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Sludge Report #132 – Where’s Rodney?

Sludge Report #132 – Where’s Rodney?

In This Edition. Where’s Rodney? - Top Ten Reasons Why Rodney Hide Is Unable To Comment This Morning

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Sludge Report #132

Where’s Rodney?

Following from yesterday’s resurrection of the Free Money For The Greedy Mystery..

Sludge Report #131 – Sludge Scoop Haunts Hide

...C.D. Sludge presents wonder's where Rodney is today….


Top Ten Reasons Why Rodney Hide Is Unable To Comment This Morning

1. In a meeting with the previous board of Air New Zealand.

2. On holiday with Enron executives.

3. In East Afghanistan, seeking cave.

4. On a private jet with head of the FBI.

5. Clearing his garage of "product" in case media stake out his house.

6. Checking out a rumour about editor of Consumer magazine.

7. Attending course on Nigerian property investments.

8. Investigating becoming a tele-evangelist.

9. Swapping war stories with Owen.

10. Selling his ostriches.

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