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Public Address 20/09/06 - All Kinds Of Crazy Stuff

PUBLIC ADDRESS 20/09/06 - All kinds of crazy stuff

Liars | Sep 20, 2006 11:18
Russell Brown's Hard News

Does it say somewhere in the Exclusive Brethren manual that church members should lie as they see fit? You have to wonder. Everyone's favourite secretive patriarchal sect has popped up again across the Tasman, this time denying a meeting between four of its representatives and the leader of...,

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Alt.Nation: Mental Health Strikes 1 in 2 | Sep 20, 2006 10:05
Graham Reid's many things

More than half of all New Zealanders will not have a mental illness at some time in their lives according to a survey released yesterday. And of those people, four out of five said that they had not suffered any kind of anxiety, stress, or depression, or enjoyed substance misuse...,

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Rectitude | Sep 19, 2006 21:58
David Slack on his own account

Things we can't talk about are all the rage at the moment, so get a load of this shovelful. You'll have to make your way through this first paragraph, though, because mail censorship programs make it quite impossible for me to mention them until we are over the break...,

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Ian Wishart: Homo? | Sep 19, 2006 18:06
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

…Not as far as I know, but given that it's now apparently a perfectly legitimate tactic of "investigative journalism" to go on a public fishing expedition despite any evidence, let's see if any Public Address readers can dish any poof-dirt on the anything-but-elusive Mr W...,

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Metics Finito | Sep 18, 2006 21:15
The End Times with Dr. Che

So much to write about, so little time. In a nutshell what this series tried to do is reduce down the 100k words of my thesis into something palatable for everyday readers. As many of you may attest, the academic world is all about learning an entirely new language for...,

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