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Public Address 20/10/06 - All The Bad Words

PUBLIC ADDRESS 20/10/06 - All the Bad Words

Plonkers | Oct 20, 2006 10:52
Russell Brown's Hard News

I really can't pick tomorrow night's Air New Zealand Cup final, but I'll tell you one thing for free: if the commentary is as bad as it was during last Friday's Auckland-Wellington semi, well … actually nothing will happen, because a knowledge of the rules and an ability to discuss...,


C**ks**king Hoopleheads (and NGA) | Oct 20, 2006 09:00
Keith Ng: Isn't bluffing

After around two hours of play, I was doing alright. I'd just won a hand with an ace-high flush, drawing two suckers in and draining them dry. I could smell the fear around the table...,


Tonight I spend my bread | Oct 20, 2006 07:44
David Slack on his own account

There's a first time for everything, and there's nothing new under the sun. It can get ugly when clichés collide. How many times in your life have you picked up a 'Volume One' or 'Issue Number 1' of some chirpy little publication or other, blathering...,


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