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Public Address 22/06/05 - Bits And Pieces

PUBLIC ADDRESS 22/06/05 - Bits and Pieces

Bits and pieces | Jun 22, 2005 11:03
Russell Brown's Hard News

Don Brash is officially a global warming sceptic. He wants proof that climate change is happening and that it is driven by human activity. Perhaps he should do some more reading, and try and think past September...,


Brumating my troubles away | Jun 21, 2005 17:09
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

No I haven't gone. I've been hibernating. I've lowered my body temperature, my rate of breathing, my blood pressure and my brain activity. I'm making like the Three-toed Box Turtle (Terrapene carolina triunguis) and slowing things down a bit...,


Sitting naked, playing drums and chanting. Not. | Jun 21, 2005 14:08
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

As you all well know, the phrase 'a boys weekend' is usually a byword for unprecedented levels of hedonism, outrageous behaviour better practiced by teenagers and/or morons, scantily-clad young ladies and loud music, or the death of wildlife...,


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