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Public Address 01/11/04 - Getting Closer

PUBLIC ADDRESS 01/11/04 - Getting Closer

null | Nov 01, 2004 08:49
Graham Reid's many things

Craig Unger's book House of Bush, House of Saud has made a compelling link between the first families of two nations. But to what effect? I interviewed Unger three weeks ago for the New Zealand Herald, but space constraints and other events meant the piece hasn't run...
http://publicaddress.net/default,1626.sm

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Boo | Nov 01, 2004 04:59
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

All Hallows' Eve. Am I scared? Boy, eh. Election jitters all around, and yet under it all a preternatural sense of calm as if the outcome has already been decided. Most U.S. voters are feeling that way too, apparently...
http://publicaddress.net/default,1623.sm

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Parking Tickets and Other Crimes | Oct 29, 2004 19:50
David Slack on his own account

I'm not sure if anyone's ever actually gone to jail for not paying parking tickets, but I once told someone (who hadn't seen me for a while and wondered what I'd been up to) that I'd been banged up in Mt Crawford for just such a crime...
http://publicaddress.net/default,1620.sm

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The Veils | Oct 29, 2004 12:43
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

My how things have changed in ten years. It's good news for all those guys who hooked up with Asian women over the last twenty years or so, because according to my reading of the Winnie-O-Meter its 'dissing da Muslims' that's 'so hot right now'.
http://publicaddress.net/default,1619.sm

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