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Public Address 22/12/05 - Tripping

PUBLIC ADDRESS 22/12/05 - Tripping

Also works in Powerpoint | Dec 22, 2005 10:19
David Slack on his own account

How was 2005 for you? If you had to get it down to ten bullet points, what would they be? Martha at Wanda Harland had the very interesting idea a while ago of getting your memoirs down in bullet points...
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Road Tripping | Dec 21, 2005 22:09
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

So it goes like this. A series of happy coincidences has me heading to Auckland to not one, but no less than two humungous feeds. As you can well imagine, the prospect of such a conjunction of fortuitous events has this perpetually hungry blogger feeling very interested...
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