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Jacinda Ardern stays calm and carries on as earthquake strikes

Jacinda Ardern stays calm and carries on as earthquake strikes

(0:38) New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Arden reacts to an earthquake rattling the parliament building in the country's capital.
The Telegraph YT channel May 25, 2020

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Guest: Kiwi Jade (603 days ago)

We get used to it as happens a lot in NZ

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We get used to it as happens a lot in NZ

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (604 days ago)

Never seen anyone so happy in an earthquake.

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Never seen anyone so happy in an earthquake.

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An American boss once said to me "you really have balls women", I said I have a perfectly good pair of breasts and I don't need balls. WOW OH WOW, has that women got a great pair of breasts!!

 

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