Let’s talk about those hacks that happened last month. For those of you not clued in, a bunch of salacious photos of celebrities were disseminated by users of 4chan and reddit, having been taken illegally from their owner’s iCloud previously.
New Zealand is in an inequality crisis, and that is not just – it is injustice personified by all of us, and it affects all of us. We are living in one of the worst countries in the world for inequality of wealth distribution and income distribution, and this directly contributes to our cultural inequalities, gender inequality, child abuse and child poverty, and the impact of these real-life experiences will/does affect us all: every single one of us.
May it please the court, the case of Conspiracy vs. Reality. For the defence, Incognito Montoya, who argues that justice is a fiction. Present your evidence in whatever order you will.
We’ve all got one, we all use it every day, but when it comes to sex, a whole lot of us act as if we don’t have a butt at all. Which seems surprising when, for a huge number of people, booty – whether you’re licking it, fingering it, plugging it, pegging it, or fucking it – is a veritable pleasure palace.
Full apologies for another brownie recipe. But once you try this, I think you’ll want it in your life as much as I do. Normal brownies are good, but black-and-white brownie is even better. Soft, sweet, chocolate-chip-filled brownie topped with a chewy cheesecake layer? Yes please.
Loretta, upper Cuba St, is owned and run by the same people as Floriditas, a veritable Wellington institution a little further down Cuba St.
There is a programme on Christchurch TV called Lynched. (For non-CTV viewers, I’m serious.) It’s an unjust title. So much so, it is only just for me to tell the host to have a sad one. I shouldn’t be surprised: Lynch is just aligning with his ‘classic talkback’ (racist) opinions.
Justice has no direct translation in Te Reo Māori. This idea of justice in Māoridom goes further than the weight a single word can give it. The themes of justice that exist throughout Te Ao Māori are woven into tikanga Māori – a system by which correctness, rightness or justice is maintained.
At last we’d found our fight. We’ve longed for politics to be the battling of ideas, but it isn’t, not normally. Decades of elections have been contested by incrementalism and managerial competencies.