Get a life

The Northland Age - - Opinion -

good peo­ple be­ing priced out of work. DAVID SEY­MOUR

ACT Leader mit­i­gate them, and never to en­cour­age them, as the Sey­mour Bill does. STEPHEN FRAN­CIS

Auck­land We read in the ‘In Brief’ col­umn of the Age, Jan­uary 3, that a group of mo­tor­cy­cle rid­ers were re­cently ‘warned’ for do­ing wheel­stands on Fore­shore Rd, Ahipara.

I won­der if the of­fi­cer was told, as I was when I asked a youth­ful rider who had paused to give his ma­chine a few ex­tra revs af­ter his demon­stra­tion in front of our house, if his ac­tions weren’t per­haps a bit dan­ger­ous and an­noy­ing, to “grow up and get a life?”

I’m 86, so I sup­pose I’d bet­ter get to work on it. Where do you get these bikes? BRIAN FARRANT

Ahipara global warm­ing, and our emis­sions are in­creas­ing, not re­duc­ing, how could it be that from Fe­bru­ary 2016 to Fe­bru­ary 2018 there was an av­er­age global tem­per­a­ture drop of 0·56°C ? Look here -https:/ /www.re­al­clear­mar­kets.com/ar­ti­cles/ 2018/04/24/did_y­ou_­know_the_­great­est_ two-year_­glob­al_­cool­ing_even­t_just_ took_­place_103243.html

And why have you not seen/heard about this via the fem­i­nist me­dia ? If the data had suggested record warm­ing, it would have been all over the fem­i­nist me­dia. This two-year cool­ing pe­riod might not mean global warm­ing is a fraud, but it at least de­serves en­quiry from hon­est me­dia. ALAN JONES

In­ver­cargill

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from New Zealand

© PressReader. All rights reserved.