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Public Address 25/07/08 - Popular Parlour Games

Public Address 25/07/08 - More Popular Parlour Games

Foreign Affairs | Jul 25, 2008 10:10
Russell Brown's Hard News
Having readily conceded that there are others more skilled than me at the popular parlour game "how many slush funds does Winston Peters have?", I cast my eye further, and it lit upon Barack Obama in Berlin. I watched the highlights of his speech to 200,000 Berliners and...

That Long And Winding Road | Jul 25, 2008 10:03
Che Tibby Tries to Keep a Promise
"Are you gunna go with my Gran?" Jesus kid, you're breaking my heart here. You don't even know who I am, but you're looking at me like I'm the same old same old, aren't ya? You're breaking my heart. There was a time once when I thought well of people,...

How about You You You? | Jul 25, 2008 09:44
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude
Has anyone else started to worry about what we're going to call the next decade? I know it's a couple of years away yet but can we get in early with the suggestions please? I don't want another 'noughties' debacle. 'Teens' works for me, although it's not entirely accurate until...


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