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Public Address 12/04/05 - All Sorted

PUBLIC ADDRESS 12/04/05 - All Sorted

Static and surface noise | Apr 12, 2005 08:41
Graham Reid's many things

To paraphrase John Lennon: life is what has been happening to other people while we've been busy making plans. We leave tomorrow for a fortnight in the States: a trip from SanFran to Seattle and back to visit the Boeing factories, maybe catch up with cult musician Jeff Kelly in...
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Is Black the New Red? | Apr 12, 2005 08:22
POLL DANCER Keith Ng on the election trail

First, a retraction: only two out of the last six Young Labour presidents were gay - the last one, in fact, was married. My bad, and I apologise unreservedly for my Tamiherism...
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The enemy of my enemy is not always my friend | Apr 11, 2005 17:42
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

With the Motherland erupting in its usual fury over Japanese history-books, I stormed up to the Queen Street Japanese busker and demanded immediate reparations in the form of 'Sweet Home Alabama'...
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Keeping Mum | Apr 11, 2005 13:31
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Well, I've been here for about five minutes and I've already been sworn to secrecy on at least two separate occasions. And you people know who you are. For instance, I had to bail out of a party last Friday night because the only copy of my thesis (with supervisory...
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