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Public Address 25/10/06 - Totally Tripped Out

PUBLIC ADDRESS 25/10/06 - Totally Tripped Out

The Upside of Doubt | Oct 25, 2006 08:58
Russell Brown's Hard News

I forgot to mention yesterday that Frontseat's Greatest Line in Kiwi Film vote is a bl**dy swizz. I say this because I was a judge, and none of my fellow judges - not one! - agreed with me that this line, from Goodbye Pork Pie, is in fact...,


A Night to Remember with Alan Bollard | Oct 25, 2006 08:16
David Haywood from Christchurch

So Alan Bollard phones me, and he's like: "I'm totally ready to sort out the Briscoes lady once and for all." And I'm like: "Too right, mate!". Then I go: "But I'll just have to phone Jennifer first...,


Take a seat, Bryan | Oct 24, 2006 19:57
David Slack on his own account

40,000 outraged New Zealanders, including "Hilda Ogden", "Susan Peacock", "Pete Sinclair" and "the very reverend Jesus Mohammed MacIrishman" have already vented their online spleen at last week's light-speed legislation, and the fury is clearly not yet spent...,


Come on baby light my culturally and ethnically appropriate fire. | Oct 24, 2006 12:29
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

On Saturday I learnt that 'Diwali party: Fijian style' is code for 'there will be irreligious booze and expired fireworks at the Diwali party.' "We are of course burning this tree in honour of Ram," a guest observed approvingly as the host ran to shake out the flames...,


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