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Public Address 01/07/05 - Go Team

PUBLIC ADDRESS 01/07/05 - Go Team

So... what does the 'minority' blog have to say about 'mainstream' (and tax circuses)? | Jun 30, 2005 22:12
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

I belong to a group in this country that is fast becoming culturally ascendant. In the birth of our identity, 'mainstream' was and still should be, the lamest thing you could ever call anyone. You know who I'm talking about: The Grunge Generation...,


A virgin's guide to tax cuts | Jun 30, 2005 13:37
David Slack on his own account

I love paying tax. My biggest regret is that I wasn't in the top bracket when Muldoon was PM. I could have been handing over as much as 66 cents in the dollar then. Just the other day the accountant rang to discuss what we should pay for next weeks'...,


Representations | Jun 29, 2005 13:47
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

I'm right there supporting sporting personalities including Richard Hadlee and Colin Meads who would like to see the New Zealand flag changed for something a little more recognisable to non-Kiwis, and agree that The Flag is far too similar to any number of flags world-wide...,


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