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Public Address 10/11/03 - Monday Magic

PUBLIC ADDRESS 10/11/03 - Monday magic

Sitting Ducks |Nov 10, 2003 11:19
Russell Brown's Hard News

Not such a great week for the Act Party, then. Indeed, let us count the ways in which things are turning pear-shaped for the party that formed to knock off Roger Douglas's unfinished business and got lost down the blind alley of populism...
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Remembering 9/11 |Nov 09, 2003 18:01
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

The events of 9/11 are now fading. Steadily, the date is being normalized, slowly becoming just another day. It was always going to happen. As I suspected, this year it passed unnoticed, totally without remark as far as I can see...
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Agglunitative |Nov 08, 2003 17:23
Chad Taylor in the Muse Lounge

The first lounge window has been stripped and painted with a thin coat of primer in preparation for sanding and second priming next week. The old putty had completely retreated on one of the panes and hardened like stone..
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