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Public Address 29/03/06 - Big Housekeeping

PUBLIC ADDRESS 29/03/06 - Big Housekeeping

Housekeeping | Mar 29, 2006 10:42
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Regular posting frequency will resume shortly. Just not quite yet, as I'll be drunk for the next few days. Most of you will be uninterested in what follows (or should be - the private lives of bloggers? Really now), but there are a few personal shout-outs to go through today:...
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The Big House | Mar 29, 2006 10:42
Russell Brown's Hard News

After yesterday's revelations, I feel time has come for me to reveal my own past. Yes, people, 23 years ago, I lived in a house that harboured socialists, anarchists, feminists, lesbians, hippies, greenies, punks, junkies, prostitutes, musicians, poets, artists, lunatics, doctors and law students (although not necessarily all at the...
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