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Public Address 22/12/06 - Last Words

PUBLIC ADDRESS 22/12/06 - Last Words

Grandpa | Dec 22, 2006 10:50
Russell Brown's Hard News

The Christmas of 1986, 20 years ago, was my first away from home. I had been in London for seven months and, as young New Zealanders do, I had arranged to spend the day with other Kiwis...,


Of Men and Monotremes | Dec 22, 2006 07:50
David Haywood from Christchurch

"Well, there was this woman who worked with a friend of mine," I said. "And she was engaged to this bloke, and they were both Christians." "And because of their Christianity they had decided -- as you do -- that there would be no hanky-panky before the wedding...,


Staring into space | Dec 20, 2006 18:33
David Slack on his own account

When you see an office dweller at their desk, staring into their monitor, shuffling their mouse once in a while, do you think, as I sometimes do: "not much work going on there". This is the prejudice of our time...,


The gift that keeps on giving | Dec 20, 2006 13:28
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Look. You're bloated and sleepy after the latest pre-Christmas office lunch/booze-up. You're not going to do any work. You're definitely not going to think any more about the Thread that Would Not Die. You will instead open the best present ever from Justin Timberlake and...,

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