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It's no secret I shall be #PartyVoteGreen and likely to be Labour Paul Eagle for my Rongotai electorate. I shall also be Yes for both referenda.Now that's that out of the way you should of course ignore it and do what you feel is right.First of all I would urge you to VOTE! Make sure you're enrolled and your details are up-to-date: https://vote.nz/enrolling/enrol-or-update/enrol-or-update-online/Done that, no really I can wait, off you go, check your details ... Ok, good. This year from Wednesday 2nd September (overseas) / Saturday 5th September (in NZ) to 7pm on Saturday 19th September you get to vote on one or more of the following:The makeup of ParliamentParty voteYour local MPCannabis legalisation and control referendumEnd of Life Choice referendumYou can vote via post, look out for your voting papers later this month, or in person at many voting booths around Aotearoa New Zealand.
That's who (YOU!), when, where, how, and I shall assume you know why. If you don't…

Unusual… Adult Party Items!

One of the joys of this interweb thingy is that you can subscribe to some flows of content that you just would not have had the opportunity to encounter otherwise. I know there's much talk about 'information overload', an 'avalanche of content' and other such whingey whiny view points but I generally like to look at the glass half full.

Yes, the world is full of too much information for one brain to take in - admit that and you'll suddenly be free of the inner guilt of not being completely, 100% up to date.

My suggestion is that you pick your favourite feeds, review their relevance every now and again and be happy in the knowledge you've done your best.

And one of the most relevant to me is Modern Mechanix ("Yesterday’s tomorrow, today.") which has recently celebrated it's second anniversary. It's not relevant in a work or personal way but brings a large amount of fresh air into my online life. I notice I relax when I see the new posts and slow down to read them.

'Unusual… Adult Party Items! (Dec, 1953)' caught my (smutty) eye yesterday but don't take it as a prime example, there's many 'serious' posts amongst the humorous look-backs.

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