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Public Address 23/03/04 - Out For A Duck

PUBLIC ADDRESS 23/03/04 - Out for a Duck

Joy at the Park | Mar 23, 2004 09:20
Russell Brown's Hard News

One of the joys of being a self-employed knowledge worker is that when you want to go and do something, you go and do it. So When the ninth South African wicket fell at Eden Park yesterday, Fiona and I decided we'd get down there and witness a historic victory...
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If It Quacks Like A Duck | Mar 22, 2004 16:23
David Slack on his own account

You couldn't fool George Orwell. And it's pretty clear the President of the United States can't fool Christopher Ketcham. He wrote a nice piece last month in which he analysed the degree of duckspeak in an interview with Tim Russert...
http://publicaddress.net/default,1103.sm#post1103

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