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Public Address 04/05/04 - Mutton Chops & Martinis

PUBLIC ADDRESS 04/05/04 - Mutton Chops & Martinis

Old Faithful Chops | May 04, 2004 09:27
Russell Brown's Hard News

For now, my money's on the Daily Mirror's pictures of British soldiers abusing Iraqi POWs being fakes, even if the stories they relate to aren't. The expert analysis of evidence in the pictures, if reported correctly, raises some serious questions...
http://publicaddress.net/default,1198.sm#post1198

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Martinis at the RSL | May 03, 2004 14:35
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

A few days ago the Girlie called me a retard. It was early in the morning and I was feeling a bit tired and emotional having only gotten in at 4am. Despite that I couldn't resist having my morning sport...
http://publicaddress.net/default,1197.sm#post1197

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It's just an *ffing sheep! | May 03, 2004 12:22
Fiona Rae from the couch

Greg Proops just had to do a whole routine about Shrek didn't he? I was so embarrassed. But then I realised, no wait – he's got Dubya. That's a whole lot more embarrassment right there...
http://publicaddress.net/default,1194.sm#post1194

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