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Public Address 22/02/06 - Telecommunications & God

PUBLIC ADDRESS 22/02/06 - Telecommunications and God

A long post on telecommunications | Feb 22, 2006 09:58
Russell Brown's Hard News

I'm inclined to believe that the Business Roundtable's submission of a column by its chairman Rob McLeod arguing against regulation of Telecom - without the fairly important declaration that McLeod is a director of Telecom - was an error, rather than an attempt to mislead the public...
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The Other God | Feb 21, 2006 12:00
Keith Ng off the election trail

If there's a God, he's must be a satirist. I mean, how else could you explain such diabolically delicious parallels? I'm sorry - I know everyone's trying to ignore the glaringly obvious comparison because, well, it's so glaringly obvious and everyone's sick of hearing about cartoonists - but...
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