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Public Address 14/02/06 - Enemy Mine

PUBLIC ADDRESS 14/02/06 - Enemy Mine

Enemy Mine | Feb 13, 2006 20:42
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Something that's been aggravating the hell out of me lately is the subtle difference between an 'online journal' and a 'bulletin board'. For some reasons there is this belief that posting acres of drivel for people to 'discuss' is equivalent to posting a log...,


Lantern Fest survival tips (belated) | Feb 13, 2006 11:22
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Reader: "Well Tze Ming, I suppose you have some kind of (yawn) insightful sociological observations to share about intra-Asian, intergenerational and cross-cultural confluence at the Lantern Festival this weekend." Tze Ming: "Can't talk. Eating." It went like this:...,


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