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Greetings readers - we’re back. This month the theme of The Source is addiction. What do you need, what do you crave? What do you depend on, what gets you high and leaves you dry? We know all about addiction here in Queenstown. This month Adam digs deep into what addiction actually is by talking to some guy who must be addicted to school to get that many letters after his name. Ned opens up about his addiction to himself and Greenpeace throws down the hard word about oil addiction. The ‘C’ Word plays pusher and calls for a community habit in all of us. Queenstown Rocks talks about what rock stars do best - sex, drugs, soft cheese and stamp collecting. So what does QT know about addiction? Queenstown in many ways plays the role of drug and dealer. As a town our biggest addiction is cash - renting the dream for a few days to the folks who turn up and love what we have full-time. We all get off on the awesomeness of this place - this town was built on it. Natural highs like bungy keep the punters buzzing while more bars than I can count at 3am keep the population well dosed into the night. If the town itself doesn’t get you off - then it’s home to someone, or something that will. So does QT need an intervention? Is
it time for rehab? Nah, we’re doing just fine - we’re the Charlie Sheen of tourist towns. We’re full of tiger blood and this place is all about winning.
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Vacuum Powered Bazooka What you need: A vacuum cleaner, cardboard tubes a similar size to the vacuum cleaner tube, bubble wrap, plasticine or clay. What To Do: Cut a short length from your tube about 10cm long. Cut a hole (or drill a series of holes making a sieve type arrangement) in the side of the long tube about 5cm clear of the end. Shape the short piece of tube so it will fit nicely onto the side of the long one. Tape them together. Attach the vacuum hose to the short pipe. The Projectile: Make a light projectile by rolling about 5g of plasticine into a sausage. Roll the plasticine sausage in bubble wrap until it is big enough to fit loosely in your main tube. Use some tape to hold it together. Turn on your vacuum cleaner. Put a piece of card over the short end of the tube - the vacuum should hold it in place. Hold the projectile in the other end of the tube. Let go! WARNING - the more powerful your vacuum cleaner the faster your projectile!
• Between 1995 and 2005, treatment for dependence on prescription painkillers in the US grew more than 300 percent. • According to a study in Australia heavy marijuana use may shrink parts of your brain, including the hippocampus and amygdala. • A 23-year-old Canadian woman who suffered a heart attack and spent 11 days in a coma sued the dealer who gave her crystal methamphetamine - and won. • Ketamine (at high doses) causes delirium, amnesia, impaired motor function, high blood pressure and potentially fatal respiratory problems. • Some rare side effects of steroid use include liver tumours and cancer, jaundice, fluid retention, high blood pressure, kidney tumours and trembling. • Each year approximately 3000 non-smokers die of lung cancer from secondhand smoke.
Now that plastic has more or less replaced paper and metal money, our poor little piggy banks are starving to death. Deciding it’s time for our rainy day funds to catch up with modern technology, Wang Chao, Maggie Kuo and Jordi Parra designed this slightly needy piggy bank. Rather than just sitting on the shelf and waiting for you to give it a spare cent or two, this piggy bank lets you know when it is hungry and begs you to “feed” it with your credit card. You insert the card into its mouth and it takes a random amount from your credit or debit card, then drops the money into a separate savings account.
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tock acks l B l sel Rus unit. “The room temperature is correct and the place is insured,” says Flash. Alice Cooper: The original shock-rocker turned to golf to help him overcome his addiction to booze. He now plays up to six days a week and called his autobiography Alice Cooper, Golf Monster. Rod Stewart: He likes to keep it quiet but superstar Rod is a model railway nut. His massive “Three Rivers City” train layout was even featured on the cover of ‘Model Railroader Magazine’ in 2007. “I pity a man who doesn’t have a hobby like this one,” Stewart has said. Phil Collins: The former Genesis frontman is a dedicated Alamo historian. Englishman Collins has been obsessed with the famous American battle ever since childhood, when he saw Fess Parker play Davy Crockett in a Disney movie. Ronnie Wood: The hard-partying Rolling Stones guitarist claims life without booze is “boring”. Wood now occupies his time with heavy all night bouts of philately (better known as stamp collecting). Bill Wyman: The ex-Rolling Stone is a metal detecting enthusiast. The bass player even markets the Bill Wyman Signature Metal Detector, “the ideal metal detector for anyone starting out treasure hunting”. Charlie Watts: The drummer is another Stone who has an addiction other than music – he’s an avid car collector, even though he can’t drive! Watts just thinks classic automobiles are cool and he even has suits tailored to match his favourite cars.
