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PUBLIC ADDRESS – Mega Serene Sep 29, 2005

PUBLIC ADDRESS 29/09/05: Mega Serene

Mega Serene | Sep 29, 2005 10:00
Fiona Rae from the couch
fireflyfans.net and browncoats.com are counting down to the release of Serenity (and they have different countdowns, btw) but who cares? I've seen it! Hah! The line was very long at the megascreen in the Village Force cinema complex, hereafter known as the Worst Cinema Complex in...
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Three Feet High And Rising | Sep 29, 2005 03:05
Graham Reid's many things
A glancing encounter with CNN in a Paris hotel room brought back memories: the images showed smalltown Cameron in southwest Louisiana washed away by Hurricane Rita. It seemed tragic and . . . Well, let me tell you my memory of Cameron, a place we stayed in for one very...
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Political Science Fisticuffs: Part 1 | Sep 29, 2005 02:16
Keith Ng on the election trail
Ah, the calm after the election: when the nutters have tired themselves out, when the politicians have gone to ground, and when we are without a government. It seems that this is, ironically, the best time to have a political debate...
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