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Public Address 19/11/07 - Meet The New Bob

PUBLIC ADDRESS 19/11/07 - Meet the New Bob

Meet the New Bob | Nov 19, 2007 09:23
Russell Brown's Hard News

I wonder if the Electoral Finance Bill is the political right's GE issue: a rallying point for protest and an issue in which that dogged protest has had a valuable impact on legislation, but whose proponents have a tendency to absolutism -- and don't half go on a bit. We'll...
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PA Radio: Bomber speaks
Posted at 8:20AM on 19 Nov 07

Late in the day of the October 15 "terror raids", Martyn "Bomber" Bradbury made a post to Tumeke in which he said that he knew some of he facts of the story and that the country would get "very, very, very angry" when they emerged. Even though Bradbury wrote that "I don't believe for one moment what will be revealed is anything more than stupid arrogant boasts" the post triggered a furious backlash from some of his "activist friends" …
http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,837,pa_radio_bomber_speaks.sm

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Singing g against the E chord | Nov 19, 2007 07:56
GRAEME DOWNES: Exclusive excerpt from 'Soundtrack'

Late November 1981, Saturday, the day the hit parade aired on TV. A brisker than usual walk down Pine Hill road to the Governor's coffee shop because that's where we hung out and everyone would be there to discuss the momentous event Boodle, Boodle, Boodle reaching number 5. I can't...
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Wake up and smell the burning raid array | Nov 17, 2007 00:02
David Slack on his own account

I was at the third chapter of The God Delusion when the server crashed yet again, with, yet again, extreme prejudice. Loyal readers will be aware that the last time this happened, the fate of my business was in the hands of a data recovery team in Dallas. Loyal readers...
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