Rockers always seem to be addicted to something. It goes with the job. But to ease the stresses of life on the road, or to escape other more self-destructive behaviours, some have developed a few weird and wonderful new obsessions. So just what are some of the world’s bestknown musos hooked on? Alex James: The bad-boy Blur bassist swapped booze and drugs for curds and whey when he moved to the English countryside and co-founded the Evenlode Partnership cheese company. With awardwinning cuts like “Little Wallop” and “Blue Monday,” James has even inked a deal to make organic cheeses for Prince Charles’s luxury food brand. Steve Vai: Some rockers will do anything for a buzz but guitar maestro Vai has gone one better – he’s an obsessive bee-keeper. A proud owner of several thriving colonies, every Christmas the self-described “bee whisperer” harvests his own Fire Garden Honey and sells it for charity. Kings of Leon: The band members are all wine connoisseurs, visiting vineyards when on tour and buying bottles worth many thousands of dollars. “I enjoy wine as much as I do music,” drummer Nathan Followill has told Food & Wine magazine. Roger Daltrey: The legendary frontman with The Who is obsessed with trout farming. He founded Lakedown Trout Fishery 30 years ago, and Trout Fisherman magazine in the UK proclaimed that “there can be no prettier fishery” in Essex, England. Daltrey even says angling makes him feel like he’s “smoked half a dozen joints.” Grandmaster Flash: The larger than life rapper has a 5,000-strong collection of coffee mugs housed in a special storage
now 6cm long. Now something is also growing on the right side of her forehead. It’s quite possible that it’s another horn.’ Although it is unknown what the protrusion is, it resembles a cutaneous horn. This is a funnel-shaped growth and although most are only a few millimetres in length, some can extend a number of inches from the skin. Cutaneous horns are made up of compacted keratin, which is the same protein we have in our hair and nails and forms horns, wool and feathers in animals. They usually develop in fair-skinned elderly adults who have a history of significant sun exposure but it is extremely unusual to see it form protrusions of this size. They can sometimes be cancerous but more than half of cases are benign. Common underlying causes of cutaneous horns are common warts, skin cancer and actinic keratoses, patches of scaly skin that develop on skin exposed to the sun such as your face, scalp or forearms. Cutaneous horns can be removed surgically but this does not treat the underlying cause.
An elderly Chinese woman has stunned her family and friends by growing a horn that resembles a goat’s. Zhang Ruifang, 101, of Linlou village, Henan Province, began developing the mysterious protrusion last year. Since then it has grown 2.4” in length and another now appears to be emerging on the other side of the mother of seven’s forehead. The condition has left her family baffled and worried. Her youngest son, Zhang Guozheng, 60, said when a patch of rough skin formed on her forehead last year ‘we didn’t pay too much attention to it but as time went on a horn grew out of her head and it is
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A place for you to let off steam and tell us what you really think. Drop us a line and get it off your chest. Prizes for the best letters of course. Having been here for 10 years continually hearing how bad the customer service is, I would like to mention two places that always provide a high level of service from staff with obvious commitment to their jobs. Firstly are the ladies at Queenstown Library. My daughter returned a book on my behalf and brought another home that the lady had recommended for me. She didn’t just grab another from the shelf but actually took the time to research my previous selections and find one that I would enjoy! Next is New World. As most of the staff have been there for such a long time it can only mean they are treated with respect by their employers. Most seem really happy in their jobs and are always unfailingly pleasant. Keep it up I say! Michelle Wilson, Lake Hayes Estate
So each week we read about how many drunk young men were apprehended by police for urinating in public. Every time a cop has to deal with a drunk who can’t find a toilet, it puts the rest of us at risk. We’ve seen the results – even our community guides become targets for violence. Maybe the answer to reducing the problem of public urination is to provide more public toilets, or at least better signage to the existing facilities. Then we might have a few more cops on the streets at night, instead of in their station doing paper work. Gertie Hall, Queenstown
of Addicts Queenstown’s Full As every junkie knows the highs are mind blowing and the lows are miserable horrid places. All too often that’s where we end up. Too smashed off your face to function, broken bones, crushed vertebra, unconscious on the track having collected a tree or peeled out on the piste. Doesn’t stop us dipping the toe in and going back for more. That’s the worst part of the downer; you can’t get your fix. You’re broken but it’s not the pain eating you up inside. It’s the empty void that messes with your head and depresses you more. You need the fix. We’re all addicts and junkies here.
Queenstown’s full of addicts and junkies. Come on, be honest with yourself. That’s why we’re all here. It ain’t the coffee, although it’s bloody good in places – check out the Mafia blend - Roasted Addiction page 6. It’s irrelevant what your fix is ‘cos there are mountains of highs here – a passion for the place and the need for a fix. For the sex addicts and booze whores a rubber-joe and bottle of Jack. For the adrenaline junkies two feet and a heartbeat - pedal power or some sort of boat gets you access to most of it. The white powdery super fix is on its way too, so wax up.
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Last month we told you about the disc golf comp. Here’s what they got up to. Cheers for the pics James and yep the dog loves the discs - already eaten one of ‘em...
