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Fighting Talk - Philosophy And Full Of Me

FIGHTING TALK - Philosophy And Full Of Me

Patrick Crewdson - unable to focus, Auckland
Thursday, August 19, 2004

Astute readers of both Fighting Talk and the Listener's contents page may have noticed a FT-flavoured double team in this week's issue. If you haven't already bought and devoured (by which I mean 'read') a copy, check out the article Matt and I wrote about smut peddler Steve Crow, the Erotica Adult Lifestyles Expo and the mainstreaming of porn.

Lyndon Hood - ideas man, Lower Hutt
Thursday, August 19, 2004

It seems my flat is a complex organisation. I've received an envelope addressed to "Lyndon Hood, Department of Communications and Journalism".

I'm not sure who's responsible for attributing a hierarchical business model to my Lower Hutt abode.

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