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PUBLIC ADDRESS 21/10/05 - Quake the room

PUBLIC ADDRESS 21/10/05 - Quake the room

Quake the room. | Oct 26, 2005 11:04
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok
The London Tube is not the only Big BadaBoom in the desi-repertoire, as I remembered Saturday night while checking in with my Nagis at Galatos, repping for the Nanyang. (What ethnic-lingo is she on about now, ask the white liberal masses?)...

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NoTunes | Oct 26, 2005 11:02
Russell Brown's Hard News
Looks like I missed the loophole in the new Australian iTunes Store. Computerworld was reporting yesterday that New Zealanders were successfully buying tunes by listing New Zealand as their Australian city of residence - however much that might stick in the craw...

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The Incredible Winston | Oct 25, 2005 12:03
Keith Ng on the election trail
Winston Peters. Winston Peters. Winston Peters. Like everyone else, I can't stop talking about Winston Peters! Winston Peters! He really has been having a tough time with the media at the moment, with SST's Anthony Hubbard's explicitly putting him on trial, even...,


Suspiciously Simple Solutions | Oct 20, 2005 18:06
Che Tibby's view from Wellington
I have the cure to bird flu. Now, because I know there are a lot of scared and nervous people out there, I've devised a seemingly simple set of solutions to the issue of this pesky avian virus, and as a public service I'm willing to share them with you,...,


But the light bulb has to want to change | Oct 20, 2005 11:44
David Slack on his own account
It is an article of faith amongst the grumbling types that the European Union is the flag- bearer for everything that is wrong with modern bureaucracy. So stand by for another round of EU-bagging, courtesy of a joke that begins: How many men does it take to change a light...,



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