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Public Address 10/02/02 - Five Kinds Of Yikes

PUBLIC ADDRESS 10/02/02 - Five Kinds of Yikes

Various Kinds of Yikes | Feb 10, 2006 10:56
Russell Brown's Hard News

When I heard on the news that the Labour Party may be in the cart to the tune of $400,000 for overspending on campaign limits, my first thought was: WTF did they spend it on? National's campaign advertising was not only cleverer and more effective, it also seemed...,


Irritating in children and deplorable in adults | Feb 10, 2006 10:55
GUEST: Joseph Young on those cartoons

I spent most of last week at an academic conference in Tasmania, partly working but mostly watching half a dozen sensible, articulate, educated young ladies get smashed on dollar-a-mouthful wine and fall off the furniture with their tops wide open...,


Sitting on Stones | Feb 09, 2006 21:58
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Well, I'll soon talk about those pesky Treaty issues, but first of all wasn't the Sevens a laugh? Some of the craziest critters you've ever seen, and just about everywhere. Having been out of the country for a few years all the hype kind of caught be by surprise, but...,


Bruckheimer to Produce 'Apocalypse' | Feb 09, 2006 21:36
Keith Ng off the election trail

In the biggest shake-up to hit Hollywood in recent decades, Omniscient Studios has announced that acclaimed producer Jerry Bruckheimer will take over from the Anti-Christ as the producer of the big-budget action-comedy, The Apocalypse. The troubled project, with an original release date of 1000 A.D., has been plagued by mismanagement,...,


In the flesh | Feb 09, 2006 20:01
David Slack on his own account

The first time I saw Robert Muldoon in the flesh, I was mildly shocked. He had the skin of no pallor I had seen before on any mortal. It was the start of my first year at University and we were in the Botanical Gardens watching the friendly cricket match...,


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