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Public Address 21/07/08 - Who Was That Masked Man?

Public Address 21/07/08 - Who Was That Masked Bag Man?

Misconnection | Jul 21, 2008 09:25
Russell Brown's Hard News
I'd forgotten we didn't have a working landline -- it just seemed pleasantly quiet -- until Saturday afternoon, when my elderly neighbour, George, got himself across the road. He was a bit upset, because his medical alarm relies on the phone system, and he isn't well. Once I'd worked out...

PA Radio: Craig Ranapia -- Men in Tights and Other Delights

Posted at 9:45AM on 21 Jul 08
In 1950, the Japanese Government began to designate certain individuals or groups who were "bearers of important intangible cultural assets" as “living national treasures”. I’d be quite happy to start beating the drum for NZ Film Festival Director Bill Gosden and the good folks at the Square Eyes New Zealand Children’s Film Foundation. Sorry, PJ, you’ll just have to wait …,1238,

Who Was That Masked Bag Man? | Jul 21, 2008 08:06
David Slack on his own account
So farewell Then High Horse. You and Winston starred in Many daring Adventures. "The Wine Box." "The Sickly White Liberals." "The Gravy Train." "The Secret Donations." It was like the Lone Ranger, Only with better Hair. You were a noble steed, And I will think of You tonight when I...

This whole, glorious trainwreck | Jul 20, 2008 14:44
Russell Brown's Hard News
You thought nothing could possibly be weirder than an operatic life of denunciation and poo-flinging amongst the objectivist libertarians? You thought wrong. Clearly, you are not apprised of Whaleoil's astonishing foray into the land of the gossip queens. It goes like this: Cameron 'Whaleoil' Slater, self-regarding attack dog...


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