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Public Address 28/06/05 - Clever, Creepy

PUBLIC ADDRESS 28/06/05 - Clever, creepy

Clever, creepy | Jun 28, 2005 10:23
Russell Brown's Hard News

On Morning Report yesterday, Don Brash declared that gay people are "clearly not mainstream New Zealanders … they're a very small minority." Pressed on whether they might reasonably aspire to be part of his "mainstream" he eventually quoth "I'm sure some of them absolutely are." And what, pray...,


??'s just another word for ??????.* ......................Or, Beyond Googled Evil | Jun 27, 2005 23:02
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

In solidarity with censored Chinese bloggers, this special post will replace the offensive and banned English words for ??????, ??, ??, ??, ???, and ??, with 'the Chinese Copro*hagist Party's c*lonic-irrigation', 'demography', 'T*tfest', 'wholesome', 'Feel-my D*ng' and 'f***town'...,


Mything Persons | Jun 27, 2005 11:22
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

What's always fascinated me about nationalism is the way it makes people so crazy. There's something about the way in which we've all been indoctrinated into the idea that a mythological social identity called 'the nation' is so very important that I just can't leave alone...,


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