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Public Address 15/04/05 - End Of World And More


PUBLIC ADDRESS 15/04/05 - End of world and more

The end of the world is nigh | Apr 15, 2005 08:23
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

The venerable Guardian caught stoking the fires of East-Asian thermonuclear war. New Zealand's top Bursary scholar not Chinese for the second year running. These are surely the end times. On the 'big scary China zombie-attack leaping from cupboard' Japanese translation debacle, Jim Cathcart writes further:...
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Sharp Lines | Apr 14, 2005 19:59
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

So I just finished watching TV3 talk about TradeMe and thought it was the perfect opportunity to relate a wee story to you all about the hazards of trading online. A while back a friend in Melbourne was thinking of trying to sell some stuff, old CDs from when he...
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