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Public Address 23/08/05 - Whatever

PUBLIC ADDRESS 23/08/05 - Whatever

The who-the-hell-knows debate | Aug 23, 2005 10:01
Russell Brown's Hard News

I really wish this election hadn't turned into a bidding war. That it has means Labour is heading in a direction with which I'm not entirely comfortable, and National is making spending assumptions I seriously doubt it can meet...,

Tax Rebates vs Income Supplements: The Eternal Struggle | Aug 22, 2005 20:47
Keith Ng on the election trail

My head hurts. So, so many numbers. I was staring at National's Tax Cut Calculator, the fields began to blur, and pretty soon I was comparing the tax cut I'd get as a single parent with three dependent children and what I'd get as a Level 11 Elven...,

Deflowered At Last! | Aug 22, 2005 15:51
David Slack on his own account

It's a shame so many Public Address readers dwell behind language filters, because I really wanted to begin this post with that most excellent Anglo Saxon expression that implies you would like someone to have intimate relations with you...,

Setting Myself Up | Aug 22, 2005 12:23
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Thanks to those who wrote in about one of last weeks post, it was good to get some positive replies to me waxing lyrical. Especially after a friend here read it, and asked when I'd become a 'glue smoking homo'...,


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