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Public Address 22/07/08 - So long and thanks

Public Address 22/07/08 - So long and thanks for all the fisks

Something odd and unresolved | Jul 22, 2008 11:30
Russell Brown's Hard News
According to an editorial note, the Herald's avowedly unflinching "unauthorised biography" of John Key was the paper's move to get in "to produce a reliable account before his party might be tempted to rush out a richly sanitised biography or a detractor did a hatchet job."...

Won't Someone Please Not Think of the Children? | Jul 22, 2008 09:34
GUEST: Emma Hart speaks frankly
Warning: this column contains reference to se_ual material which some people may find disgusting or distressing. Reader common sense is advised. A couple of years back, I remember hearing a news story that the FBI had set up a special task-force charged with getting p__n off the internet. I made...

Don't cry for me, Argentina | Jul 21, 2008 23:06
Keith Ng is dressed up to the nines, whatever that means. It is with weepy puppy-eyes that I must bid farewell to you, dear readers. This puppy has been purchased and bound with a little pink contractual bow, and will have to leave this blog-house for a while. I am really, genuinely disappointed that I won't be around to fisk the...


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