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Public Address 05/04/03 - Meltdown!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 05/04/03 - Meltdown!

Meltdown! | Apr 05, 2005 09:45
Russell Brown's Hard News

I'm starting to wonder whether it was John Tamihere I liked, or just Helen Bain's script. After last week's Parliamentary assault on TV3, which was followed by a blog posting so silly that somebody sensibly deleted it from the party website (I'll paste in the whole thing below),...
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Exexpat | Apr 04, 2005 11:44
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne no longer

I had a breath-taking post all written up for you all, but I reread it today and realised it was cr*p. That's what you get for writing on a plane after days and days of trying to get your act together and emigrate...
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