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Public Address 22/10/04 - Freaky Friday

PUBLIC ADDRESS 22/10/04 - Freaky Friday

Freaky Friday | Oct 22, 2004 12:15
Russell Brown's Hard News

The Herald this morning says a drop in lab busts indicates that the P epidemic has peaked - while Stuff is saying that amphetamine use is increasingly being picked up in workplace drug tests...
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the unbearable lightness of being me | Oct 21, 2004 15:01
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

If you're wondering why I'm posting twice a week now, it's because I'm in the final throes of the thesis and am positively bubbling with ideas I need to vent. The tricky thing about writing one of these things is that you can absolutely guarantee that absolutely no-one will read...
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