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Dog Biting Men Digest – 26 November

Dog Biting Men Digest – 26 November 2004

A regular update from Dog Biting Men:

DogBitingMen is home to Mediacow, David W Young, Olivia Kember, Ben Thomas, Mister Neil Falloon and The Funniest New Zealander Alive.
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Beautiful Militants For Zaoui

Olivia Kember wrote that despite what Don MacGalshan says, Ahmed Zaoui is not necessarily a hero. He is a democratically elected leader, but then so is Howard. And Bush. But she is increasingly skeptical about the SIS, and Zaoui benefit MC Jeremy Ellwood…
http://dogbitingmen.blogspot.com/2004/11/beautiful-militants-for-zaoui.html

Fair and Balanced

David W Young wrote that questions in the 2004 NCEA Economics exam were based on the assumption “free market bad, interventionist government solution good”, and asked whether it was a good idea to write an exam around such contentious, politicized arguments.
http://dogbitingmen.blogspot.com/2004/11/fair-and-balanced.html

We Were Bored

David W Young and Ben Thomas were sick of Fighting Talk’s Matt Nippert writing under the pseudonym “Lyndon Hood”. But blog wars are so Two Weeks Ago. What to do?
http://dogbitingmen.blogspot.com/2004/11/we-were-bored.html

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