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Public Address 29/03/05 - Hysteria

PUBLIC ADDRESS 29/03/05 - Hysteria

Hysteria | Mar 29, 2005 10:57
Russell Brown's Hard News

Having only heard of Terri Schiavo five minutes ago, a surprising number of her "supporters" have found themselves able to not only declare that her husband (who appears to have provided more care for her than any other individual, and never stopped visiting her) is wrong, but to declare him...
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Campbell Lives! | Mar 25, 2005 11:57
Fiona Rae from the couch

Yes, they would swear like Tony Soprano on a bad day and make nasty suggestions regarding the course of action their rivals should take. No, not Deadwood, silly, the heads of news and current affairs at the country's television stations...
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