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The Standard #45

A wise gentleman understands that his reward and blessings in life are not entirely his own to selfishly possess. Rather, his reward and blessings are meant to fuel his purpose, and his purpose – in some form or another – should be enhancing and adding value to the lives of other people. 147 more words

Standard

Blog moderation - musing and amusing

Blog moderation is difficult and relentless. You can never please all of the people all of the time, but the general aim is to please most of the people most of the time. 1,585 more words

Blogs

The 'largest party' argument

Although The Standard has just lost stalwart author Anthony Robins they have gained another, Matthew Whitehead, who has previously commented there and has had the occasional guest post. 1,020 more words

Politics

Assassination comments on Kiwiblog

I’m going to go in to bat for both David Farrar and lprent here regarding the challenges of moderating blogs.

Note in advance: I have chosen to include unacceptable language in the following post to demonstrate what has happened. 1,585 more words

General

Spitting out pieces of their broken luck — Your NZ

Like a number of party activists on blogs Anthony Robins has been busy at The Standard over the last couple of weeks trying to promote Labour’s chances of getting into government, and trying to trash National.

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NZ Politics

Spitting out pieces of their broken luck

Like a number of party activists on blogs Anthony Robins has been busy at The Standard over the last couple of weeks trying to promote Labour’s chances of getting into government, and trying to trash National. 660 more words

General

Understanding the power and purpose of Prayer

Guest post by Edward Hire who facilitated a workshop dubbed ‘understanding the power and purpose of prayer.”

Prayer! All religions have it, many people practice it, but few understand it. 1,318 more words