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Public Address 16/06/08 - BP-Fuelled Rage

Public Address 16/06/08 - BP-Fuelled Rage

BP-Fuelled Rage | Jun 16, 2008 08:23
David Slack on his own account
Here comes an inquiry into the competitiveness of the oil market. Do you want to be better informed? It probably depends on your preference at the firing squad: blindfolded, or defiantly facing your despised enemies. Transparency may well help at the margin and, at these fat prices, every little bit...,

Carter The Unstoppable D*ck Machine | Jun 13, 2008 12:13
Graham Reid's many things
I don't know Northland MP John Carter at all so can't say with certainty whether he is a total dickhead -- but there seems to be ample evidence to suggest that. Be that as it may however, this kerfuffle over him cussing out a cop seems a trifling affair --...,

180 Seconds with Craig Ranapia: S*xing Up Maggie
Posted at 11:13AM on 16 Jun 08
If current polls turn out to be accurate (and I have my doubts), Helen Clark has more pressing concerns that how the world will mark the 50th anniversary of her entry into public life. I just hope it will be a little more seemly that the treatment of Margaret Thatcher this week.,1172,


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