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Public Address 14/2/5 - Sleepless Angry Hysterical

PUBLIC ADDRESS 14/02/05 - Sleepless, angry, hysterical

Hysteria | Feb 14, 2005 12:07
Russell Brown's Hard News

It was the older boy's birthday yesterday, and, as was his wish, we took a crew to Goat Island Marine Reserve and spent the day swimming with the fishes. We cut the cake up on the grassy slopes and sang him happy birthday...
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To sleep, perchance | Feb 11, 2005 16:47
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

Chance would be a fine thing. We have a recidivist in the house. After mastering the art of falling asleep by himself before Christmas, Busytot has suddenly backslid. Last night between eight and ten-thirty, he popped in and out of his room like a demented Jack-in-the-Box thirty times or so...
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B*stards I have Met | Feb 11, 2005 13:31
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

I originally wanted to call this post, 'b*stards I haven't the time of day for', but decided to wind it in a little and try sneak a cultural reference in there instead. The question we all need to ask this week is, where is the love? Where? Swept under the...
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