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Public Address 29/05/06 - Mao Chicken Memories

PUBLIC ADDRESS 29/05/06 - Mao Chicken Memories

Another 48 hours with Mao (Chairman, not Samoan insurgency) | May 28, 2006 20:59
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Okay so my SST column on the Mao/'Chinese threat' jokes didn't actually say what I thought of Mao. That's because it's not important what I say about Mao to an English language newspaper audience; I said it to Mao instead...,

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Dr. Che's Chicken Sandwiches | May 27, 2006 14:55
Che Tibby fetches and carries

I'm tired. I'm grumpy. I've started to smell a little. The producer sent me out on a mission to get stuff together for lunch tomorrow, and my freaking car broke down. The rest of the crew is alternately underworked or just plain worn out...,

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Memories | May 27, 2006 12:36
Fiona Rae from the couch

The trouble with having a blog is that you start writing one in your head while you're actually experiencing something and then you immediately forget as soon as something else happens. So I'm trying to remember the smell of the London Underground, the hot, stinky air that punches you as...,


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