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Fighting Talk - latest talk June 9

Fighting Talk - latest talk June 9
Michael Appleton - student, Cambridge

Wednesday, June 09, 2004 Let us hope that I'm about as good at predicting US Presidential races as I am at picking the winners of upcoming cricket test series. more:

Max Johns - Lazy writer, Ashburton

Thursday, June 03, 2004 Ten things I wish I was allowed to say in print

1. Michael Cullen is a self-satisfied git. Ministers of Finance should not be made out of guys that used to get beaten up for their lunch money.
2. The Listener is rapidly chasing the Sunday Star-Times down Quality Hill and it won't stop until Dean Barker is on the cover every second week with his arm around some dumb blonde and extensive coverage is given to the latest dieting techniques. more:

Matt Nippert - couched potato, Auckland

Wednesday, June 02, 2004 On television the other night I saw the Maori Queen, and he was wearing white pants. The screen flickered with 12 dancers dressed in white belting out 'Find Me Somebody to Love' whilst I killed time channel-surfing before Eating Media Lunch. It was Maori Television, a show called Mau Mahara, a variety performance from the dreadful early 80s.

Lyndon Hood - non-appointee, Lower Hutt

Wednesday, June 02, 2004 The other week I got a phone call with the Good News. The Destiny New Zealand Political Party was coming to Wellington! Knowing, as they did, I wanted to live in a decent society but that looking at the TV I could see that this wasn't the case, they had sent me my first spam phone message. more:


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