Various ‘new-age’ phrases spring readily to mind—
- morally bankrupt
- desperately greedy
- wannaba Nazi
- ‘insect authority’
- gimme gimme gimme gimme gimme
- etc etc (ad infinitem)
- quite mindless, too …
An Arrowtown man who received a $200 freedom camping fine after sleeping in his vehicle in central Queenstown overnight …
After going drinking with friends … found himself alone and “over the limit” about 4am … Aware he was in no state to drive, he went to sleep in his ute …
Sourced: CLICK HERE
SO I HAD A THOUGHT:
instead of spending untold millions on advertising the warmth and charm of New Zealand to people overseas—and then having to suffer their damned intrusive presence when they do come — why not we install a machine that grabs ’em by the ankles, flips ’em over and shakes the money out of them at the airport before firing them back to wherever they stemmed from? A machine that does locals too?
So: is it really worse when we do it to our own?
(And why might that be? I leave it to you to figure out—don’t ask me, I’m too busy running with an idea that involves visitors, ankles, and money bags.)