Gayle wrote:avaritsos wrote:Gayle wrote: Ooh, they could wear chaps... hmmm.
are you sure you're not a gay man? lol
Perhaps at heart. "There are many colors of the homo-rainbow!"
lol - that's right! very funny.
William Ferguson Massey, 1856â€“1925
Bill Massey was born in Limavady in County Londonderry, northern Ireland, and came to New Zealand at the age of 14. He established a farm at Māngere and became the chairman of the Māngere Farmers' Club. He entered Parliament in 1894 and gradually established a role as a spokesman for conservative farming interests. In 1903 he became leader of the opposition and in 1912 the first leader of a Reform government. He led New Zealand through the First World War and remained prime minister until his death in 1925.
avaritsos wrote:nz is such a photogenic country. to think that 'babe', lotr, and tn were all shot there and each was so visually interesting proves that out imo.
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