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Public Address 13/06/05 - Characters

PUBLIC ADDRESS 13/06/05 - Characters

Don't describe, characterise | Jun 13, 2005 11:41
Russell Brown's Hard News

I was driving on Saturday to buy Tze Ming lunch, by way of reward for that great post, listening to Winston Peters being interviewed at length on National Radio. I realised that what he almost always does is to characterise, rather than describe, his party's policies...
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Go Russ, Go! | Jun 12, 2005 14:17
David Slack on his own account

Let's start with a disavowal. This post will not in any way make light of the misfortunes of Schapelle Corby in the Indonesian justice system. I am confining my remarks to making light of the misfortunes of people in the American justice system...
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Bread and Circuses | Jun 10, 2005 11:41
Graham Reid's many things

I have never subscribed to the theory that the media conspires to keep us stupid. Now I'm not so sure. We were away in the States for a few weeks recently so missed the first episodes of Dancing With The Stars...
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