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Public Address 02/12/03 - No Spoilers

PUBLIC ADDRESS 02/12/03 - No Spoilers

Gollum Dies | Dec 02, 2003 09:23
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

So I saw the Lord of the Rings: Return of the King. Unlike Russell Baillie, who seems genuinely torn between his duty to let the people know what's going on, and sticking to his contractual obligations not to, I have no such dilemma...,


Potus visits | Dec 02, 2003 09:19
GUEST David Williams' Dateline London

He's the laughing stock of the free world. It just so happens he's also the leader of it. The great thing about him is that he provides so much material to giggle at. Let's enjoy some classic quotes:...,


Concluding chant | Dec 01, 2003 11:51
Debra Daley's astral plane

Thanks a million to all of the fantastic fellow-travellers who emailed me in support of Chant during the last year. It was inspiring connecting with like-minded spirits from around the world. It makes me feel buoyant to know there are so many optimistic, right-thinking people out there who are sentient...,

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