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Public Address 11 June 2014 - Abortion: Dropping the A-Bomb

Public Address 11 June 2014 - Abortion: Dropping the A-Bomb

Dropping the A-Bomb
11:42 Jun 11, 2014 in Up Front by Emma Hart
When friends of mine were first messing around with bulletin boards back in the early nineties, they used to say that when commenting dropped off, all you needed to do was Drop the A-bomb. Mention abortion, and the impassioned raving…
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Call it what you will
15:47 Jun 10, 2014 in Field Theory by Hadyn Green
The World Cup starts on Friday and we are all so very eager to see it, then see it end. As is always the case with large, four-yearly sporting events, there are two parts. Obviously there is the wonderful spectacle…
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