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Public Address 16/11/04 - Dorothy!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 16/11/04 - Dorothy!

Friends of Dorothy | Nov 16, 2004 09:59
Russell Brown's Hard News

Dorothy G. Dean of Bluff has died, but not, she would have expected, gone to Heaven. I was saddened last night to hear that my favourite correspondent, a 74 year-old, self-described "liberal, staunch Labour feminist sceptic atheist" had suddenly passed away...,

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Travel Sickness | Nov 15, 2004 15:53
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

The first mistake was to accept that last-minute and late plea to cover a shift at the bistro I used to dishpig for. But the boss was desperate and prepared to offer $A20 per hour...,

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