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Public Address 15/12/06 - Winners And Loose Units

PUBLIC ADDRESS 15/12/06 - Winners and Loose Units

Momentness | Dec 15, 2006 10:28
Russell Brown's Hard News

Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner. The main motive for the Flying Nun Moments competition that's been running the past week and a half was really to flush out some popular memory and get it forever on the Interweb, but I'm delighted to be able to offer some prizes...
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And Now... Letters from Our Readers | Dec 15, 2006 10:28
David Haywood from Christchurch

Anyone who has ever been the dictator of a small country will be familiar with the exhilaration which comes from having absolute power. In particular, it must be a terrific thrill to enact whim-based legislation...
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Dan Destiny and Dutch Courage | Dec 15, 2006 10:22
A younger Russell Brown's 1987 Chills European tour diary

In 1987, I left my job working nights at the HMV Shop in Piccadilly Circus and set off to join the Chills on their tour of Europe. It was an amazing experience, and it was a privilege to see the Chills play in so many places...
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He's Left | Dec 15, 2006 08:30
David Slack on his own account

So. Farewell then Dr Michael Bassett, 'Columnist for the Dominion Post' Or, for short, 'Compost'. Tim says you jumped, But you say he pushed you. History is a dark, slippery beast But it will probably ...
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