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PUBLIC ADDRESS - Exceedingly!

Exceeding well over? Russell Brown's Hard News If the Herald on Sunday can't find a better lead story than yesterday's, it should … try harder. Under the heading '$50,000 a day: the princely sum you're paying for Charles' NZ visit', the paper declared that New Zealanders were "forking out $50,000 a day for the privilege of hosting... Exceeding well over?

Mamahamalipimata - Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude After a couple of weeks, and a couple of hundred emails on the topic, I think it's time we ended the quest to find everyone's lexical hot/nots. It's been very interesting (and quite disturbing) finding out which words make you cringe, which words you enjoy lolling around your mouth, and... Mamahamalipimata

Tricks for Young Players - Che Tibby's view from Melbourne I actually wandered around Brisbane for half hour before I found anything faintly resembling a Melbourne noodle bar. In the end I headed for Griffith University, figuring students equals cheap food. So now as I write this I'm seated at a leaner bar and looking through a picture... Tricks for Young Players

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