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Public Address 2&3/08/06 - Anomalies And Mysteries

PUBLIC ADDRESS 03/08/06 - Anomalies, mysteries and the spider

The anomalies are astonishing | Aug 03, 2006 09:55
Russell Brown's Hard News

The publication of a "controversial" expert report on drug classification - prepared for, and ignored by, the British Home Office - is creating some chatter in the UK press this week. And so it should...,

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Mystery training | Aug 03, 2006 09:49
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

At the right price, scientists and top-level military from any country can be bought for the manufacture and procurement of WMDs. So the WMD proliferation 'mystery list' of 21 countries being targeted by the Immigration Profiling Unit should include countries with WMDs already...,

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Ron explains how they found the spider | Aug 03, 2006 08:43
David Slack on his own account,

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PUBLIC ADDRESS 02/08/06 - Crossing Live

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Crossing Live | Aug 02, 2006 11:52
Russell Brown's Hard News

BBC World cut live this morning from pictures of ruined Lebanese villages and their - if the word has any meaning at all - terrorised occupants, to coverage of Tony Blair's "arc of extremism" speech in Los Angeles, in which he called for a countervailing "alliance of moderation"...,

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Absolutely Positively Blah | Aug 01, 2006 17:52
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

So it turns out I'm now living in Wellington. Again. Not wanting to sound ungrateful for all the hospitality I've enjoyed so far, I can't help but feel I've been slightly conned these past few years...,

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On Not Loving Israel | Aug 01, 2006 15:14
A day at the office with Che Tibby

What she said. In my day to day life I have to wear two hats. One is the loyal public servant, the one who does not attempt to embarrass the government of the day, while also retaining the confidence of opposition parties...,


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