By: Ned Myopus
I have an addiction. I’m not addicted to pills. I don’t need the booze (that much). Pot puts me to sleep. Caffeine isn’t even a drug anymore. P is for losers who want to sleep in a dumpster. Coke is so 80’s. Needles are scary. My addiction is far more pervasive. Odds are you dabble in it yourself; you take a hit from time to time and don’t see the harm. It’s cool, it’s on TV and it’s everywhere and getting bigger by the day. My name is Ned and I’m addicted to Facebook. Laugh all you want but this is serious business. Facebook is a drug and I’m huffing hard on the pipe. The first component to any drug is a high and FB’s got that covered. In our increasingly narcissistic society where I’m obviously far more important than you are, Facebook is the perfect self gratifying portal. I can gaze at my legion of friends and bask in the collected glory of their accumulated numbers. Remember, it’s all about me. I deserve to be a star and on my Facebook page I’m the headlining act. People subscribe to brand ME and line up on opening night. I post a photo and BOOM the kids are all over it. But what’s more this crack house of pseudo social interaction is a self gratifying circle-jerk of egofuelled escapism. 8
There are two main lines to tap. The desire to share which quickly spirals into the paradox of overshare. Everyone has a friend like this. Mircoblogging every breath of their life from conception to earlier today. The self righteous belief that anyone actually gives a shit about what you had for breakfast or what your niece looks like. The other stream is the information maven. The almost zealot like desire to be up to the minute in everything. Wake up in the morning and scroll back through your news feed to see what you missed overnight. Liking photos deep within photo albums from a couple of years back. All knowing, all seeing. So what am I? Like most addicts I’m sadly a bit of both. I joined Facebook to keep tabs on ex-girlfriends and look at embarrassing pictures of friends I really don’t like. This evolved into an all singing, all dancing marathon of status updates, posted photos and pointless information. My addiction runs deep and cuts to the core of what our world has become. We live in a society that craves celebrity, instant gratification and reward for little effort. The drug I’m on, the one that gets me high - is Drug Me. And the truth is, if you’re honest, you’re smokin’ the same thing too. 9
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Addiction can be a terrible thing but before the addiction began you obviously liked whatever you where doing in the first place to get addicted to it! Is Queenstown an addiction? To many people I think that it is. I remember when I first arrived in the town many years ago; I was on a one year work visa and only intended to stay for a ski season. Fourteen years later I am still here and have only made it back to the UK once. Was I addicted to the Queenstown experience? I believe I was. I had never lived in a place which provided everything that I wanted. Easy living, great night life, mountains, great people and everything within a few square kilometres. Like many addicts I went through highs and lows, struggling to survive on minimal wages and partying too hard, finding it hard to stay in and live a
sedate life. But the good times seemed to balance out the bad for the most part. I know many people like myself who have had the same addiction to Queenstown. I also know many people who have managed to break out and either move away or reinvent themselves and settle down to being ‘normal’ humans. Unfortunately for the Queenstown addict there is no help group to deal with your problem. You are the only one who can sort it out and get your life back on track. Even nowadays I sometimes have problems with the town - it still churns me up and spits me out but I do feel that I could move away if I really had to. That’s something I couldn’t have done five years ago at the height of my addiction. This is such a great place we live in but to those of you new to the town - beware - before you know it the years have flown by and you haven’t really moved on much with your life...
Addictions don’t necessarily have to be of the chemical form. A life of excess can be destructive, yet is dangerously appealing, as recently illustrated by everyone’s new favourite train wreck Charlie Sheen. I know a few people who want to be him when they grow up, myself included. But let’s take it back to where glorious materialism really took hold of the common psyche. Let’s take it back to the 80s. In the 80s people were addicted to stuff. After two intense decades filled with protests, inequality and struggle on many levels, the booming economies of the 80s saw many people with disposable income for the first time. And boy, did they dispose. Everything was bigger and better, cars, houses, hair. Music became electronic and portable, clothes became plastic and make-up became glam. Materialism was king and you had to have more stuff than your neighbour. Movies were iconic and the cartoons were the best ever. I was addicted to 80s cartoons well into the 90s. But I could stop anytime I want now - I just don’t want to. Get yourself down to the Winnies Epic 80s Party on the 9th April and indulge in some guilt free commercialism. It’s not like it will lead to an intervention. Erin from Winnies. 11
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to something that won’t make you stupid or kill you slowly? I have told people in yoga classes to kill themselves. I say it all the time. “Kill yourself.” Not very PC I suppose but the point is if it’s easy, it’s probably not worth it. If you have to struggle, then it probably is. We are addicted to an easy life. Something hurts - “Oh! Stop it, it’s too hard.” Don’t get me wrong, I am not saying injure yourself. I am just saying get off your fat, lazy, drinking, smoking, pill taking asses and do something positive for yourself. For the athletes in town, do something good for yourself. Do something that might just make your athletic career last a bit longer than age 43. You’re all broken, stiff, sore and overused. Was that not very PC? Sorry. It takes effort, time and money but what’s health, performance and happiness worth?
My first Bikram class, I fell on the floor and died. I loved it. Finally someone was telling me the truth instead of just telling me I was okay. I came back for more again and again. I got stronger too. So when my teacher tried to make me fall on my face, I could finally laugh and say, “Hah! Trying to kill me? I’m fireproof!” The other day I saw the most beautiful woman at the pool. She was gorgeous but very old. Her spine was like a hunchback, very painful. She never had yoga, never had the choice. You do. It’s on your doorstep. My teacher says, “You suffer 90 minutes, you get 90 years of vibrant health”. You are never too old, never too poor, never too sick to begin yoga and start your life again. Have I scared you? Have I inspired you? Good, do something about it. Get addicted to something good. Just come in and get started today, no reservations, just determination.
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Phoenix foundation in queenstown They’re back folks. It’s been a wee while since kiwi band Phoenix Foundation threw it down for the Queenstown contingent but here they are touring with their latest album Buffalo. Here’s what the pundits reckon:
GRASSROOTS CALLED OFF Earthquakes have robbed us of another piece of New Zealand history with the cancellation of the Grassroots Festival planned for this coming April. Slow ticket sales and a reluctance to take a chance with such a huge line up have been cited as the reasons behind the news. Organisers hope to have the event back on the schedule next year so stay tuned.
