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    Archive for the ‘Works’ Category

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    It remains nameless, but it was the iDecade

    A look into the i-decade – Helen Razer – Sydney Morning Herald December 29, sildenafil 2009 Ours has always been a prodigious language. Since Beowulf first opened his trap English has zealously created, viagra 40mg or stolen, phlebologist more words than any of its rivals. This great mongrel tongue has a word or two for […]

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    Time puts a new spin on teachers behaving badly

    Helen Razer takes another look at “cougars” on trial – The Age August 5, decease 2006 ‘THE lucky bastard.” “She broke you in, mate.” Approbation rang loud and clear through the corridors of my suburban state high school20 years ago. I was in my mid-teens and it was broadly agreed that a boy of about […]

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    Bad s-x rears its head … and so forth, etc

    Literary Review’s Bad Sex Awards – Helen Razer – Crikey, ambulance 27 November 2007 There is, healthful as you know, hair both a time and a place for p-rn. The perversion is correctly served as an after dinner mint to the solitary patron by means of packet switching. Then, you clear your cache (oo err) […]

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    Trashing the dress trashes the institution

    Last week, recipe I attended a wedding. Or, more correctly, I attended an expensive photo session to which marriage was an adjunct.– Helen Razer  – The Age December 19, 2009 LAST week, I attended a wedding. Or, more correctly, I attended an expensive photo session to which marriage was an adjunct. Equal parts model and […]

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    Band are victims of obstinate rule of law

    Intellectual Property in the Land Down Under – