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Public Address 03/09/09 - More Billboards!

Public Address 03/09/09 - More Billboards!

Still not over it | Sep 03, 2008 09:16
David Slack is riding to Auckland on his hobby horse
Auckland is not a city that cares much for cyclists. If you drive a black, shining SUV that looks - to the jaundiced eye - like some SS staff car, you may lumber about this sprawling city without let or hinderance. You may, at some future point, be spending fifty...
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More billboards | Sep 03, 2008 07:32
David Slack is five seven five
More after the break. Thank you for your contributions. Paul Campbell wrote of the billboards that they evoked a sense of the haiku form. Feel free to compose your own.
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I Don't Think it Means What You Think it Means | Sep 02, 2008 14:24
Emma Hart said so, that's why.
One of the joys of raising our kids has been teaching them to speak our language. I don't mean English, I mean the particular little dialect that's unique to our family. Like any group language, it's an agglomeration of cultural references and code-words: references to events for which I guess...
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