$2 million plastic waka vs $12 million plastic rugby balls
Lot of anger displayed brothers and sisters about this $2million plastic waka that will be used to house very important people for very important things as a venue during the rugby world cup.
The comments haven't been nice, Shane Jones called it a tuppawaka, Talkback radio made the kind of comments your drunk old Uncle makes at Christmas about Maaori's that curdle the custard and Heather Roy from ACT foamed that the money spent on the plastic waka could have been spent on 51 hip replacements, 31 hernia operations, 41 grommet operations and 116 cataract operations.
Whanau, I'm not angry about the $2million plastic waka, at least there is some functionality for a venue shaped like a waka, what I'm pissed about is the $12 million blown on the bloody massive plastic rugby ball. What sort of resale value is on that monstrosity? With a plastic waka there's at least some reuse after the event, who is going to buy a $12million used plastic ball after the Rugby World Cup?
Isn't it interesting, $2million on a plastic waka has Heather Roy costing out surgery, $12 million on a bloody giant Rugby ball and no criticism whatsofucking ever.
By Heather's own figures where is her post about the 306 hip replacements, 186 hernia operations, 246 grommet operations and 696 cataract operations when the $12 million was blown on the big plastic rugby ball?