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Public Address 21/05/04 - Three Guys

PUBLIC ADDRESS 21/05/04 - Three Guys

Without wishing to be a spoilsport ... | May 21, 2004 11:53
Russell Brown's Hard News

I confess, the spectator appeal of motorsport pretty much eludes me, so I'm not coming to the issue of Auckland's seven-year contract for V8 supercar racing as a fan. But - deja vu all over again - Mayor Banks seems to be writing verbal cheques he'll have trouble cashing...
http://publicaddress.net/default,1245.sm#post1245

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Sand and sea | May 20, 2004 18:08
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Without wanting to steal Mr O'Neill's thunder by writing about things over the ditch, I do feel compelled to type a few words about recent occurrences on Manly Beach. But first, and uncharacteristically early into the post (even by my standards), a small diversion...
http://publicaddress.net/default,1238.sm#post1238

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Camp Redemption? | May 20, 2004 13:19
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

Aww for f**k's sake! Come on! You have got to be joking? Camp f**k*ng Redemption! Yes folks, the US is renaming Abu Ghraib following the prisoner abuse scandal. If I start reading that name being used seriously in the press I am going to be physically sick...
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