Friday, 6 March 2009

Not PC’s week, to 6 March

How was your week, customers?  Here at NOT PC the weather has been fine, if variable; the wind has been firm, but gusty; and the debate has been vitriolic, and frequently misguided.  The most well-read post over the last seven days was … drum roll please … a ‘debate’ about children holding signs, which got folk  more incensed than what those children were holding signs.  Galt save us!

So the most well-read posts this week were, in order:

Thanks for reading NOT PC.  It would have been awful lonely if none of you had showed up.

Cheers, Peter Cresswell


  1. PC,
    Further to your story on ACT, I note that ACT have again shown their authoritarian tendencies. From The NZ Herald

    "The Act Party has done a complete flip-flop and now supports a proposed ban on gang patches in Wanganui, abandoning its bedrock philosophy of personal freedom in favour of a new hardline law-and-order agenda."

    Note to the Herald: ACT does not promote or favour personal freedom.


  2. I'm not sure where else to mention this. It sends a shiver down my spine.


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