Kia Kaha Roar Guru

Kia Kaha

Roar Guru

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About

I am an avid All Black fan living in Madrid far from my native land of the long, white cloud but all too near to everything related to football. Speaking about rugby is my necessary outlet.

Member Since:
 
September 2014
Based In:
 
Madrid
Favourite Sports:
Cricket, Cycling, Rugby,

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The Crusaders: A beacon of hope to all

The Crusaders: A beacon of hope to all

10 May 2017

In 1957, the physicist Hugh Everett came up with a theory of multiple realities that took in quantum mechanics. It suggested all possible alternate histories and futures are real within their own worlds.

A tale of two rugby nations

A tale of two rugby nations

25 Oct 2016

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times

Cheika, you got to know when to fold ’em

Cheika, you got to know when to fold 'em

31 Aug 2016

In my student days, I worked at the Christchurch Casino. Casinos like to portray themselves as places of glitz and glamour but for many they are in fact pits of despair where lives gurgle down the drains.

Super Rugby and starting all over again

Super Rugby and starting all over again

25 Feb 2016

I’m going to be a father again in July. Call me a glutton for punishment. Or a brave forward planner.

The Wallabies provide worthy foes for the All Blacks

The Wallabies provide worthy foes for the All Blacks

30 Oct 2015

Honour and glory are central to the Greek character. Since heroes are the essence of the society from which they come, Greek heroes are judged by their deeds in battle according to these twin pillars.

Is Argentina the last hope of the north?

Is Argentina the last hope of the north?

20 Oct 2015

In Tolkien’s mythical land of Gondor, the beacons were two series of permanently manned stations maintained by the lord of Minas Tirith for raising the alarm in northern and southern Gondor respectively.