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Public Address 02/02/06 - Results May Vary

PUBLIC ADDRESS 02/02/06 - Results May Vary

Results May Vary | Feb 02, 2006 11:32
Russell Brown's Hard News

Okay, this is weird. You'll be aware of the fuss over Google acceding to
the Chinese regime's demand for censorship of results via the new Google
China site. And, as every blogger and his dog has been demonstrating, if
you do a Google Images search on "tiananmen square",...,

Lost For Words | Feb 02, 2006 11:11
David Slack on his own account

Sometimes, what's most interesting about a speech is not what's in it, but
what's been left out. Consider yesterday's contribution by His Illustrious
High Lord of Harken and Leader of the Intelligently-Designed Free World,
Not Including France, Bush The Younger...,

A rush of blood to the stomach | Feb 01, 2006 11:54
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

New Year's dilemma: a) respond to weak little 'toot' of Brash immigration
dogwhistle at Orewa 3; b) respond to Che Tibby's misguided attempt at
finding Vietnamese food in the CBD, or c) lapse back into dumpling


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