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Public Address 23/05/05 - Strange Things

PUBLIC ADDRESS 23/05/05 - Strange Things

Is that an OBERAC surplus in your pocket...? | May 22, 2005 21:47
Keith Ng on the election trail

Now that we've all had a weekend of post-budget rest, it's time to answer the question that has, no doubt, been on everyone's minds: How big is that bulge in Cullen's pants, when is he going to whip it out, and where is he going to stick it?...
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incidental non-incidents | May 22, 2005 16:37
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Planting a book is not like planting a bomb ... Of all obscure experiences nested within other obscure experiences, how fares the finding of a well-thumbed English language paperback of 'The Mind of Adolf Hitler' planted on a random shelf of the Chinese Language Bookstore in Balmoral? ...
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Alas Poor Nicky | May 21, 2005 15:51
Fiona Rae from the couch

Bit of a shock exit by Nicky Watson and her partner, er, whatsisname, from Dancing with the Stars the other week. But were we really surprised to see Ewen Gilmour and his partner, er, whatsername, booted off? He looked like he wasn't quite trying hard enough, although he did have...
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