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Female Smart Bomb Linsay Seitz Lands in Australia

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The Female Smart Bomb, Linsay Seitz, Lands in Australia


MONDAY DECEMBER 7, 2006 - MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Internet cult hero and critically acclaimed author of the underground hit book PIBH Reflections, Linsay Seitz has landed in Australia following a whirlwind tour of New Zealand.


The outspoken Canadian raised more than a few eyebrows across the Tasman with her brutally honest and un-PC look at world issues as she continues to crusade for the masses and generate publicity for her pull-no-punches book.

Seitz delighted journalists and entertained readers and listeners alike in newspaper and radio interviews in Auckland, Rotorua, Wellington and Gisborne in her one-week media blitz of New Zealand.

Now in Melbourne, Seitz is ready to stir the pot of controversy and challenge Australian ideologies and attitudes as she embarks upon a national media tour.

`I'm pulling no punches with the Aussies, ` says Seitz, who has piqued interest with her brutally honest discussions on everything from Australia's involvement in Iraq to the Cronulla riots. `There's a lot that the Australian government has to answer to and a lot that the Australian public needs to develop some cojones about. If it takes a Canadian to stir it up and open Australia's eyes then here I am! `

Experience the Linsay Seitz phenomenon for yourself, and find out why Seitz becomes the talk of the town wherever she travels.

“She's blunt, brutal, honest and wholly irresistible. If P!nk and Machiavelli ever conceived a lovechild, Linsay Seitz is who it would be!"

Michael Schiavello
Television Host & Best Selling Author
TVNZ, InDemand USA, Viewer's Choice Canada


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