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Public Address 16/3/6 - Kick Her In The Guts, Trev

PUBLIC ADDRESS 16/03/06 - Kick her in the guts, Trev

Kick her in the guts, Trev. | Mar 16, 2006 07:32
David Slack on his own account

No New Zealander has made me laugh as much as John Clarke. It might be inaccurate to call him a New Zealander, considering he's been living in Australia almost as long as Germaine Greer and Clive James have been gone from the place, but the man still talks in interviews...
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Less math, more kidnapping | Mar 15, 2006 23:31
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Okay you guys. You could read the four intelligent well thought out posts by the PA-Team below. OR... you watch this awesome 10-minute cartoon episode of The Minoriteam, in which five racial stereotype superheros battle the forces of the White Shadow!...
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The Cheek of It All | Mar 15, 2006 20:02
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Does anyone else feel like the Commonwealth Games are kind of like a paralympics for white people? Not to disparage our athletes any, but a games held that always tend to focus on the relative sporting merits of a bunch of countries liked through their former domination by a legion...
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Apocalypse Again | Mar 15, 2006 17:00
Keith Ng off the election trail

My flatmates think I'm nuts. I justify every purchasing decision with "this will/will not be useful in the Apocalypse". I tried to get out Mad Max, Night of the Living Dead, The Omega Man and Shaun of the Dead at the same...
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