‘’Taking a route increasingly denied to British pop, these New Zealanders have been able to develop under the radar over a decade before delivering what feels like a major breakthrough. Song writing this good doesn’t come along often…..an album that already seems destined to be among the best of 2011.’’ 5 Stars. The Guardian. Jan 2011.
OVAL OFFICE LIVE AT DUX Hailing from Christchurch, Oval Office are a sevenpiece funk band featuring some of New Zealand’s finest musical talent. Known for their tight, high energy shows, the band are donating the proceeds from the 16th April gig to the Christchurch Earthquake Appeal - there’s also a keg of Alpine Ale up for auction. Sounds like a crackin’ night out.
Mostly mute in a film where silence often speaks louder than words, Travis (Harry Dean Stanton) stumbles from the Texas no man’s land he’s been wandering in, to a gas station and collapses. Unable to get a word out of Travis, a boozy doctor in a nearby clinic phones an L.A. number he finds in his wallet. His brother Walt answers. He hasn’t seen Travis in 4 years, since around the time both Travis and wife Jane (Natassja Kinski) vanished and their 3 year old son, Hunter, arrived on Walt’s doorstep. Walt drives to Texas to retrieve his lost sibling and the duo embark on an existential road trip through a wasteland of canyons, motels and neon. When Travis finally speaks he simply says “Paris” and the fragments of thoughts he offers his puzzled brother thereafter exhibit a childlike amnesia. When they reach L.A. the enigma of his disappearance slowly unravels as Travis attempts to reconnect with his son and eventually find Jane. 14
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art groomers to name just a few new and exciting developments at the resort. Season Pass holders also now have the choice of There was a time when terrain parks were taboo for the general public, frequented only choosing a pass to suit their personal requirements: by aspiring pros and international superstars. The Standard Season Pass covers night and day skiing, a Night Season Pass for the night owls If you’re lucky enough to pay Snow Park a (day workers) or the Economy Day Season pass. visit this season, chances are you’ll notice All Season passes are loaded with a long list of something different in the air. benefits including stored credit, discounts on food The undeniable change in atmosphere marks the and beverage, retail and more. start of a new era in mountain hospitality where everyone really is welcome. More exciting improvements are planned While maintaining Snow Park’s laid back culture throughout 2011 and beyond. We can all be rest and retaining focus as a world class training and assured that the future promises to deliver even competition ground, measures have been taken more for everyone from the aspiring athlete, the to accommodate the progression of every level seasoned pro, and now even the regular Joe. of ability... even those just wishing to take in the Snow Park NZ is located 35km (40 mins) from mountain scenery or the apres ski atmosphere Wanaka and 55km (1 hour) from Queenstown. without donning the boots and boards. Snow Park NZ Opens June 11 For 2011 Snow Park has made not one Daily Operating hours 9am-4pm development, but a list of them... a brand new rental fleet and department, dedicated learner lift to Night skiing/boarding 5pm - 9pm Tue, Thur & Fri compliment the beginner run, cat skiing in the Meg, reshaped halfpipe and two brand new state of the
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MONTY’S :: Kayne at 3pm & The Night Watchmen at 7pm. PIG & WHISTLE :: Calico from 5pm. winnies :: Weekend wind down with DJ Zomotion.
Ministry :: Quiz at 7pm followed by open mic night with Dave & Charlie from 10pm. pog Mahone’s :: Dan Da Man at 9pm. Red rock :: DJ Asbro from 7pm. winnies :: GCs live and loud! Buffalo Club :: Buff Ugly, wet T comp & sexy bar dancers. PIG & WHISTLE :: Mojo from 9.30pm. WORLD BAR :: 2 ninja DJs from 10pm. MONTY’S :: The Night Watchmen at 9pm.
mon 4 APR
Ministry :: FIFA 2011 PS3 comp, rego 7pm. Free pool all day Mon to Thu. winnies :: Pool comp at 9pm. BUNKER :: Classic Midnight Movies.
tue 5 APR
fri 1 APR
Ministry :: NPPL Poker at 6.30pm. Buffalo Club :: Topless Tues bikini comp. winnies :: Tattoo Tuesday! Prizes for the best real ink.
Ministry :: Super 15 Rugby. DJs Al & Olly from 9pm. Rattlesnake :: 18 years of love, 1993 -2011, closed for renovations, new Lone Star opening soon. pog Mahone’s :: Charlie Gibson, 9pm. RED ROCK :: Rock Night. DUX DE LUX :: Ghettoblaster from 9pm. winnies :: Best DJs in town! BUNKER :: DJ J-San, House Retro fusion. PIG & WHISTLE :: Mojo from 9.30pm. MONTY’S :: Live music with Calico.
wed 6 APR
Ministry :: Man Handle Club Night. WORLD BAR :: Nick & Morgan’s leaving bash, huge fundraiser gigathon! pog Mahone’s :: Quiz from 7pm followed by live music from Calico. Buffalo Club :: Ginger Wednesday, get yourself a free t-shirt. MONTY’S :: Sam at 7pm. DUX DE LUX :: DJ Dani Gun at 8pm. winnies :: Wednesday Lockdown, get handcuffed to a partner in crime.
