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Q8 UPDATE

April 30, 2005 kim lien 0

I’m at the airport in Bahrain. Nice airport. Every 20 minutes or so a message is broadcast alerting passengers that smoking is only allowed at […]

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OPEN THREAD III

April 29, 2005 kim lien 0

Media bias, fear of Rove, shocking ordeals Posted by Tim B. on 04/29/2005 at 01:18 AM (79) Comments • Permalink

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OPEN THREAD II

April 29, 2005 kim lien 0

Sports results, crime, inexplicable occurrences Posted by Tim B. on 04/29/2005 at 01:19 AM (44) Comments • Permalink

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OPEN THREAD

April 29, 2005 kim lien 0

Breaking news, random events, chaotic reactions Posted by Tim B. on 04/29/2005 at 02:20 AM Random events, chaotic reactions? – sounds like last nights curry. […]

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ENTIRE LEFT TRASHED

April 28, 2005 kim lien 0

Want to endear yourself to leftists? (Well, you might. I mean, it’s at least conceivable.) Then just do this: Goddess of hotness Maggie Gyllenhaal has […]

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Q8

April 28, 2005 kim lien 0

I’ll be in Kuwait this weekend at the invitation of Newsweek’s Arabic edition, which is celebrating its fifth anniversary (The Bulletin publishes Newsweek in Australia, […]

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OIL FOR CUISINE

April 28, 2005 kim lien 0

Things are heating up for Offshore Charlie: Charles Pasqua, a former French minister of interior, has emerged as one of the highest-ranking targets of the […]

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WHERE’S GEOFF?

April 28, 2005 kim lien 0

“Ever wondered what happened to Geoff Clark after the ATSIC gravy train went off the rails?” asks reader Fidens. “Wonder no more.” Posted by Tim […]

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COMMENTS 0, TRACKBACKS 0

April 28, 2005 kim lien 0

Even The Guardian is making fun of Arianna Huffington’s Huffariffic Megablog … (Via reader Mont McNeil) Posted by Tim B. on 04/28/2005 at 01:11 PM […]

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HAD A CHANCE, MISSED IT

April 28, 2005 kim lien 0

Former LA mayor Richard Riordan is quitting as California’s state secretary of education, possibly because he wasn’t able to exert enough authority. Maybe now he’ll […]

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IRON BLOGGER LATEST

April 28, 2005 kim lien 0

“We aren’t going anywhere,” Antony Loewenstein bragged in a recent post. Actually, Loewenstein is going backwards; he’s down to just 103 visits per day, having […]

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TOOTHPICKS OF JUSTICE

April 28, 2005 kim lien 0

Tremble in your loafers, New York Times! Collapse like Walter Mondale in a comeback Senate bid, Minneapolis Star Tribune! Cry into your gumbo, New Orleans […]

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ANOTHER RAVE REVIEW

April 27, 2005 kim lien 0

Radio National listener Ron Holmes writes: Hi Tim, I heard you mentioned on Radio National this morning (you even spoke! imagine that! you on the […]

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AUSTRALIANS AT WAR

April 27, 2005 kim lien 0

New pictures are up. Coco the monkey is a highlight; so is Ali Baba’s Beauty Salon. Posted by Tim B. on 04/27/2005 at 09:57 PM […]

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BORN TO BE RULED OUT

April 27, 2005 kim lien 0

The Sydney Morning Herald reports: Mark Latham has been hawking his personal diaries to the highest bidder and is being offered about $100,000 for what […]

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NEW IMPROVED LEBANON

April 26, 2005 kim lien 0

Michael Totten reports direct from Lebanon—now 100% Syrian-free! Posted by Tim B. on 04/26/2005 at 10:16 AM Curses, my patented “Syria Away” aerosol that just […]

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PROFE$$OR QUESTIONED

April 26, 2005 kim lien 0

Jennifer Marohasy has issues with Australia’s highest-paid blogger. (Via J.F. Beck, currently in awe of Bill Maher’s profound scientific wisdom) Posted by Tim B. on […]

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WE LIKE DA LOON

April 26, 2005 kim lien 0

Ted Lapkin replies to duck-drawing civilian advocate and Osama appeaser Michael Leunig: Leunig seems to believe that any policy that results in harm to civilians […]

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JOSEPH STRATFORD

April 26, 2005 kim lien 0

The story of Joseph Stratford, most likely the first Australian to hit Gallipoli’s shore in 1915, is beautifully told by Wendy James. Stratford was her […]

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DINER PERPLEXED

April 26, 2005 kim lien 0

UK Labour voter Stephen Pollard faces a dilemma; although Labour’s leader wanted Saddam Hussein removed, Pollard’s local Labour candidate didn’t: If I am to vote […]