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Public Address 31/05/05 - Good Times And Violence

PUBLIC ADDRESS 31/05/05 - Good Times and Violence

Threats, violence, scones and laughter | May 31, 2005 00:55
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Were you expecting me to say something about the New Zealand First immigration policy? Do I really have to? Can't I just crawl inside a bowl of noodles and not come out until all the old ladies who hate me die off?...
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For a Good Time, Call Helen on 025 9xx xxx | May 30, 2005 23:50
Keith Ng on the election trail

Secrets of the Gallery unrevealed! National MP not outed! Why JT hates the media, as well as the Conditions and Possibilities of Helen Clark Taking Me as Her Young Lover, the book. All this, and not much more, in this week's Poll Dancer...
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