equivalent of Jamaican rum and… Read more »