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PUBLIC ADDRESS 01/03/05 - Pope Opera

All souls Jordan Carter took the trouble to retype the results of the BRC political poll highlighted on page, er, five of the Sunday Star Times. Why did he retype? Because he's on an Xtra connection and can't reach Stuff any more... http://publicaddress.net/default,1910.sm

Pope seen jogging | Graham Reid's many things In January 98 the on-line version of the Chicago Tribune beat all other media when it published its obituary of Frank Sinatra. Unfortunately it also beat the ailing Frank who hung around for another six months... http://publicaddress.net/default,1908.sm

Operamentary James Littlewood in the culture You know you're in Auckland when it's opening week of AK05 and the front page of the weekly freebie trumpets "Super 12 Kicks Off!" And they say the only culture in Auckland is in the yoghurt section of Pak 'n' Save! No wonder, with that kind of support... http://publicaddress.net/default,1906.sm

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