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Public Address 13/06/06 - Baghdad On The Waitemata

PUBLIC ADDRESS 13/06/06 - Baghdad on the Waitemata

Baghdad on the Waitemata | Jun 13, 2006 09:20
Russell Brown's Hard News

Without a word of a lie, the last thing I was doing before the power went was looking at the Wellington webcams and cackling. Poor buggers. Look at that weather! Then the lights sputtered twice and everything went dark and quiet...,


Chaos is in the mind of the beholder | Jun 12, 2006 17:03
Graham Reid's many things

Well, according the radio news reports it was "chaos" in Auckland today. And I'm sure it might have been in some places. But I'm sorry to disappoint the out-of-town drama-seekers, but I went about my business and was impressed -- as I have increasingly been these past few years --...,


Fun with Friday sedition | Jun 09, 2006 11:01
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Three quick links for your light Friday political anger break: Awesome geeky furious legal discussion on norightturn on Tim Selwyn's SEDITION conviction; new Harpers' editor Ben Metcalf brilliantly tests America's legal limits by threatening at length to kill George W Bush with his bare hands...,


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