In this post I share a communication from an informant reporting that self-proclaimed bottom-end property developer Yusufa (Tom) Faye is 'still' as dodgy as they come. I also include supporting comment from others around town that have suggested less than satisfactory work standards are his style, thus the saying that leopards never change their spots applies. I then give my … [Read more...] about Tom Faye – Dodgy Is As Dodgy Does
In this post I share four recent events where I have encountered justifications that are based on immorality; people in power utilising it for nefarious purposes - the local council, crooked cops, a lying neighbour and a local legal firm. All actions appear on the surface to be justified but seeing the 'other side' of the equation brings proper balance. As always it is pride … [Read more...] about Bureaucratic Justifications – Two Laws
Scientific studies commenced more than a decade ago show that Lot's wife could easily have been turned into a pillar of salt - quite literally. Consider a meteorite exploding above ground, vapourising salty waters and leaving a devastated area worse than Nagasaki. Sound far-fetched? Perfectly reasonable, thus doubt it no more when you read their research. This one will blow you … [Read more...] about Hello History: Bye Bye Sodom & Gomorrah
A roofing contractor mate of mine says that steel supply has stopped to his industry. Oops! This is now serious . . . … [Read more...] about Musings 10 – Len Demler’s Autism
This post shares about self-centricity, a vitally important aspect of life to understand for genuine truth-seekers and this is not claiming that we need to give more at all. On the contrary, I say that it is by understanding others that we gain an increased understanding of who we are. The age-old proverb the Master quoted when talking about Capernaum, "Physician - heal … [Read more...] about Musings 9 – Understanding Self-centricity
I shared the pain of a mate of mine yesterday as she said her final goodbyes to her youngest son - cremated in Taumarunui. He'd gotten killed last week - hit by a car after dark in Manunui. He had his life ahead of him but he only made it 15 years. Sad, so I've tucked a few positives in from this week at the end. Enjoy. … [Read more...] about Musings 8 – Tama: The Tail End of a Taumarunui Funeral
Here is a response from Gab to the US Administrations requests for information, essentially saying, "Thanks but no thanks!" Putting this in common parlance, "F*** off and take your dopey harassment elsewhere!" It's a response of defiance that will not go down well with TPTB at all, at all, at all. As they say, if you stand for something noble, you stand against all ignoble! … [Read more...] about Musings 7 – Gab’s Response: Thanks, But No Thanks!
I analyse some advice, some good, some bad by the founder of Gab, Andrew Torba. My intent is to assist others understand reality not to pull down a guy trying to do his best. Enjoy and learn! … [Read more...] about Musings 6 – Gab: Bad Advice ~ Good Advice
This post explains my recent resignation from positions of social responsibility pending my trial before a jury - the charge, "obtaining by deception" by the Taumarunui Police. I've been charged and have pleaded (not guilty of course) but I haven't received the full documentation yet. I know that it relates to scrap steel that a local builder lays claim to - a matter which BTW … [Read more...] about Musings 5 – Personal: Resigning Positions of Responsibility
In this post I quote a digital communication word for word received recently from a Canadian reader that brought me to tears, literally. I share my personal response to her appreciation (anonymously) and explain the impact that just one person doing the right thing can have, indeed does have on others. For those seeking to save the planet this post has HUGELY important lessons. … [Read more...] about Musings 4 – A Canadian Reader Thanks Me – I cry!
In this post I share an experience getting a Sudoku puzzle right by the rules, but not the correct or expected answer. It's an interesting situation which the boffins should be thinking twice about, methinks. Nothing personal here, guys! Promise. … [Read more...] about Musings 2 – A Wrong Sudoku is Right
This post provides an overview, documentation and commences my [limited] commentary on civil litigation I commenced against Kumeu businessman Ian Plowman, his company Nikau Grove Nurseries Ltd (in Kumeu, not the Bay of Plenty) and others. As with all posts here, I offer full Right of Reply. I also note that while the matters are now before the court comments may be moderated as … [Read more...] about Musings 3 – Dennis A. Smith v Ian Plowman & Ors: CIV-2018-044-001629
In this post I share recent experiences of logical failure and explain how digging deeper reveals that deception is its driver if persistent. It follows an unsolicited email exchange from a couple of sisters with a chip on their shoulder - actually a few chips, so it seems. … [Read more...] about Musings 1 – Deception Drives Logical Failure