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Public Address 27/06/05 - Hatchings

PUBLIC ADDRESS 27/06/05 - Hatchings

How will Sir be paying for this? | Jun 27, 2005 06:56
David Slack on his own account

So what will you be spending your tax cuts on? What fabulous holiday do you have planned? Or perhaps you'll be remodelling the kitchen. Maybe a new house? Don Brash might like you to invest it, but of course it's your God-given right to spray it around any old way...,

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Are unhatched chickens really chickens? | Jun 26, 2005 20:10
Keith Ng on the election trail

With no Extra-Special Secret Surprise in sight, I was honour-bound to eat my words for breakfast this morning. As delicious as I usually find my own writing, I have to say that it tasted better coming up than going down...,

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can't stop won't stop | Jun 25, 2005 12:09
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Please send me on a hip-hop tour to the States to start breeding a clan of Chinese hip-hop geniuses with two Chinese hip-hop genius husbands O-dub and Jeff Chang. I wouldn't contribute hip-hop or genius.....,

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