sat 2 APR
Ministry :: Saucy Saturday drink deals, ICC Cricket World Cup live. pog Mahone’s :: Live music at 9pm. DUX DE LUX :: Inside Out from 9pm. winnies :: Wicked local DJ from 10pm. Buffalo Club :: Toga Party, great prizes & amazing drink deals all night. BUNKER :: DJ Dick Ingal mixin’ it up. PIG & WHISTLE :: Karaoke 10pm-late. MONTY’S :: Free Funk Foundation.
thu 7 APR
Ministry :: Quiz at 7pm followed by open mic night with Dave & Charlie 10pm. pog Mahone’s :: The Mutz Nutz at 9pm. RED ROCK :: DJ Asbro from 7pm. Buffalo Club :: Buff Ugly, Queenstown’s naughtiest party, wet T comp. PIG & WHISTLE :: Live music with Calico. WORLD BAR :: 2 ninja DJs from 10pm. MONTY’S :: Inside Out at 8.30pm. DUX DE LUX :: Noel Coutts at 5pm.
sun 3 APR
Ministry :: Snake Bite Sundays. NRL live. Cardsharks Poker, 7.30pm. RED ROCK :: Sunday Sesh-On, live music with Pass the Sauce at 4pm. DJ Asbro. DUX DE LUX :: DJ Ben Jamin at 7pm. BUNKER :: Sunday Session with Kris Eddy.
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tue 12 APR
Ministry :: Super 15 Rugby. DJs Al & Olly from 9pm. pog Mahone’s :: Charlie Gibson 9pm. RED ROCK :: Rock Night. winnies :: Best DJs in town! BUNKER :: DJ J-San, House Retro fusion. PIG & WHISTLE :: Live music with Deadlier Than The Male from 9.30pm. MONTY’S :: Live music at 8.30pm.
MEMORIAL HALL :: Rita and Douglas (Stage Performance) 7pm Ministry :: NPPL Poker at 6.30pm. Buffalo Club :: Topless Tuesday bikini comp & drinks specials. winnies :: Tattoo Tuesday! Prizes for the best real ink.
wed 13 APR
MEMORIAL HALL :: Passing Wind 1pm and 6pm Ministry :: Man Handle Club Night. WORLD BAR :: Last ever Cartel gig. Tender Love from 10.30pm. pog Mahone’s :: Quiz at 7pm followed by live music from Calico. Buffalo Club :: Ginger Wednesdays, get yourself a free t-shirt. MONTY’S :: Sam at 7pm. DUX DE LUX :: DJ Dani Gun from 8pm. winnies :: Wednesday Lockdown, get handcuffed to a partner in crime.
sat 9 APR
Ministry :: Saucy Saturday drink deals, ICC Cricket World Cup live. WORLD BAR :: World’s infamous Industry Ball - got your invite? pog Mahone’s :: Live music at 9pm. DUX DE LUX :: Ash & The Matadors 9pm. winnies :: Superfreaky Old Skool 80s Party! BUNKER :: DJ Dick Ingal mixin’ it up. PIG & WHISTLE :: Canterbury Aid, 12 hours of live music from 1pm-1am for earthquake appeal. MONTY’S :: Free Funk Foundation 6pm. Buffalo Club :: Traffic Light Party!
thu 14 APR
MEMORIAL HALL :: Ole Ola 7pm Ministry :: Quiz at 7pm followed by open mic night with Dave & Charlie 10pm. pog Mahone’s :: The Mutz Nutz at 9pm. RED ROCK :: DJ Asbro from 7pm. Buffalo Club :: Buff Ugly, Queenstown’s naughtiest party, wet T comp. PIG & WHISTLE :: Live music with Kayne & Sam from 9pm. WORLD BAR :: 2 ninja DJs from 10pm. MONTY’S :: Cant’ell at 9pm.
sun 10 APR
Ministry :: Snake Bite Sundays. NRL live. Cardsharks Poker, 7.30pm. RED ROCK :: Sunday Sesh-On, Calico at 4pm. DJ Asbro. DUX DE LUX :: Sleemo at 4pm. BUNKER :: Sunday Session with Kris Eddy. PIG & WHISTLE :: The Mutz Nutz, 5pm. MONTY’S :: Inside Out at 7pm. winnies :: Weekend wind down with DJ Zomotion.
fri 15 APR
MEMORIAL HALL :: The Phoenix Foundation LIVE :: 9pm $36 Tkts Ministry :: Super 15 Rugby. DJs Al & Olly from 9pm. Buffalo Club :: Jagermeister Party, big prize giveaway. pog Mahone’s :: Charlie Gibson, 9pm. DUX DE LUX :: The GCs from 9pm.
mon 11 APR
Ministry :: FIFA 2011 PS3 comp, rego 7pm. Free pool all day Mon to Thu. winnies :: Pool comp at 9pm. BUNKER :: Classic Midnight Movies.
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wed 20 APR
winnies :: Best DJs in town! BUNKER :: DJ J-San, House Retro fusion. PIG & WHISTLE :: The Hamiltones - 9.30. MONTY’S :: The Night Watchmen at 8.30pm. Red rock :: Rock Night. Calico at 9pm.
