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Public Address 07/07/06 - Friday Diversions

PUBLIC ADDRESS 07/07/06 - Friday Diversions

At least it's not pr0n | Jul 07, 2006 08:08
Russell Brown's Hard News

Clearly, our happy home's father-son relationship is not the only one out there to embrace the living, giving love of the fart joke. So seeing as it's Friday, I've posted a copy of Farting Preacher 2: Fart Harder, which showcases the evangelical work of Robert Tilton...,


Louder than bombs | Jul 07, 2006 07:37
GUEST: Jen Ferguson on the anniversary

Today the UK commemorates the one-year anniversary of the London bombings. For 52 families, it will be a time of devastating grief; for four more families, grief too, but partnered with guilt and shame, wondering how a suicide bomber could have grown up unnoticed in their midst...,


Keeping it real. Sort of. No, not really. | Jul 06, 2006 14:49
Keith Ng: Cold

As usual, here's your Friday afternoon procrastination material, diligently brought to you on a Thursday. Danah Boyd's excellent interview with Kim Hill is right here. It all gets bit postmodern when fictional characters start having a real presence online...,

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