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Hard News 19/09/03 - Fried Day

HARD NEWS 19/09/03 - Fried Day

The road to weirdness |Sep 19, 2003 11:03
Russell Brown's Hard News

Who'd be a Californian? Larry King's interview last night with Arnold Schwarzenegger, the man who would be Governor of the golden state, would have filled no sensible person with joy. Arnie, as you might expect, knew his lines well enough...
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E-pistles |Sep 19, 2003 02:03
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

I've been remiss in not acknowledging some of my correspondents and following up on an item raised earlier. You may remember I asked for details or confirmation of the New Diyala Bridge contract, an Iraqi reconstruction project supposedly worth a cool $50 mill to George's business cronies...
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The pursuit of happiness |Sep 18, 2003 14:37
Jolisa Gracewood in NYC

There's a Billy Connolly routine in which he describes seeing a child contestant in a talent show. The little fellow is warbling a love song, Jimmy Osmond style, with a chorus that goes something like "Oooh lady, I'm going to love you all night long." Interjects Billy, with deadpan incredulity:...
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