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Public Address 14/06/07 - Easy To See

Public Address 14/06/07 - Easy To See

Child's play David Slack on his own account

I am thousands of miles from Valencia. At this remove, it's hard to know who to believe when Ernesto Bertarelli says the New Zealanders are getting boorish, oafish and mean. I can see the possibility of the thing. I have sat in Jade Stadium. I have seen the... http://publicaddress.net/default,4260.sm

The fat of executed dissidents | Jun 14, 2007 09:33
GUEST Nat Torkington hiding from the choppers

I think it's easy to see what's happening here, folks. It doesn't take a brain the awesome magnitude of Gerry Brownlee's to see the truth peeking out from behind the cloud of half-truths, three-quarter fabrications, and outright 0% credibility hogwash masquerading as media analysis. It's the Jews. And by "The... http://publicaddress.net/default,4259.sm

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