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Phil Ossifer

Joined 4 years ago from New Zealand. Last activity 5 days ago.

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Phil Ossifer is a regular sort of bloke. If you passed him in the street you wouldn’t give him a second glance. Yep, he’s just a normal everyday Kiwi joker.

Who am I kidding?

The guy is a bug eyed lunatic!

To say you wouldn’t notice him in any crowd, no matter how large, is to say you wouldn’t notice a white rhino laying down in your living room.

And by the way, if you do have a white rhino laying down in your living room, I hope you have got a SmartStrand carpet because they are the only ones that can stand up to rhinos. And if you care about your rhino’s welfare you had also better make sure you’ve got a bottle of Lysol disinfectant because that kills rhinovirus.

On a more serious note, Phil also writes CD & product reviews on www.epinions.com under the name Kiwifella and guides on www.shopping.com under the same name. He can also be found writing blogs under the name Writerman at http://writerman-ohmyblog.blogspot.com and at http://writerman.blog.co.nz  and writing further articles at http:// www.xomba.com also under the name Writerman

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  • Politics and Social Issues (10)
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    To Little; too late

    5 days ago

    Removing a sticking plaster from a hairy body can be daunting. Many like to slowly pick the plaster off, but often it is less painful to yank it off in one brisk movement and be done with it.

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    Curiouser and curiouser

    6 days ago

    There is incompetence and then there is negligence and finally we have all wrapped up in one an inglorious combination of the two, which the New Zealand judicial system has perfected.

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    Flagging a problem or the politics of distraction

    3 weeks ago

    Politicians under the spotlight for their damaging policies like to find a piece of fluff to distract the public. The New Zealand Government is currently pulling just such a stunt.

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    Terror-tory wars

    8 weeks ago

    The late Lou Reed once said, "Don't believe half of what you see and none of what you hear." This is especially true when you are listening to politicians or evaluatiing the mainstream media.

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    Stacking the deck (beware of the card sharps)

    2 months ago

    Sometimes it is more than fate that decides how the cards fall.

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    Too many footballs on the political field.

    4 days ago

    Sometimes the field gets messy and you just want to kick all the extraneous rubbish into touch. This is one such time.

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    Royal flushes – signs of embarrassment or just something that needs to be done?

    4 months ago

    There are times when pulling the chain of office seems inadequate and you need to pull the one attached to Thomas Crapper's invention instead.

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    It's just not cricket (looking at the sporting chancers)

    5 months ago

    Having your illusions shattered is always disappointing but sometimes it is how we grow up. At other times, however it is how we become cynical and distrustful forever after.

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    Fright 370: (Reasons to be fearful part 1)

    5 months ago

    The dystopian nightmare is sometimes much closer than we realise. Shadowy figures already cloud our world and the 'mystery' of flight 370 is almost certainly a further example of their influence.

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    Do not argue with an idiot

    23 months ago

    It is always tempting to argue with someone who is spouting absolute rubbish. But frequently you will only be setting yourself up for more disappointment and frustration if you do so.

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