Ministry :: Man Handle Club Night. WORLD BAR :: Shay & Pearly from 8.30pm. pog Mahone’s :: Quiz from 7pm followed by music with Calico. Buffalo Club :: Ginger Wednesday, get yourself a free t-shirt. MONTY’S :: Sam at 7pm. DUX DE LUX :: DJ Dani Gun at 8pm. winnies :: Wednesday Lockdown, get handcuffed to a partner in crime.
sat 16 APR
Ministry :: Saucy Saturday drink deals, ICC Cricket World Cup live. pog Mahone’s :: Live music from 9pm. DUX DE LUX :: Oval Office at 9pm, charity fundraiser for Christchurch. winnies :: Wicked local DJ from 10pm. Buffalo Club :: Full Moon Beach Party. BUNKER :: DJ Dick Ingal mixin’ it up. PIG & WHISTLE :: Karaoke from 10pm. MONTY’S :: Free Funk Foundation, 6pm.
thu 21 APR
Ministry :: Quiz at 7pm followed by open mic night with Dave & Charlie 10pm. pog Mahone’s :: The Mutz Nutz at 9pm. RED ROCK :: DJ Asbro from 7pm. Buffalo Club :: Buff Ugly, Queenstown’s naughtiest party, wet T comp. PIG & WHISTLE :: Calico from 9.30pm. WORLD BAR :: Midnight closure - get in early! MONTY’S :: The Mutz Nutz at 9pm.
sun 17 APR
Ministry :: Snake Bite Sundays. NRL live. Cardsharks Poker, 7.30pm. RED ROCK :: Sunday Sesh-On, DJs & live music from 4pm. DUX DE LUX :: DJ Ben Jamin at 8pm. BUNKER :: Sunday Session with Kris Eddy. MONTY’S :: Kayne at 3pm & The Mutz Nutz at 7pm. PIG & WHISTLE :: Calico from 5pm. winnies :: Weekend wind down with DJ Zomotion.
fri 22 APR
Ministry :: Super 15 Rugby. DJs Al & Olly from 9pm. pog Mahone’s :: Charlie Gibson at 9pm. winnies :: Best DJs in town! BUNKER :: DJ J-San, House Retro fusion. PIG & WHISTLE :: Live music with Deadlier Than The Male from 9.30pm. MONTY’S :: The Night Watchmen at 8.30pm. Red rock :: Good Friday. Open for the purpose of dining only. WORLD BAR :: Open at midnight with DJ Cuban Pete.
mon 18 APR
Ministry :: FIFA 2011 PS3 comp, rego 7pm. Free pool all day Mon to Thu. winnies :: Pool comp at 9pm. BUNKER :: Classic Midnight Movies.
tue 19 APR
sat 23 APR
Ministry :: NPPL Poker at 6.30pm. Buffalo Club :: Topless Tuesday bikini comp & drinks specials. winnies :: Tattoo Tuesday! Prizes for the best real ink.
Ministry :: Saucy Saturday drink deals, ICC Cricket World Cup live. pog Mahone’s :: Live music at 9pm. DUX DE LUX :: The Aviators at 8pm. winnies :: Wicked local DJ from 10pm. BUNKER :: DJ Dick Ingal mixin’ it up. 19
gig guide Apr11 PIG & WHISTLE :: Karaoke from 10pm. MONTY’S :: Free Funk Foundation 6pm. Ministry :: Snake Bite Sundays. NRL live. Cardsharks Poker, 7.30pm. WORLD BAR :: Closed for a well deserved staff party. DUX DE LUX :: Sleemo at 4pm. BUNKER :: Sunday Session with Kris Eddy. PIG & WHISTLE :: The Mutz Nutz at 5pm. MONTY’S :: Calico at 3pm & Kayne at 7pm. Red rock :: Easter Sunday. Open for the purpose of dining only. winnies :: Weekend wind down with DJ Zomotion.
fri 29 APR
Ministry :: Super 15 Rugby. DJs Al & Olly from 9pm. pog Mahone’s :: Charlie Gibson, 9pm. RED ROCK :: Rock Night. winnies :: Best DJs in town! BUNKER :: DJ J-San, House Retro fusion. PIG & WHISTLE :: Mojo from 9.30pm. MONTY’S :: Live music at 8.30pm.
sat 30 APR
mon 25 APR
Ministry :: Saucy Saturday drink deals, ICC Cricket World Cup live. pog Mahone’s :: Live music at 9pm. winnies :: World famous Pirate Party, ooaar! Buffalo Club :: Back to Skool Party, great prizes & amazing drink deals all night. BUNKER :: DJ Dick Ingal mixin’ it up. PIG & WHISTLE :: Karaoke 10pm-late. MONTY’S :: Free Funk Foundation 6pm.
Ministry :: FIFA 2011 PS3 comp, rego 7pm. Free pool all day Mon to Thu. winnies :: Anzac Day. Lest We Forget. BUNKER :: Classic Midnight Movies. Red rock :: Anzac Day, open from 1pm.
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wed 27 APR
Ministry :: Man Handle Club Night. Buffalo Club :: Ginger Wednesday, get yourself a free t-shirt. pog Mahone’s :: Quiz from 7pm, followed by live music with Calico. MONTY’S :: Sam at 7pm. DUX DE LUX :: DJ Dani Gun at 8pm. winnies :: Wednesday Lockdown, get handcuffed to a partner in crime.
