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Public Address 05/12/08 - Bonus: Groovy Again!

Public Address 05/12/08 - Bonus: Groovy Again!

Feelin' Groovy . . . Happy Again | Dec 05, 2008 12:12
Graham Reid's many things
Because I have previously posted about our lack of coverage of Thai politics starting way back here and, not linked, about the joys of old vinyl from time to time I guess it was fair a couple of people sent me mail via Elsewhere...

Busytown | Dec 05, 2008 10:35
David Haywood is 2.5 months behind on everything
New York has insomnia. Even at two o'clock in the morning -- when Bob-the-baby finally graces us with sleep -- the roar of the city penetrates the walls of our apartment. The wail of ambulance sirens. The young black men shouting to their friends on Broadway. The clip-clop of Latino...


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