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Public Address 04/12/06 - How To Smoke An MP

PUBLIC ADDRESS 04/12/06 - How to Smoke an MP

How to smoke an MP | Dec 04, 2006 09:18
David Slack on his own account

MP smoking is an art. You don't just pick one up and start puffing. You must know how to select an MP, cut him, light him up, and finally, smoke him. Choosing an MP When purchasing an MP there are certain things you should keep in mind...
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All this, and Lucy too | Dec 03, 2006 11:57
Fiona Rae from the couch

Frakking heck, season two of Battlestar Galactica is soo good and you should all go out and buy it immediately, because TV3 says that it might not screen it until late next year...
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Hot August Night | Dec 03, 2006 09:58
GUEST: Human Rights Commissioner Robyn Hunt

Ten to eight on a hot August night in New York and we had just finished a marathon sitting at the United Nations and finally cracked it. By the skin of the teeth of several hundred people from everywhere in the world the first human rights treaty of the twenty...
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The Roaring Silence | Dec 02, 2006 15:42
Graham Reid's many things

So now the tumult and the shouting has died and what have we got: a discussion about who is going to fund the $385 million development of Eden Park for the 2011 Rugby World Cup...
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