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Public Address 17/12/07 - Selling fast!

Public Address 17/12/07 - The Best Country in the World: Selling fast!

The Best Country in the World: Selling fast! | Dec 17, 2007 10:49
Russell Brown's Hard News If you could spare a moment from teaching your kids to play cricket on the back lawn, smoking fish in the back yard of your rustic cottage, paying no capital gains tax and just plain marveling that a place like this, with its low crime rate and friendly, contented people...,

Insert Token Here | Dec 17, 2007 09:15
GUEST: Emma Hart sounds like a dude I have to admit right off the bat that when Russell asked me to do this, my first thought was, 'dude, how poisoned can you make a chalice?'. Fresh from the 'why don't nice girls like us' agonising over System's demographic make-up, it's impossible not to be aware...,

Word of the Year 2007: Te Qaeda | Dec 16, 2007 14:45
Word the Year 2007: Te Qaeda For immediate release December 17, 2007 The ironic coinage "Te Qaeda" is the Public Address readers' Word of the Year for 2007.,

Stories: Christmas Posted at 3:56PM on 16 Dec 07
We're back on the "Stories" beat, with a seasonal theme. Share your stories of Christmas past: happy, sad, appalling, amusing, inspiring; at home and abroad; best and worst .,882,


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