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Me too mate. It was obviously intended in deference but was taken as a slight.
There's so much wrong with this I don't even know where to start. I don't believe there are any international trademarks on "Maori", "King", "Maori King", or generic facial tattoos. Also, what the hell does it have to do with public health? Is there something about labelling which can make beer toxic?
Nice to see that waste of oxygen Tuku "Taxpayers Friend" Morgan involved too. Starting a dialogue? I bet they're shitting themselves!
take a read of some of the comments on their facebook page,
i don't think you can call the pro maori posters ambassadors for nz tourism!
it doesn't take much to upset some people does it!
if the "dialogue" was taking place face to face you'd be looking around for the hidden camera,convinced it must be some type of wind up whilst asking yourself "is this actually happening"!
I'm sure the dialogue will take place face to face. That prick Tuku will use any excuse to nick some tax dollars and wing off over to meet with Funkwerks. I'm sure his undies will be top of the line for the meeting too.
I still can't find any link to why a public health spokesman is commenting either. That's the really weird bit.
Hugh, I think not.
1. Maori King is a title, not somebody's name. If they'd named it Tuheitia Paki, they may have had a point.
2. Fair dos if they genuinely nicked the moko, but I find that hard to swallow also given the blocky and genericised nature of it on the bottle.
3. If it's not a PC issue, what the hell (for the third time) is up with the "public health" angle?
The new fashion seems not to be complaining about PC, but sweeping genuine concerns at ridiculous over-sensitivity under the carpet and claiming they are "PC whinging".