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Public Address 15/11/06 - Coddington Nation

Published: Wed 15 Nov 2006 08:42 PM
PUBLIC ADDRESS 15/11/06 - Coddington Nation
Aiming for mediocrity. Again. | Nov 15, 2006 10:12
Russell Brown's Hard News
Has Keith Locke actually seen the area he describes as "Auckland's beautiful waterfront"? And when 3 News's Tony Field declared that "hundreds of people" living near the proposed stadium site would be affected, should he not have also interviewed some of the thousands of people who'd live around an enlarged...
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Fisking for Asians | Nov 14, 2006 22:32
Keith Ng: Smooth Criminal
Fisking is its own reward - mostly because it's unlikely that it'll lead to any other sort of reward - but it is quite satisfying to deconstruct a work and rip its still-beating heart out as a trophy...
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