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Public Address 10/12/07 - Denial

Public Address 10/12/07 - Denial

Denial | Dec 10, 2007 11:21
Russell Brown's Hard News
I've just listened to Willie Jackson's interview with Clint Rickards on Radio Waatea. I'm less shocked at what the subject had to say than what the interviewer said. "Phil Kitchens (sic) wouldn't have a bias, because he's not Louise's friend, is he?" Jackson asked ironically as he introduced... http://publicaddress.net/default,4678.sm

Word of the Year 2007
It's Business Time! Last year Public Address readers voted "unbundled" to the top spot – and created whole new words like "brouhaka". What'll it be for 07? Consult the nomination debate if you wish, then rank your choices. http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=0pdx4X7bkzKNx6qbUYvJqQ_3d_3d

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