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Public Address 25/08/06 - Letter From America

PUBLIC ADDRESS 25/08/06 - Letter from America

It's all good, mostly | Aug 25, 2006 07:13
Russell Brown's Hard News

It wasn't quite the first contact I would have desired. The man on the immigration desk didn't seem to like me. In response to the usual opening question, I told him I was in the United States for a conference...
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Another Man's Poisson | Aug 24, 2006 15:20
David Slack on his own account

We were talking, my wife and I, over lunch yesterday about the words Helen Clark had chosen to convey her distaste for the Auditor General's recent forthrightness. We agreed that even a phrase as innocuous as "I was rather surprised by that", could be a bit of a scrotum-shrinker when...
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Silence is Golden | Aug 24, 2006 09:04
Graham Reid's many things

Well, the builders arrived at 7am again and within minutes they were banging on the outside wall right beside our headboard. It's now 8am as I write and the saw has just started on the other side of my office wall...
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