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Public Address 25/09/08 - Catching up!

Public Address 25/09/08 - Catching up!

There's a lot of it about | Sep 25, 2008 10:52

Russell Brown's Hard News
The failure of the Labour members of the privileges committee to find with the multi-party majority that Winston Peters had provided "false or misleading information on a return of pecuniary interests" was pathetic, and they know it. They will presumably privately despair (and "despair" might be a polite way of...
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Sorry About That, Chief | Sep 25, 2008 04:10
Jolisa Gracewood is a bad mummy
When two bloggers meet, a cone of silence descends in order to facilitate the mutually assured non-destruction-of-privacy pact. Also so that we can hear each other over the children. Busytown was subject to a warm Southerly front on a recent weekend. And although it was wildly... http://publicaddress.net/5351

What Sixteen Is | Sep 23, 2008 12:25
Emma Hart gets disturbingly personal.
When I first wrote for Public Address, I talked about difference. I said "the heavy shit can wait for another occasion, and get here on merit". Since then, apart from a tendency to laud porn and smut up the cleanest threads I've been very samey. Despite a reluctance...
http://publicaddress.net/5348

In case you were interested | Sep 23, 2008 11:09
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude
As Russell has mentioned, TVNZ 7 has a live two-hour debate (first hour on telly, both hours on the interweb) all about the Internet tonight from 9pm - 11pm. What Russell didn't mention, mainly because it wasn't the case when he blogged about it on Friday, was that...
http://publicaddress.net/5341

Horrors of the Past | Sep 22, 2008 22:05
Hadyn Green plays the game
Whenever we give away a prize pack on the Dropkicks it contains (amongst other things) a rugby almanac or programme from the "olden days". What I love most about giving these away is that when I'm in the second hand bookshop I can pick up a wee treat...
http://publicaddress.net/5341

I can see clearly now | Sep 22, 2008 18:20
David Slack is is -5.0 in the left and -7.5 in the right.
Hey Mr and Ms Ordinary of Auckland, you wouldn't think of doing brain surgery without going to medical school would you? Of course not. So why are you piling in on this beautiful new Auckland logo without a design diploma to your names? Listen to the guru. Kevin Roberts thinks... http://publicaddress.net/5340

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