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Public Address 29/07/04 - Spooky Extremes

PUBLIC ADDRESS 29/07/04 - Spooky Extremes

Spooky | Jul 29, 2004 09:23
Russell Brown's Hard News

National MP Nick Smith has promised an end to the "spiritual nonsense" he says is being forced on New Zealanders by Christian churches. He says his party will end "bizarre" restraints on legitimate commercial activity on such days as "Good" Friday...
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From One Extreme... | Jul 28, 2004 17:01
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

So the other day I woke up with stigmata on my hands. A law degree and moderately successful media career aside, I don't generally consider myself to have many Jesus-like qualities, so it was fair to say it came as a bit of a shock...
http://www.publicaddress.net/default,1369.sm

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