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Australian post-punk guitarist Rowland S. Howard passed away today, after a battle with liver cancer. He was 50.
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2016/6/26As of Friday morning, all hell has broken loose in the UK. As nobody predicted*, the British voting public voted to leave the EU, 52% to 48%. Well, the English and Welsh voting public, mostly; Scotland
Two years ago:
2015/6/28The rumours coming from Australia recently have been of preparations for an early federal election; Tory MPs have been sent offers to get updated photos with Team Australia Captain Tony Abbott, and the tragicomically misnamed Liberal
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2012/8/14The Cold War isn't over everywhere: An article in Foreign Policy accuses the authors of travel guides of fashionable leftist sympathies , falling over themselves to praise anti-US dictators like Castro, Chavez and Ahmadinejad and
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