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Jack Lasenby
Oct 1st, 2019 at 8:21pm
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Jack was my lecturer at teachers college in the late 80ís. A real good bugger with some amazing yarns. He made a difference with his writing and was passionate about hunting, the outdoors and last but not least education. A good Kiwi!!!

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Reply #1 - Oct 2nd, 2019 at 7:28am
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Interestingly enough thereís been a number of articles in the media about his childrenís books, with bugger all about his hunting and conservation work
  

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Re: Jack Lasenby
Reply #2 - Oct 3rd, 2019 at 11:20am
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life is such and you can be sure hes now in heaven
i most likely sat on that spot in the whakatane river as it was my block for ten yrs
as jack arrived at the pearly gates st peter asked him what hed done to deserve a place in heaven
well sir,, replied jack,, ive been a culler for many and many a  yr
youd better come in then couse youve had your days of hell
there were some shit rangers around but i suppose there were shit hunters too,,ones that poached and wondered well outside their boundaries Grin
  

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