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Public Address 21/07/06 - Toilettenstreich!!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 21/07/06 - Toilettenstreich!!

Toilettenstreich!! | Jul 21, 2006 10:25
Russell Brown's Hard News

Why call a post "Frivolous Friday" when you have an excuse to use the magnificently comedic word "Toilettenstreich". Toilettenstreich is the title of a German capture of a mad Japanese TV show. Google translates it from the German as "Toilet caper" …,


Red carpet | Jul 20, 2006 17:05
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

Just popping my head above the parapet to let you know about a short film you must see during the upcoming film festivals, even as the world goes to hell in a handbasket. Dead Letters, directed by Paolo Rotondo and produced by Fraser Brown and my...,


Slow vs Shameless | Jul 20, 2006 16:51
Keith Ng writes about politics, apparently

I'm not the only one who's not down wit da kidz these days, it seems. That's the word on the street after Mallard's "leak" of a National Party strategy presentation in the House yesterday...,


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