Posts by Grant McDougall

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  • Hard News: Bowie, in reply to Russell Brown,

    George Kay’s interview with Bowie for Rip It Up in Christchurch in 1978, before the show. Pics by Laurence Aberhart.

    Excellent interview with George about Bowie in Tuesday's ODT here

    Excellent editorial on Bowie in Wednesday's ODT here

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  • Hard News: Friday Music: Gobshite vs Adele,

    Adele's not my cuppa either, but she's nowhere near as tedious, dull and over-rated as Oasis.

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  • Feed: Feast,

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  • Feed: Feast,

    Wot ? No mention of truffles, Gareth ?

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  • Hard News: Public Address Word of the…,

    Richie - good call by whoever said it first above.

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  • Hard News: Public Address Word of the…, in reply to Joe Wylie,

    Mansplain

    What does that mean?

    Here you go.

    Joe, he was being facetious.

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  • Polity: Hosking’s right about jobs,

    Last week on, um, whatever his tv show at 7 is called, he was banging on about the flag vote and how we should change it.

    "Change is good" he said. Presumably, he'll be happy to say we should also change the gov't in 2017, because, like he said, change is good. Then again, pigs might fly.

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  • Hard News: Friday Music: Back to a…,

    Warning - the following may contain traces of cantankerousoldgrumpitis:

    I'm surprised at how many people are excited by the JAMC re-heating Psychocandy. It's the very antithesis of what it was about at the time: boring, retro, nostalgia for "classic" acts.

    I thought it was - still is - a great album, but they quickly turned pretty dull after that, I reckon.

    I saw them in London in 1998 at the Royal Festival Hall at the John Peel-curated Meltdown Festival and it was one of the most mediocre gigs I've ever seen.

    And don't get me started on the even-worse Primal Scream...

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  • Hard News: The Message,

    Perhaps Key reasons that giving the Auckland centre-right a leg-up would complicate the internal balance of the National Party. Morely likely, he realises that Goff already has a considerable head start and it would be better to work with him than to have to deal with a political neophyte, or worse, a flaming nutbar.

    True, but ya gotta admit, the rest of the country would find a fair amount of comedic value in it, if this turned out to be the case.

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  • Hard News: The Message, in reply to Craig Ranapia,

    And while he’s still a Member of Parliament (and, as far as I’m aware, still his party’s “spokesman for Auckland issues”), he might want to think very carefully about whether it’s wise to start laying down the law.

    Andrew Little said on RNZ Nat yesterday that Goff has been relieved of that and it's been given to, er, someone else.

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