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Public Address 10/4/6 - Ecstasy For Grownups

PUBLIC ADDRESS 10/04/06 - Ecstasy for Grownups

Ecstasy for grownups | Apr 10, 2006 08:16
Russell Brown's Hard News

The sudden suspension of the sale of Ease by Stargate International isn't news in the same sense that, say, yesterday's ripsnorting lead in the Herald on Sunday is news, but it is worth discussing...
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Who's got the goods? | Apr 09, 2006 09:07
Dr. Che's view from Wellington

After attending the 'Public Sector blogger' discussion at the National Archives last week I thought I'd better give you all a run down of what was said. Especially in relation to the important question: "that suppression order, and writing about stuff when you aren't technically supposed to have an opinion"...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3064.sm

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Birthing, sweet! | Apr 08, 2006 05:08
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

Birth stories, eh? We love them. Well, there was the one guy who wrote in (under someone else's name, no less) to say that the last post was my boringest blog ever, but he was vastly outweighed by electronic high-fives of one sort or another...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3060.sm

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