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HARD NEWS 30/04/03 - Last For The Month

HARD NEWS 30/04/03 - Last For The Month

Hi folks,

Wow, you *did* tell your friends - we picked up about 600 new users yesterday! Anyway, here's the last for April. Have a look.




So spare me the hectoring |Apr 30, 2003 14:21
Russell Brown's Hard News

I'm sure I've read more confused, angry, paranoid tracts in the New Zealand Herald than Denis Dutton's effort yesterday, but I can't presently remember when. Dutton opens with his favourite conceit, casting himself as the keen-minded sceptic in a room full of feeble-minded Kiwi liberals discussing, in this ...,


High fives and corporate anthems* |Apr 29, 2003 13:27
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

Happiness! Michelle Forbes reappeared in the predictable but cogent 10p.m to 11p.m. slot of '24'. Last night's episode is still waiting wrapped in the VCR, along with the watermark in the lower right hand corner ?,


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