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pog Mahone’s :: The Mutz Nutz at 9pm. Red rock :: DJ Asbro from 7pm. Buffalo Club :: Buff Ugly, Qtn’s naughtiest party, wet T comp. PIG & WHISTLE :: Shay & Pearly 9pm. WORLD BAR :: 2 ninja DJs from 10pm. MONTY’S :: The Night Watchmen at 9pm. DUX DE LUX :: Nudge at 9pm.
sun 24 APR
Ministry :: NPPL Poker at 6.30pm. Buffalo Club :: Topless Tuesday bikini comp & drinks specials. winnies :: Tattoo Tuesday! Prizes for the best real ink.
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Ministry :: Quiz at 7pm followed by open mic night with Dave & Charlie 10pm.
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“What the council needs to do is...” How many times does that phrase turn up in the average Queenstowner’s conversation? Stop counting, it’s a rhetorical question but let’s be honest, there’s a chance you’ve at the very least thought those words, if not actually said them out loud. Human beings are clever creatures and most of us are just brimming with ideas. Some of those ideas, like “let me throw petrol on that bonfire” are ill advised. Others, like the first realisation that amazing things can be done with ground up cocoa beans, sugar and butter, are positively inspired in their chocolatey magnificence. If you’ve had a great idea the time is approaching when you can stop talking to
your friends about it and start talking to us. Submissions on the draft annual plan open on the 16th of April. The Annual Plan sets out Council’s budgets and projects for the coming year, so if you’ve been saying “What the council needs to do is...” rather a lot lately, then come and tell us what it is you think we should be doing. Anyone can make a submission and all submissions are considered. So keep an eye on the QLDC website www.qldc.govt.nz for more information on the Annual Plan process. Oh, I nearly forgot! The theme of this month’s issue is addiction. So ‘just say no’ kids, especially to large lumps of chocolatey magnificence. It’ll make you fat and rot your teeth. 23
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Here’s our take on your month ahead. If you’re looking for spiritual guidance this is the place...
Aries – Don’t let them see you with just your socks on.
Libra – If you never liked sprouts before, try them again.
Taurus – Time to take a chill pill.
Scorpio – Being right is highly overrated.
Gemini – Everybody can change. Cancer – Dandruff and bad breath are not the best ways to ward off unwanted advances. Leo – Tough titty little kitty. Virgo – If you don’t have anything nice to say, just DON’T.
Sagittarius - Most of the things you worry about never happen. Capricorn – Don’t look behind you! Aquarius – You should abandon your belongings and lead a nomadic lifestyle. Pisces – You will find comb-overs irresistable this month.
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earthlings... Kicking OUR oil addiction Our regular look at us the world around folk at thanks to the good
deep water oil spills are basically almost impossible to plug quickly and clean up. This time around, the addiction has a further edge because of the impact that the political unrest in the Middle East is having on already volatile oil markets. Finally, the oil monkey that’s riding our backs is destroying the equilibrium of our climate. Burning fossil fuels is driving climate change. We know the consequences of that are potentially disastrous.
I’m going to put it out there; there’s no worse addiction than the one that so many businesses, governments and virtually all of us as individuals are hooked on, whether by choice or not. It’s oil. Let’s look at the facts. Oil’s expensive. At the time of writing, a litre of 91 octane petrol costs $2.16 per litre. And of course, in the medium to long-term, that price is only going to rise – a lot higher. One day soon we will laugh (bitterly) about the price of petrol in 2011, just as we might do now about how the same cost around 80 cents a litre in the 1990s. It comes with the extreme risk of a disastrous spill. As the cheap, easily accessible oil runs out, the oil companies are opening up new frontiers in their search for new sources of oil. Those include the Arctic, in amongst icebergs that need to be towed away from rigs and in the deep water off some of New Zealand’s most remote and scenic pieces of coast. As the Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico proved less than a year ago,
And yet we still can’t give the stuff up. Or can we? The world’s smarter nations are already investing serious money in order to help their cleantech (clean energy and efficiency technologies) companies compete in the global cleantech race. Cleantech not only offers a way to fight climate change, it also offers those who get in early an opportunity to thrive in a post-carbon 21st century. As the price of oil goes up, so too does the economic potential of the cleantech sector.
Cleantech, along with practical, common sense solutions like improving public transport and of course some good old fashioned personal responsibility, can and will (let’s think positively) save us from destroying our climate. Remaining hooked on oil won’t do anything of the sort.
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is easily remedied for most people by simply switching to decaffeinated coffee and non-caffeinated cola thereby reducing their daily intake to below recommended levels. After just a few days, the need for the caffeine boost diminishes and goes away. The most serious effects of withdrawal are relatively minor, with headache and a depressed mood topping the list.
It was discovered on a space mission that a frog can throw up. The frog throws up its stomach first, so the stomach is dangling out of its mouth. The frog uses its forearms to dig out all of the stomach’s contents and then swallows the stomach back down again. Eeuw.
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HUMOUR A young man on acid walked into a dentist’s office and said, “ Can you help me? I think I’m a moth.” The dentist said, “You don’t need a dentist. You need a psychiatrist.” “Yes, I know,” the man said. The dentist asked, “So then why did you come in here?” The man replied, “The light was on.”
