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Patrick Crewdson - kept man, Auckland
Monday, July 05, 2004

It looks like pretty soon I'm gonna be flush. I'm expecting $2.2 million, you see, from a barrister who recently made my acquaintance. And that's American money. Yep, two million greenbacks, sir. Or, should you be calling me sir?

http://fightingtalk.blogspot.com/2004/07/patrick-crewdson-kept-man-auckland.html

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Max Johns - former diversion beneficiary, Christchurch
Monday, July 05, 2004

It’s an interesting time to be observing political manouverings now that Don Brash has made his second of five promised speeches presenting a bold new National Party. And bold he is being - opposition parties are afforded the optional luxury of being able to heckle and insult the Government’s attempts to solve problems without having to suggest any sort of alternative approach.

http://fightingtalk.blogspot.com/2004/07/max-johns-former-diversion-beneficiary.html

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Lyndon Hood - small-d democrat, Lower Hutt
Thursday, July 01, 2004

Since at least one reader appeared to be surprised by my bald assertions about corruption in the 2000 Presidential Ballot in Florida, I'll take the opening and explain myself. This has all been thrashed out elsewhere (not, of course, in US mainstream media), so I'll consider being brief.

The short answer to the question of where I got this is: Greg Palast...

http://fightingtalk.blogspot.com/2004/07/lyndon-hood-small-d-democrat-lower.html

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