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The teacher in question spent the next 18 months in verbal abuse to me, and encouragement of class mates to 'set right' (bully) the 'filthy pommie bastard' in question. He informed me that in the 'vaults' were many items of Moriori artifacts, as well as unknown origin metal items (he mentioned brass and bronze) that they 'by law' were not allowed to exhibit. I have asked and wrote to the museum about these objects, but have never received a reply.
I myself remember viewing Moriori objects there from '74 onwards but these were removed in the late '80s.
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I thought 'no problem' - and was asked (in turn) to read my paper to the class.
After mentioning cannibalism and utu (revenge ) I was told to shut-up, and dragged before the headmaster who informed me I was a (quote) 'filthy pommie bastard' and got six hits of the strap on the palm of my hand for 'spreading my racist lies' and trying to upset other members of the class. the reason for this e-mail is a story I was told by a friend of mine who was a curator @ Otago Museum a few years ago when my family structural steel concern was building the new extension.
The Kiwis allegedly believed they were protected by a legal loophole because they were drinking the alcohol on 'international waters', Newshub reports.
Quick-thinking revellers (pictured) from Tairua, a town on New Zealand's North Island, built a giant sandcastle in the mouth of a river after learning they were prohibited from consuming liquor at the beach The legal reality of the group's alcohol consumption may be a little more complicated, however the friends were able to enjoy several drinks while crammed onto the tight spot.