This is the blog of David Armstrong, semi-retired writer of Motueka New Zealand.
David has a fair idea of what he thinks about a variety of issues concerning both Planet Earth and his home country, New Zealand, but usually tries to see other sides of the story as well as the view he is forming.
Often viewing the other side or switching roles of the agents helps him gain insights that hopefully draw him closer to whatever “the truth” may be.
David acknowledges that he may be wrong (sometimes or often), but he’s prepared to voice an opinion based on contemplation of multiple sides of an issue. He may be wrong, but . . . . he may also have some insight to offer.
David is a semi-retired journalist and website designer who in the past has worked as a teacher, scientist (physics and engineering), computer programmer and technology writer and editor for The Press newspaper in Christchurch.
Now settled in Motueka (having left Christchurch exactly one year before the misery began there), he began and continues to administer the Motueka Online community news website (www.motuekaonline.org.nz) in 2010, and with daily updating it’s now the largest and probably the most active not-for-profit community website in New Zealand.
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