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Public Address 11 & 12/09/06 – The 9/11 Posts

PUBLIC ADDRESS 12/09/06 - Thoughts for the Day

The Unreality Engine | Sep 12, 2006 12:13
Russell Brown's Hard News

So if polls find that more than a third of Americans believe the 9/11 attacks to have been an inside job by their own government, and around half still believe Saddam Hussein had something to do with it, does that mean only about 15% have any...,

A visit to Ground Zero | Sep 12, 2006 09:16
GUEST: Tim Watkin in New York

The automated tour guide at the top of the Empire State Building in New York tells the story of a rescue worker at Ground Zero days after the terrorist attacks five years ago. The worker saw in a glance that no-one could have survived the buildings' collapse...,

Five Years On | Sep 12, 2006 09:14
GUEST: Joseph Young

At the time I was living in a bedsit in Dunedin. Space was at a premium, and I'd put the TV on my bedside table. Then I fell asleep with it on. It was September 10th 2001...,

Nine to Five | Sep 11, 2006 20:34
A day at the office with Dr. Che

Had an interesting conversation the other day. Was asking someone why it was that a fairly select number and type of sports were identified as worthy of state funding and developmental support. I'd heard on the radio that Softball, a code New Zealand has dominated internationally...,

Off The Record | Sep 11, 2006 12:36
Graham Reid's many things

There was a second hand record sale in a hall just round the corner from us a couple of weekends ago, so naturally I went. My patient wife tagged along although I did warn her at the door that she would most probably be the only woman in the place...,


PUBLIC ADDRESS 11/09/06 - The Strange Path

The Strange Path | Sep 11, 2006 09:01
Russell Brown's Hard News

At least two local bloggers have earned their fame by reporting on the first part of the weirdly fictionalised "docudrama" The Path to 9/11, which screened here on TV One last night - before it aired on the ABC network in the US...,


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