kaitieke1 wrote:fucken oopsys. that's all there is to it. spring is finaly here Graeme so I will expecting a visit to fill that freezer. I see in the local store that they are paying $120 for fur, with that I don't think there is a safe coon in the whole waimarino yet they still drop that shit all over the district, ask your self?
Happy wrote:Posted a link to this sorry story at the other pub. The GIMP said this
Don't cross-post one-sided inflammatory crap here from other forums
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Good thing he can’t censor stuff here. I don’t feel it was inflammatory I simply thought the story should be shared. Good thing about here that doesn’t happen cos we don’t fight each other and aren’t fucktards
Scribe wrote:I copped a smack on the nose from a Security Guard on Tuesday Night. We got a ring about eight in the evening that Doc were loading trucks with quite a few tons of 1080 out of a warehouse behind the Liquor King in Whitianga. Why they would store 1080 poison in an area in the middle of town that was only separated from a housing estate by a single 6 foot wooden remains to be seen. New World is directly across the road and Count down is only couple of doors down on the same side.
Our informant lived just beyond the fence and had been alerted by the overpowering smell of 1080 as were other neighbours. The smell was overpowering alright when we got there and later in the night DOC were busy sweeping up the dust.
I, perhaps foolishly drove up beside Liquor King and around the back and straight into a hornets nest of DOC personal and Security Guards who had just finished loading the trucks. To say my welcome was not appreciated was an understatement, before I could even consider reversing out of the trap my door flew open and I was dragged out of the vehicle and belted on the nose by then my clothes had nearly been torn from my back. Cooler heads then prevailed and I was released and they turned there attention to the two cars following me and assaulting the two woman occupants as they entered the cars and attempted to take the keys out of the dash. Both of these woman are in their seventies.
I have to say that the 1080 battle has disturbingly entered a new phase now.
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