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Public Address 08/11/04 - Rage, Hubbub & Adoration

PUBLIC ADDRESS 08/11/04 - Rage, Hubbub and Adoration

Days of Rage | Nov 07, 2004 12:17
Graham Reid's many things

America has re-elected its president. Well, as Forrest Gump said, that's all I have to say about that. Other than this. When it all went down television's Jane Young breathlessly informed us the election proved America was a deeply conservative country...
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Hubbub | Nov 05, 2004 14:53
Che Tibby's view from Melbourne

Ok, this is a serious question, and one that someone must have asked before. Do paranoid schizophrenic Muslims think they're Mohammed? Or is this just a Christian thing? I know the media is hot right now on this story of the bloke who climbed into the lion's den...

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My Eyes Adored you | Nov 05, 2004 12:00
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

I was heartened to hear MPs soundly reject the National MP Judith Collins' amendment to the Care of Children Bill, which would require parents of girls under 16 to be notified if their daughter was seeking an abortion...
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