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Public Address 03/12/07 - Making A List

PUBLIC ADDRESS 03/12/07 - Making a List

Hi folks,

Such is the bounty this morning that I don't think I need to post on PA. But you might be interested in the post I've just made on our autism and Asperger site, humans.org.nz. It's about Owen Walker, the 18 year-old Aspie in Whitianga who is in a world of trouble as a result of his internet activities:

http://humans.org.nz/2007/12/03/getting-lost-on-a-straightforward-journey/

Cheers,
RB

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Making a list | Dec 02, 2007 23:43
Fiona Rae from the couch

A list forms in my head every weekend that goes roughly like this: Gosh the living room is a mess and that bathroom won't clean itself and if the weather's nice I'll get into the garden and I'm so unfit I should go for a walk and mmm croissants and...
http://publicaddress.net/default,4671.sm

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Panjshir: In the Lion's Den | Dec 01, 2007 09:30
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

So after two days in Ghor I flew back to Kabul, ready to drive to the Panjshir Valley. That morning a large blast had rocked the city, the suicide bomber detonating his car in the Wazir Akbar Khan District*, home to a number of embassies and international agencies...
http://publicaddress.net/default,4662.sm

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Hey, good lookin' | Nov 30, 2007 12:07
Graham Reid's many things

For some time we've been hearing how bloggers and the Net are going to change elections. Maybe. I have another suggestion as to what could alter voting patterns: plasma screens. Last week I was in Australia and by coincidence they were tossing out a government by that charming method called...
http://publicaddress.net/default,4661.sm

ENDS

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