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Public Address 05/11/03 - Winning And Losing

PUBLIC ADDRESS 05/11/03 - Winning and Losing

Losing it |Nov 05, 2003 10:06
Jolisa Gracewood in NYC

The solar storms of last week have nothing on the tempest that erupted in our kitchen this morning, when poor old Busytot dropped the vintage yellow Fiestaware teacup. "No break cup!" he howled, just a split-second too late for the fundamental laws of the universe to temporarily reverse...
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Game on! |Nov 05, 2003 09:54
Russell Brown's Hard News

It can now be told: Jeremy "Newsboy" Wells, Damian Christie and I will be presenting an alternative commentary on 95bFM for the All Blacks' World Cup quarter-final against South Africa on Saturday. The programme will commence at 8.00pm with build-up discussion and music, and the kick-off is, of course, at..
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