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Public Address 29/09/06 - Goodbye To Che

PUBLIC ADDRESS 29/09/06 - Goodbye to Che

Jesus that cow can sing | Sep 29, 2006 08:15
End of the line with Dr. Che

Well, I guess this is goodbye. They say all good things must come to an end, and I guess they must be right. Except in Australia that is, where they say, "Go you good thing!"...
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The trolley of progress | Sep 28, 2006 20:19
Keith Ng: Everywhere. All the time. Usually late.

It's official: Surfboards, bottled water and parsnips are Hot. Sherry, takeaway soup and hairspray are officially Not. That's right - official. Statistics New Zealand official. This is all in StatsNZ's new "basket of representative goods and services", which is used to calculate the consumer price index, i.e...
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I don't care what you call him either | Sep 28, 2006 12:42
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Apparently, this whole 'blood-quantum' rehash hoo-ha has been a 'total misunderstanding', on the part of the Maori Party, who are far more confused about race and ethnicity (particularly their own) than Don Brash, because he is married to a Han Chinese who are racially pure compared to everyone...
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