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Public Address 05/11/04 - Fretful As Ever

PUBLIC ADDRESS 05/11/04 - Fretful As Ever

Fretful Sleepers | Nov 05, 2004 11:10
BILL PEARSON, Landfall, 1952

Bill Pearson's Fretful Sleepers: A Sketch of New Zealand Behaviour and its Implications for the Artist has had a kind of academic cult status ever since its original publication in Landfall in 1952. In his introduction to the 1974 collection Fretful Sleepers and Other Essays, from which this version of...
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Emotional Maintenance | Nov 05, 2004 11:08
Russell Brown's Hard News

As part of my new programme of post-election emotional maintenance, I got irie last night, put on Deja Voodoo nice and loud and cleaned up the kitchen. And I got to thinking about how an economic split between the red and blue states might measure up: that is, which bloc...
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The Long Run | Nov 04, 2004 17:28
David Slack on his own account

The first thing you do after an election like that one is buy something handy from cafepress. They have all the usual in-your-face T-shirts; redneck victory whoop-ass caps and what have you, but I quite like the messenger bag that declares this: ..
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