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Public Address 28/12/6 - True Meaning Of Tutaekuri

PUBLIC ADDRESS 28/12/06 - The true meaning of Tutaekuri

The true meaning of Tutaekuri | Dec 28, 2006 10:03
Russell Brown's Hard News

Getting Richard Dawkins for Christmas might seem to lack a certain sentiment, but the big book of The God Delusion isn't bad holiday reading. Dawkins is still the energiser bunny of atheism, but he writes beautifully and argues conscientiously...
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Christmas Cracker (I've been waiting all year for that one) | Dec 27, 2006 13:38
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Family Christmases can be hard at the best of times. Don't get me wrong, I love my family. And I love the fact that I'm not an orphan, either legally or self-imposed by being stranded somewhere like London in the midst of an OE...
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Nixon and Mao
Real Times: The Documentary Channel blog with The Doctor
Posted at 11:35AM on 27 Dec 06

There's a lot of BBC, a couple of venerable political films (about Mao and Nixon respectively) worth catching, and some Sir Edmund Hillary action in the Documentary Channel's January lineup …
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