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  1. waiheke1

    Nigel Boocock -world Champion?

    I mentioned Kenny Carter and Hyde Rd? And Shawn Moran and Ipswich
  2. waiheke1

    Belle Vue 2022

    Actually, that does sound about right, given the net liabilities increased by around 115k in the last financial year. Not sure to what extent covid will have impacted profitability?
  3. waiheke1

    Belle Vue 2022

    Do you have a copy of these accounts, or link to them? Edit: found them
  4. waiheke1

    Belle Vue 2022

    Assuming they didn't take over any debts from the previous promotion?
  5. Evidence that this was caused by the stress of lockdown vs the stress of nearly a million Americans dying? A breakdown of rates in states with heavy restrictions vs those with light restrictions? I dont think anyone would argue that you'd expect to see a big jump in respiratory deaths in this age group - this isn't the demographic that lockdowns were targeted at protecting.
  6. Fake virus? Hilarious. Seriously? Obviously you are lucky enough not to have lost anyone to it. I thought you were just an idiot, but evidently you're actually a complete and utterly Kant.
  7. waiheke1

    Nigel Boocock -world Champion?

    I think there are plenty of examples: Shaun Moran at Sheffield or Ipswich; in 83 the world champions would have been different anywhere bar Norden - Mike Lee would have been favourite at Poole or Kings Lynn, Sigalos or Sanders at Ipswich;
  8. waiheke1

    Nigel Boocock -world Champion?

    Tbf,Mort won a BLRC, which was a better calibre field than the world final. But more likely to be a world champ if the final was held at Hyde Rd, or the Shay, would be Kenny Carter
  9. BS. I've lived in two countries during the pandemic. In NZ lockdown resulted in the virus being eliminated, which meant the country could then revert to a life without any domestic restrictions. The lockdown last year, when delta landed, did not eliminate the virus, but significantly curtailed the spread. Refer NZ death toll if you want stats. I was living in Singapore when they started reducing restrictions here. Case numbers sky rocketed from 10s to 100s to 1000s. Refer Australia case numbers since they loosened restrictions... I also ant understand how you think governments impose lockdowns as some kind of power crazed play. They are hugely unpopular, especially with business owners. In fact, arguably the only thing which would make a government more unpopular with it's populace is loads of people dying...
  10. FFS. I know you post a lot of crap, but anyone trying to claim that lockdowns don't prevent the virus spreading are at the loony end of a group whose connection to reality is anyway pretty tenuous...
  11. waiheke1

    What Offends Me And/or Gets On My .....

    Yes, I'm sure that's what Blu meant to say, but that would have required understanding the facts rather than just copy pasting...
  12. waiheke1

    What Offends Me And/or Gets On My .....

    Nope, he didn't charter it either, but you are getting closer...
  13. waiheke1

    What Offends Me And/or Gets On My .....

    Though of course, it's not actually his yacht at all. Still, we know you tend to be pretty loose with "facts"...
  14. waiheke1

    What Offends Me And/or Gets On My .....

    Ok, thanks. Actually reasonably logical
  15. waiheke1

    Andrew Edwards Book & Peter Collins

    Also got it for Christmas. Nearly finished it, doesn't really progress beyond "light read." Arguably the most controversial bit is the foreword from PC...
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