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Public Address 09/10/03 - Beasts And Beastliness

PUBLIC ADDRESS 09/10/03 - Beasts and beastliness

Power craziness |Oct 09, 2003 11:40
Russell Brown's Hard News

' So Californians get their wish: a movie actor with no coherent policy platform is to take charge of their basket-case state. And Arnie comes in with a problem that might make the groping allegations look irrelevant...
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Bless the beasts and children |Oct 08, 2003 09:11
Jolisa Gracewood in NYC

Summoned by an unearthly bellowing from the end of the street, we went out to see what was going on. It was St Francis of Assisi Day, when the animals come to the Cathedral for the spectacular annual blessing of the beasts ...
http://publicaddress.net/default,busytown.sm#post731

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