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Public Address 05/02/09 - Effectively Friday

PUBLIC ADDRESS 05/02/09 - Effectively Friday

Effectively Friday | Feb 05, 2009 10:41
Russell Brown's Hard News

I was thinking what a shame it was to have to hang on to Republican is the New Punk until Friday, because something so strange -- so "magnificently retarded" as Instaputz puts it -- could only be a Friday blog treat. But then I realised that,...

Girls Can Do Anything. You Just Can't Watch. | Feb 03, 2009 13:10
Emma Hart said so, that's why.

As I think I've mentioned before, I love cricket. I'll watch anything cricket-related. Beach cricket, club cricket, kids in the park after school, whatever. When I'm old and my family are all dead, I'll be that weird woman always hanging around at strangers' games. "There's that crazy old cricket lady,"...


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