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Public Address 01/02/06 - Cheese

PUBLIC ADDRESS 01/02/06 - Cheese

Melting Without Cheese, Please. | Jan 31, 2006 20:19
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

In keeping with Auckland's reputation as Godzone's multicultural heartland, the flavour of the minute this past weekend was "Japanese". We had walked past an Italian restaurant called Tonys (seriously guys, a less stupid name might be appropriate), and ended up eating at what turned out to be a mediocre place...,

You know what's wrong with this world? | Jan 31, 2006 13:33
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Okay, well, one thing first off. Travel to Europe is so cheap in the UK, which is great. It literally costs me less to book a flight to Amsterdam than it does to get the bus to the airport...,

AltNation: Pet Sounds | Jan 31, 2006 11:55
Graham Reid's many things

Pet lovers are expected to mount nationwide protests with the news that the Preservation of Indigenous Animal Species Bill will be pushed through Parliament in the next few days. The controversial bill has provisions which allow for the progressive eradication of all exotic animals which includes cats, dogs, budgies and...,

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