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Public Address 17/02/06 - Large File Alert

PUBLIC ADDRESS 17/02/06 - Large File Alert

Large File Alert | Feb 17, 2006 10:33

Russell Brown's Hard News
It's taken an unseemly time to get together, but we have the video of the interview with the BBC's Ashley Highfield from the Great Blend last year. Grab it here as a tasty 73MB, 51-minute MP4 file, or feel free to view a rather blockier Flash video version...,


Stop your sobbing | Feb 17, 2006 09:55
David Slack on his own account

If you ask Google to look for "howlybag", you get only an entry or two: Technology Talk Hmm, heres what Elephant, AKA Tony(the)Frew posted before his big howlybag tantram Ask it for "howleybag" and you get:...,


Martini Time | Feb 16, 2006 22:23
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Maybe one of the highlights of 2001 was seeing the Rev. Horton heat not once, but twice, in concert in a respective couple of cities. The second city was Melbourne at the renowned Corner Bar, Richmond...,


Let them eat cake | Feb 16, 2006 13:07
Graham Reid's many things

You know how it is, you can go along with people for a little while -- indulging them even -- but then comes the tipping point. It's the place where tragedy turns into farce, or rational actions suddenly become absurd...,


Valentine's Day is Over | Feb 16, 2006 10:43
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Isn't Valentine's Day just the *best* day to go out for dinner? Dozens of drooling idiot guys who really decided to think outside the square and treat their Special Someone to a slapped-up buffet while surrounded by hordes of equally unimaginative men in chinos...,


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