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Public Address 14/07/06 - Some Week

PUBLIC ADDRESS 14/07/06 - Some Week

Some week ... | Jul 14, 2006 10:01
Russell Brown's Hard News

Tze Ming raises a good question when she ponders the relative silence of the Anglophone blogosphere after the atrocity in Mumbai this week. I thought about that too. The most trivial reason for me is that I've been caning my brain through the gears all week...
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No dairy jokes please. | Jul 13, 2006 14:53
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

I'd just like provide a window into some of the intense feelings circulating around the Aotearoa Ethnic Network wires in the wake of - sigh - 7-11. There's thankfulness for those relatives and AENers themselves who escaped the blasts, shock and sadness for those who may not have, and a...
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All Your Dirty Dream Are Belong to Us | Jul 13, 2006 12:48
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

So dirty dreams eh? How many times has someone, a friend, told you that you were the star in their somnolent musings the night before? Yeah, me neither. But when it does happen, what's the correct way to respond? Should you mumble something like you do after real s*x, i.e...
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