Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Justin Beirber---I hope you are not turning into a little 'prat!'

Firstly, Justin kept his fans waiting for what seemed like a way over the top amount of time and now we are hearing that his neighbours have taken umbrage at his behaviours. I don’t know what happened but I would hate to see this talented young man morph into an arrogant twat with a belief that the rest of us (well his fans and those who live near him) don’t really matter.
There are countless examples of total AH’s out there in entertainment world so and we don’t need more of them!
Step carefully and more sensitively Justin, if you want your ‘reign’ to last.

'P' is alive and well---the battle is far from over!

Today’s report in the New Zealand that police filmed an average of 27 visitors to a ‘P’ lab (Methamphetamine) a day just goes to show that New Zealand has a long way to go in the battle against this scourge on society. This goes against some reports that the demand for this drug has diminished.
We must continue the pressure on the supply lines, the ‘cook houses’ and groups who involved in the trade. The cost to society is far too high if allow for the proliferation of ‘P’ and this means increased surveillance on suspected dealers then so be it. To those who something sinister in such moves, then maybe they should familiarize themselves with the damage done to so many, be they family of users or at the extreme end, young children living in ‘cook houses, being exposed to incredibly dangerous fumes and toxins.
If the police relent in their battle, we will see ‘P’ getting out of control again. As bystanders and observers, we owe it to our children and New Zealand as a whole to ‘tell and expose’ the pushers of this substance. Get that off the streets and maybe we will see light at the end of the tunnel.
See my book, 'Roksill,' for a 'down to earth' kidult expose of the impact of 'P' in New Zealand,
go to www.authorneilcoleman.com or contact me dircetly at neilcolemanauthor@gmail.com

Good Bye Pork Pie is about to launch!

Yes, after many months of hard labour the students and teachers have done it. The brightly coloured mini has been completely make-over and is about to start a very long journey. Cameron and his partner will travel to Kataia and then head towards Invercargill and back again to Auckland. They will raise money for Leukaemia and blood cancer research. I will let you know later how to give to this worthy cause.
Go back and look at some of the older blogs on this journey; about how many of the students really engaged with this project. I will be in contact with Cameron during his epic ‘voyage’ so expect some ‘stories.’
Go little mini and take the good wishes of the James Cook High School community.

Cameron and the little mini.