Like murali knows what straight is
Sounds like the same premature assessments of Trump and Boris, and the polling data.
All those predictions severely underestimated the thoughtfulness of the voters too.
You may be right eventually but recent history shows that the incessantly noisy and disparaging media doesn't actually reflect the mood of the populace very accurately.
Who knows, except to say that political predictions aren't following msm messages
Swap you Ardern for some Koalas
The spelled Port Macquarie wrong...
New Zealand has a long successful history of taking animals that are endangered here and thrive in New Zealand.
Get Oprah to launch the introduction of the species:
"You get chlamydia! And you get chlamydia, and you get chlamydia..."
@Snowy the bellingcat podcast series provided evidence outlining the actual Russian transportable missile, it's location of deployment and names and intercepts of Russian soldiers and phone conversations.
The claim that the Ukrainians shot down the plane is highly disputable.
The only real difference here is that Russia refused to admit responsibility.
@jegga those guys sussed out the Malaysian airlines shot down over Ukraine beyond any reasonable doubt ( a fantastic podcast series), so I'm going with their explanations.
All your data?
As much as I want to see Juicy scapegoated as a message, is this a one of those times where the principle of privacy outweighs the schadenfruede?
Having the law pore through your life seems a bit over the top, whatever the charge.
We've all accepted our online life can be seen by others and there is no genuine privacy but have we seen the potential real life repercussions of all our stored data, and in this case, at the whim of a judge.
Stinks a bit, to me. He lied and carried on like a pork chop - convict him on that.
Kane had the potential to be our number one spinner in most conditions and the number two in spin friendly conditions. I've never really understood why he didn't go down that path. Did he want to focus on his batting? Was it a workload thing? Is it a humility thing (doesn't rate his bowling so doesn't bowl himself)? Is it a fear of chucking?
I reckon it's a humility thing. He really should have bowled a lot more overs than he has.
I think humility because of chucking. Just a hunch but he's in the cross hairs for chucking and a decent haul in an innings could see the whole merry go round start up again.
His action is still a bit suss, by the current standards