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PUBLIC ADDRESS 16&17/08/06 - The Crazy People/Duh!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 16/08/06 - The Crazy People

The Crazy People | Aug 16, 2006 09:41
Russell Brown's Hard News

Glenn Greenwald has a bunch of links to angry conservative proclamations about Israel's decision to take the UN peace deal. The universal theme is effectively that Israel has let down Team America by declining to throw itself into the meat grinder...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3423.sm

However Philip will just sign the card | Aug 15, 2006 16:32
David Slack on his own account

How long is it since you last put your hand in your pocket for a whip around? Would you rate yourself as the generous type? Was it notes or coins? I just pose the question to add a slight cautionary tone before we plunge on to judge others, and poke...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3422.sm


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PUBLIC ADDRESS 15/08/06 - Duh

Duh | Aug 15, 2006 10:50
Russell Brown's Hard News

Well, that was a debacle. Having killed about a thousand civilians, taken significant losses of its own, flattened southern Lebanon, wrecked the country's infrastructure and set back by years its re-engagement with the free world, displaced about a third of the Lebanese population and left its target, Hezbollah, with its...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3420.sm

Soothing [Gin and] Tonic | Aug 14, 2006 17:53
A day at the office with Dr. Che

This blog was always going to go one of two ways. I could either talk about the recent hoopla in England, or talk about the dangers of hitch-hiking. The first plan was to toss a coin and see how I'd go, but then I thought I wasn't going to let...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3418.sm

It's a bust | Aug 12, 2006 12:09
Fiona Rae from the couch

As you may have noticed (or probably not, that's the beauty of the thing) I've been trying for the worst blogger ever award but, like most things these days, it's a bust. Ah well...
http://publicaddress.net/default,3417.sm

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