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Public Address 16/11/05 - Communication Fatigue

PUBLIC ADDRESS 16/11/05 - Communication Fatigue

Communication Fatigue | Nov 16, 2005 10:06
Russell Brown's Hard News

"Could you point out Che Tibby for me?" asked the nice woman from State Services. Over there, I said - the tall dude in the blue shirt. And by the way, you're the third person to ask me that in 10 minutes...
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Fab four | Nov 15, 2005 17:51
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

They say the fourth birthday is when you actually become conscious of birthdays, of past ones and future ones, and your corresponding position on the ever-ascending escalator of life. From what I've observed over the last couple of weeks, this is entirely true...
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