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Public Address 19/1/04 - A Couple For The Road

PUBLIC ADDRESS 19/1/04 - A Couple for the Road

Not easy being green | Jan 18, 2005 15:53
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

Body Shop shaving cream. Body Shop shaving cream. All the way up Rte 91 to Hartford, an hour-long drive in hellishly slushy conditions, I quizzed myself about my partner's beauty products – actually, his only beauty product...
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More than they can handle | Jan 18, 2005 10:37
David Slack on his own account

Let's start with a disclaimer. Various people who have shared a drink with me, up to and including last Friday will tell you that anything that b*stard says about drinking moderately should be taken with a grain of salt...
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