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Public Address 18/04/05 - Totally Real

PUBLIC ADDRESS 18/04/05 - Totally Real

Ghetto Fobulous | Apr 18, 2005 10:44
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Live from the Asian future: Jin at Supa Jam The call came from a member of our Chinese posse, whose name and personalised number plate I cannot reveal for legal reasons. He was hemmed in by a police checkpoint designed to trap the Asians in Howick that night...
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Rocking Horse | Apr 16, 2005 13:26
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

It seems that in my absence nothing has changed, and Howard continues to advocate 'reform' in relation to the woeful state of Aboriginal lives. And once again I see that what really marks Howard's coalition and its approach to difference is a complete unwillingness to adhere to abstract diversity...
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Relatively Normal | Apr 16, 2005 11:50
Fiona Rae from the couch

Did you discover how normal you were on, er, How Normal Are You?. I was glad of the presence of Dr Brian Edwards, Cynic for Hire. He was hoping they'd find that the New Zealand norm was "kinky, eccentric and wild", but I don't think we should be...
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Please Please Me | Apr 16, 2005 01:38
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

I was reading the paper last week, when I came across this little gem: An Auckland lawyer, conned out of $1.6 million in two separate classic Nigerian scams, is calling for banking restrictions to defeat overseas fraudsters...
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