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Public Address 28/02/06 - The Long Goodbye

PUBLIC ADDRESS 28/02/06 - The Long Goodbye

The long goodbye | Feb 28, 2006 08:31
David Slack on his own account

So. Farewell Then David Benson-Pope It looks As though You will be taking An early shower. Which is what Alanis Morissette Would call Ironic.
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Masters of disguise | Feb 27, 2006 10:53
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

I don't know about you Mabel, but I've been seeing that P-case couple everywhere. You can't even go to the beach without them popping up all chirpy in Smokey-and-the-Bandit hats and lifejackets to lecture you on the dangers of rock-fishing...
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