The Daily Blog Open Mic – Wednesday – 10th November 2021


Announce protest actions, general chit chat or give your opinion on issues we haven’t covered for the day.

Moderation rules are more lenient for this section, but try and play nicely.

EDITORS NOTE: – By the way, here’s a list of shit that will get your comment dumped. Sexist language, homophobic language, racist language, anti-muslim hate, transphobic language, Chemtrails, 9/11 truthers, Qanon lunacy, climate deniers, anti-fluoride fanatics, anti-vaxxer lunatics, 5G conspiracy theories, the virus is a bioweapon, some weird bullshit about the UN taking over the world  and ANYONE that links to fucking infowar.


  1. Nationals plans for education to immediately rollout the vaccine are stupid we need to do the Medsafe checks first actually any of Nationals plans are plain stupid and wishful thinking cause they are not in power and got voted out in big number losing seats they held for decades. And to make matter worse National have a shite leader and despite appearances are still very much a divided party.

    Is it good for us to sell off everything of value that we devise? By trying to run it ourselves and develop it with NZ brights plus some overseas input we might develop some substance behind the scenic shopfront we set up; sort of a western stage set with us lining up for gigs as local yokels. With occasional hits like Blazing Saddles moments.

  3. Martyn, I think you get your title things wrong. So, there is strange man Trotter and neoliberal The Standard, and you in between. Hard to take any of you entirely seriously. No worries, we’re all human, but I wish.

    I think ‘we’ ‘re fucked. And so do all the thinkers.

  4. James Shaw in Glasgow for COP with about 10 other worthies.

    Hard work no picnic: And it is hard work. Contrary to the suggestion that Shaw will be holidaying in Europe, the COP summits involve two straight weeks of at least 16-hour days. Ask anyone who has attended COP, in any capacity, and they’ll tell you diplomats regularly go days on just a few hours of sleep while haggling over some critically important but deeply technical aspect of international climate policy.
    Here is some detail
    FARM Chairman Robin Grieve Spreading the fertiliser as usual –

  5. I note my entry to tdb through Google is being filled by the Tonga Development Bank which has apparently registered a blog which came up when I entered ‘tdb blog’. Cunning these advantage seekers, in elbowing everyone to the side.

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