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September 27, 2010 | by  | in Opinion |
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Probing the Punters

  1. What are you doing for New Year’s?
  2. What are you doing for a summer job?
  3. Candy Badger: man or woman?
  4. What is your favourite computer game and why?
  5. What is your favouirte salad dressing?



  1. Going home to Samoa.
  2. Managing a café.
  3. Woman.
  4. Halo. It is really awesome.
  5. Caesar.



  1. I don’t know yet.
  2. Not sure.
  3. Girl.
  4. None. I don’t like computer games.
  5. Italian vinaigrette.



  1. I can’t see past the end of the semester.
  2. Summer school and a research project.
  3. Girl.
  4. Nethack. And Tetris!
  5. Maple balsamic vinaigrette.


Environmental, Development, and Religious Studies

  1. Hopefully arriving in Ecuador.
  2. I am going to Ecuador to chase spectacled bears.
  3. Woman, because badger sounds like vadge.
  4. Gorillas. Because you get to throw bananas.
  5. Whatever they put on the Krishna food salad.


Environmental Studies

  1. Big family gathering in Whanganui. I think it’s going to be a 2-3 day party. (With Erin).
  2. Don’t know yet. Will probably be at uni.
  3. Female.
  4. Poker on
  5. If I had to pick one, probably ranch. And also avocado dressing.



  1. My dad’s 60th birthday, so a family gathering in Whanganui.
  2. Thesis work, keep studying.
  3. Female, because it’s kind of like agony aunt.
  4. Modern Warfare 2—Playstation.
  5. Balsamic vinegar.
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