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Public Address 18/05/05 - Right Hand Of Darkness

PUBLIC ADDRESS 18/05/05 - The right hand of darkness

The right hand of darkness | May 18, 2005 05:40
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

Not to worry - things are still busy here in Busytown. It's not like I've been sitting on my hands. Except that it is, in the sense that I've got pins and needles and shooting pains running up both arms, mostly my right one...,

Teacher's Pest | May 17, 2005 10:27
Graham Reid's many things

A group of former schoolteachers has responded to allegations in Parliament by the deputy leader of the Act Party Mr Roderick White that Labour spokesperson for civic politeness Mr Phil Ryan had beaten him mercilessly when he had been a student in Mr Ryan's woodwork class in 1964...,


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