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Public Address 04/10/04 - Look Over There

PUBLIC ADDRESS 04/10/04 - Look Over There

Redrubberneckery | Oct 04, 2004 10:01
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

Maybe it's high time we came up with a new word for the kind of politics espoused by our good friend Mr Peters. 'Wedge' seems to be the word of choice these days, but it just doesn't really encapsulate the deliberate division he aims for with mindless grass-roots redneckery masquerading...,

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Being Rove McManus | Oct 02, 2004 14:12
Fiona Rae from the couch

It's funny how Mike King has stepped out of the doorway in the back of David Letterman's head and entered the one marked "Rove McManus", although I use the word "funny" loosely, because that's one aspect of being a comedian that Mike King seems to have missed...,

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