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Public Address 07/06/05 - Lounge Weekend

PUBLIC ADDRESS 07/06/05 - Lounge Weekend

Lounge weekend | Jun 07, 2005 10:19
Russell Brown's Hard News

I spent my long weekend watching rugby, reading, making comfort food - roast organic chicken, smoked fish pie and spaghetti bolognaise on successive evenings - and trying not to drink too much wine. I really had planned to at least get out to the Banana conference, but I eventually accepted the...,


Sir, I demand satisfaction! | Jun 05, 2005 13:14
Keith Ng on the election trail

Ahem. That was my first drunken blog last night - what a milestone! Turns out, my debut in the NBR was slightly more than a passing mention, and I was *actually* zinged in Ben Thomas and David Young's column, so I figured that I should defend my honour with something...,


Breaking Ranks | Jun 03, 2005 11:25
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

God I miss farting. One of the uneasy transitions I've had to make in moving into this new office environment is not being able to let one go if the coffee was a bit too strong...,


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