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Public Address 24/03/05 - Expats And Moonbats

PUBLIC ADDRESS 24/03/05 - Expats and Moonbats

Incipient Moonbats | Mar 24, 2005 11:35
Russell Brown's Hard News

David Cohen wrote an interesting column on the coverage of religious news and issues in last week's NBR. He's right: matters of the spirit generally get an even worse deal than matters of science in the papers, which is saying something...,

The Expat Files 3 | Mar 24, 2005 09:30
The thoughts of many New Zealanders

I was born in New Zealand, grew up in Holland and returned of my own volition to NZ when I was 25, after moving back and forth a lot. If I had a dollar for each person I met in Europe who gets all dreamy eyed about being able to...,

More questions than answers | Mar 23, 2005 15:48
David Slack on his own account

Question: What is the correct form for a blog to take when the writer has been AWOL for a month finishing off his book? Should he feel contrite that some people can bang out 800 words each day on, let's say, previously insoluble problems of the Middle East...,


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