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Public Address 13/16/06 - Goodbye to all that

Public Address 13/16/06 - Goodbye to all that

Take that, evil scammers! | Jun 13, 2007 08:38
David Slack on his own account

The world is full of cheats. They take the carparks for the disabled at the mall, they don't leave money in the honesty box, they run telemarketing businesses, and they pretend they didn't see you waiting at the bar. They just love the internet....,

So farewell then, Tony Blair | Jun 13, 2007 07:32
GUEST Joseph Young not wearing black

TVNZ recently bought an interesting little program from the BBC. Created by talented screenwriter Sally Wainwright, The Amazing Mrs Pritchard is about a working-class mum catapulted unexpectedly into the office of Prime Minister. Her first act is to tell George W Bush where to shove his congratulatory phone call...,


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