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Public Address 11/05/07 - The People's Choice

PUBLIC ADDRESS 11/05/07 - The People's Choice

The People's Choice | May 11, 2007 10:55
Russell Brown's Hard News

Public Address won the NetGuide People's Choice Award for Best Blog last night; which as I pointed out when I went up to accept it, was all the more remarkable for the fact that I forgot to suggest that you might want to vote for us until two days before...,


This ain't a scene | May 11, 2007 10:50
GUEST: Joseph Young not wearing black

We're suffering a plague of emos. Knots of whimpering teenage poets have rendered many of our streets and malls impassable. All the public toilets are clogged with bloodstained tissues used as they cut themselves. Their moping and sighing drowns out our sports commentary and global warming alarms. And every radio...,


LOL | May 10, 2007 12:40
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

When you end up in a heated argument with comedians, is that ironic? I'm not sure, I've never been particularly good with the higher forms of wit (irony that is, not comedians). Ironic or not, that was how I spent the opening night of the Wellington leg of the NZ...,

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