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Public Address: Thank Heavens For True Stories

PUBLIC ADDRESS 31/10/05 - Thank Heavens for True Stories

E! True Stories - Pania of the Reef | Oct 31, 2005 10:21
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

As part of my general getting up to speed with the theft of a national icon, I decided to look into the story of the real Pania of the Reef. Typically there are variations, but here's the version I like best...
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Thank heavens | Oct 29, 2005 16:28
Fiona Rae from the couch

Small mercy no 1: Idol Rosita's song going to number one and finally kicking off "Crazy Frog", although "All I Ask" is a sh*tter isn't it? Just when you thought nothing could be worse than the wrist-slashingly bad "Can't Take That Away", along something comes...
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