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Public Address 02/05/06 - Satanic Majesties

PUBLIC ADDRESS 02/05/06 - Satanic Majesties

Metics Thirteen | May 01, 2006 21:40
Che Tibby pontificates

In response to Metics Twelve I received a note from Michael, who pointed out that dealing with diversity is hardly a modern phenomena. And he's right. There's a political philosopher called Ernest Gellner, pretty much one of the doyen of the study of nationalism, who argues that many of the...,

Their Satanic Majesties Behest | May 01, 2006 13:31
Graham Reid's many things

For a week I've waited to see if any media commentators would pick up on the matter, but since no one has I'm going to have a go. And no, it's not about the gossip columnist who went "undercover" to get alongside Mick Jagger...,

Apparently, I will not get fired for this. | May 01, 2006 11:17
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

In my initial contract discussions with Sarah Stuart, then of the SST, now of the Herald on Sunday, we discussed the meaning of 'no bagging the SST on my blog'. She said there was a difference between 'bagging' and 'respectfully disagreeing', which would be fine of course...,


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