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Public Address 25/9/03 - Strange, Uncool And Weary

PUBLIC ADDRESS 25/09/03 - Strange, uncool and weary

Strangeness on the radio |Sep 25, 2003 12:36
Russell Brown's Hard News

Clearly, Paul Holmes fancied himself - and his listeners - to be having a laugh yesterday when he launched into his bizarre tirade against that "cheeky darkie", Kofi Annan, on his Newstalk ZB show yesterday...,


New Zealand: 100% uncool |Sep 25, 2003 08:29
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

Racist jibes , bitchy hui , squealing protests from within and without parliament, pointless stalkings: this country needs a holiday from itself. It's no coincidence that the silliness has erupted in spring when lambs are bouncy and the pollen count is high...,


Just another wearisome Wednesday |Sep 24, 2003 12:07
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

I've been struggling to get excited about much on the political front for the past few weeks, which is quite unlike me. Then I read this piece by the always-worth-a-look Sarah @ Leto and something clicked...,

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