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Public Address 08/06/04 - Liberally Freaking Out

PUBLIC ADDRESS 08/06/04 - Liberally freaking out

Liberal ironies | Jun 08, 2004 10:15
Russell Brown's Hard News

I called Paul on Saturday morning to make sure he was still on the face of the Earth. After all, with the Anglican Archbishop of New Zealand boldly looking forward to a world without gays, there was every chance it'd been shuffled up God's to-do list. Which would be a disaster - I had Warriors tickets, and going there on my own might be way too depressing...
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The multicultural freak-out | Jun 08, 2004 10:46
GUEST: Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

I've never really understood what it is about multiculturalism that make conservatives loose their 'nana. Maybe it's the way the idea seems to involving having to sit next to someone you think is "stinky" on the train or bus...
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