In a fit of sentimentality – and with the knowledge that this will be totally meaningless to almost all of my audience, please watch the following;

10 Diversity points to the person who leaves the first comment with a good explanation for our offshore (or imported) friends

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  • Ah, such a short clip. It always sounded more emphatic in my head.

    This is from the early days of Shortland Street, a NZ soap opera par excellance. Well, it has its moments anyway, but it was quite crap to begin with. The idealistic Dr Ropata had returned from being overseas in a Guatemalan clinic (a la Médecins Sans Frontières), and matron Judy (or whatever her name/title was) was pulling him back into line.

    Well, I seem to have killed that joke.

  • Bruce – just checking in en route to the sounds and had to congratulate you on your comment – succinct and to the point. On issue I take is your basphemous assertion that SS was crap to start off with – how can you say that! 🙂

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