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Public Address 21/08/06 - Four New Posts!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 21/08/06 - Four New Posts!

Just before I go | Aug 21, 2006 11:06
Russell Brown's Hard News

Just time for a quick post before I fly out to San Francisco today: no to carry-on liquids, yes to iPod, laptop etc. Could be worse. I'm excited and, for reasons I won't go into, pretty frazzled too...,


Jumping the fence | Aug 20, 2006 22:24
Fiona Rae from the couch

Bad lesbian! Bad! They teased us for so long on Shortie with the Mark and Maia thing and now it's Jay that's gone and jumped the fence (is that like jumping the shark?). And not even with Doug Howlett either...,


Life in other countries | Aug 20, 2006 11:17
Graham Reid's many things

It's been a while since I last posted here because for the past few weeks I've been in other countries. The first was the West Coast of the South Island, a place I had only ever had a passing skirmish with...,


Dem krazy yoofs | Aug 18, 2006 11:24
Keith Ng: Getting down. Getting jiggy.

It's still raw, says ex-Scarfies, when they talk about the "Wheelie Bin" incident. In 2001, two 19 year-old Otago students - boozed off their faces - rode down Baldwin Street (aka. "The steepest street in the world") in a wheelie bin...,


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