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Hard News: Watch your step?

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  • Grant McDougall,

    I could go on about how I was living in the house where 'Beard of Bees' was recorded, but hey ...

    I for one would love to hear it. I assume it must've been as weird as some of the antics that Chris Matthews mentions in the liner notes to the Children's Hour live cd released by Failsafe last year?

    The Jefferies brothers really were on fire in the '80s - mid-'90s, weren't they? Great TKOP albums, plus some astonishing solo / latter band albums each as well.

    Dunedin • Since Dec 2006 • 548 posts Report Reply

  • Evan Yates,

    People in power have misused it, and now there has to be a change and a better world has to be built, and the only way it’s going to be built—is with extreme methods. And I, for one, will join in with anyone—I don’t care what color you are—as long as you want to change this miserable condition that exists on this earth

    Thank you Mr. X, for your valuable insight.
    BTW, if you try to usurp our power base, we will label you a terrorist, then hunt you down and kill you.

    Best regards

    "The People in Power"

    Hamiltron, Te Ika-a-Māui • Since Nov 2006 • 188 posts Report Reply

  • Paul Rowe,

    The Jefferies brothers really were on fire in the '80s - mid-'90s, weren't they?

    My god, were they what. Even playing here in Auckland on occasion too! I saw Cake Kitchen at Waikato Uni, must have been 12 or more years ago, about the time that Far From the Sun came out. After playing for two hours (guitar and drums make a fantastic noise) they waited about an hour before playing an encore of about another hour.

    I remember waiting for months to get hold of that and Electricity on vinyl

    Lake Roxburgh, Central Ot… • Since Nov 2006 • 556 posts Report Reply

  • Neil Smart,

    "Since we've just removed a bunch of license requirements from the elderly, who are scientifically proven to be lower and less acute than the young, and are the fastest-rising group of ftalities and injuries on the road, that would be a bit of a contradiction of policy trends."

    I thought the Unicef report was about amongst other things death and injury to young people not the elderly.
    You may not have noticed the news so here area couple of recent articles:

    Teen driver hospitalised with shock after crash - New Zealand ...A 15-year-old learner driver who ploughed into a group of children and their grandmother has ... Although Dominique Pennington was not seriously injured, ...
    www.stuff.co.nz/3966249a10.html - 29k - 17 Feb 2007

    A teenage girl has died after falling off the back of a car packed with young people near Whakatane last night. The vehicle swerved, causing the 13 year old ...
    www.tv3.co.nz/News/NewsDisplay/tabid/209/articleID/21501/Default.aspx - 18 Feb 2007 -

    Since Nov 2006 • 71 posts Report Reply

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