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Public Address 13/04/05 - Fear And Loathing

PUBLIC ADDRESS 13/04/05 - Fear and Loathing

Very Hairy | Apr 13, 2005 10:13
Russell Brown's Hard News

And so, a political solution. Not so much the only solution as the only one that wasn't completely horrifying to contemplate. Really, would you rather be savaged by a dead sheep Don Brash, or face the very real possibility of your renegade MP going completely feral, while he...,

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Fear and Loathing in Indiana | Apr 13, 2005 09:13
GUEST: Andrew Wilson from the campus culture wars

David Horowitz came to town last night for a talk sponsored by the College Republicans. He's a conservative commentator, most recently known as the author of the Academic Bill of Rights. I went along to hear what could be motivating such a bizarre piece of legislation...,

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banana battle! | Apr 12, 2005 20:16
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

???(?????)! ???! ???????????: ???????????blog? ????????blog???, ???????? ??,???????????????blog,?????blog?? Are you following me here? Just nod and smile. If you can't read the above, never fear. Any fearfulness and uncertainty I may have caused among the non-Chinese Public Address readership will be nicely offset by Chinese people laughing...,

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And you should hear what he called them when I turned the tape off | Apr 12, 2005 16:18
David Slack on his own account

It would be interesting to see the polling numbers the Government are reading. I wonder exactly how much better they expect things to be in the Maori seats if they can keep their marauding MP inside the tent...,

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