A white guy is walking along a beach when he comes across a lamp partially buried in the sand. He picks up the lamp and gives it a rub. Two blonde genies appear, and they tell him he has been granted three wishes. The guy makes his three wishes and the blonde genies disappear. The next thing the guy knows, he’s in a bedroom in a golf course mansion, surrounded by 50 beautiful women. After he makes love to all of them, he begins to explore this fabulous house. Suddenly he feels something soft under his feet, he looks down and the floor is covered in $100 bills. Then there’s a knock at the door. He answers it and standing there are two people dressed in ku klux klan outfits. They drag him outside to the nearest tree, throw a rope over a limb and hang him by the neck until he’s dead. As the klansmen are walking away, they remove their hoods. It’s the two blonde genies. One genie says to the other one, “I
can understand the first wish having all these beautiful women in a big mansion to make love to. I can also understand him wanting to be a millionaire. But why he wanted to be hung like a black guy is beyond me.” THE BEER PRAYER Our lager, Which art in barrels, Hallowed be Thy drink, Thy will be drunk, (I will be drunk), At home, as I am in the tavern. Give us this day, our foamy head, And forgive us our spillages, As we forgive those who spill against us, And lead us not to incarceration, But deliver us from hangovers, For thine is the beer, The bitter and the lager, Forever and ever, Barmen. 30
Inspired by the Queenstown cycling community’s vision to celebrate Queenstown as a biking mecca, we have devised the concept of a Queenstown Bike Festival focusing on the theme - “IT’S ALL ABOUT THE BIKE!” Queenstown has a growing profile as one of the three leading biking centres in the world, positioned alongside the best - Morzine in France and Whistler in Canada. The Queenstown Bike Festival combines mountain bikes, downhill and road bikes through a diverse series of events rolled into an exciting package for kids, recreational and elite, or simply passionate riders. The ten day festival programme features three keystone events to suit all biking levels- the Ben Lomond DirtMasters Downhill, the New World Tour de Wakatipu and the Outside Sports Super D Enduro. Please join us and make this inaugural festival a resounding success. RIDE ON! Pascale And Geoff queenstownbikefestival.co.nz
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Climb down Little French clown Off your white horse And run from me
Why are you such an angry little man Did you toss at night and sweat your evil plans Were you bullied at school Or did your Dad touch you Or the priest behind a pew Did your Mum hate you too Such an angry little man What did they do to you
How many times have I got to beat you The final’s here and now at Waterloo Were you bullied at school Or did your Dad touch you Did your Mum not dress you in blue Such an angry little man What did they do to you
More new widows Search bloody meadows For bits of loved ones Who died for you From Josephine to St Helena We’ve had enough of your megalomania So, why don’t you just piss off You French midget!
“What contemptible scoundrel has stolen the cork to my lunch?” WC Fields
Freudian-Slip Me Another Eight-Ball
You think a cocaine spree is tough to knock? Clearly you haven’t played Wii Sports Resort Frisbee golf. If you have you’d know that “addiction” doesn’t just mean you’re doing too many lines off the urinal. You could be doing too many line-outs in Rugby Live for X-Box 360, or singing too many lines from Glee in your sleep. This month I enlisted Brian Glass, PhD candidate in psychology, to provide a neurological justification for your addiction, whether it’s Pacman or just P. Adam: From a psychological standpoint, what is addiction? Brian: Addiction is a compulsion to take a drug or perform some activity regardless of the cost to your health, bank account, job, family and your Tamagotchi virtual pets, which die in nearly all addiction cases. A: Horrifying. How can our brains let this happen? B: At the neural level, we are bypassing the normal route for receiving reward or pleasurable sensations. For example, why spend all that time cooking Christmas dinner and having all your family over just to get some dopamine released in the ventral tegmental area of the mesenchephalon when you can just sit in a dumpster and inject heroin? A: Ok, but my heroin binges are different than my food, TV and PS3 binges, right? B: The only topic hotter than this in psychology is whether Mark Sainsbury shines his own head or has his wife do it. Researchers have actually shown that playing a video game can have the same physiological response as taking a handful of methamphetamines. A: Does addiction plague humans only? What about animals? What about Cher? B: Some elephants will travel miles to
eat fermented fruit, some goats get hooked on caffeine and ants have been known to get drunk on certain kinds of nectar. Most scientists agree that Cher is addicted to inspiring us all with her deep contralto vocal range. And to glittery pants. A: Cocaine vs. Charlie Sheen’s Twitter feed – what’s more addictive? B: While both are epic tiger-blooded wins, hopefully nobody starts using cocaine just to stay up late to read his Twitter feed. A: Cigarettes vs. World of Warcraft… B: One requires you to go outside. The other requires you to stay inside. Both have been known to have a levelling-up points system (see: Marlboro Miles, Camel Cash). A: Is marijuana addictive? B: Results are hazy, literally. It’s probably as addictive as jogging. A: Well I can’t stop… jogging. Without fancy drugs or gimmicks, is it possible to think my way out of my addiction? B: Mahatma Gandhi quit smoking, and I doubt he used the patch. Fiending for Brian’s uncensored banter? Get the full story on The Source’s Facebook page.
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