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Public Address 02/03/06 - Oops, I Did It Again

PUBLIC ADDRESS 02/03/06 - Oops, I did it again

Oops, I did it again | Mar 01, 2006 16:45
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

I'm back from blog maternity leave with a new baby and a very useful piece of advice: when you wish for a quick labour, it might not be a bad idea to specify a time frame...,


Re-name in vain | Mar 01, 2006 10:48
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Is it just me, or is the email urging you to write 'New Zealander' in the ethnicity box for the Census circulating primarily amongst... Pakeha New Zealanders? Quelle surprise. I guess people who have a burning need to deny their ethnicity are predominantly white, and they know it...,

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