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Public Address 12/05/06 - Trade? Me?

PUBLIC ADDRESS 12/05/06 - Trade? Me?

Trade? Me? | May 12, 2006 10:55
Graham Reid's many things

I'm told the new poster boy for entrepreneurs is 26-year old Canadian Kyle MacDonald: he's the guy who traded a red paperclip for a fish-shaped pen, then traded that for a doorknob, that for a barbeque and so on...
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End of an era | May 11, 2006 10:16
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Noooo!!! Mofe Fashion, little Hong Kong boutique and icon of Mid City arcade, is closing down! Christine the owner is packing up and going back to Hong Kong. I made my contribution to the Back to the Homeland movement by going nuts at the closing down sale (still on)...
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