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Public Address 27/11/03 - Pastoral Masters

PUBLIC ADDRESS 27/11/03 - Pastoral masters

Hi folks,

Two more top blogs. You may have noticed that we've been prolific lately - I'm quite keen to accompany our award this month with some record traffic stats. So if you were ever going to tip off a friend to Public Address, today would be a good day ...



Bovine TV | Nov 27, 2003 11:10
Russell Brown's Hard News

So we have another media blog. Excellent. Welcome aboard, MediaCow, although I note that the author has taken the rather burdensome path of adopting a third-party persona, and worse, a non-gendered one. I can never quite understand why people do that...,


Summer is ready when you are... | Nov 26, 2003 13:36
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

The weather's all over the place at the moment. Last week I was savouring my early finishes at work. Home by three-ish, on the deck, stretched out beside the cats, enjoying the sun. Or at least trying to enjoy the sun …,

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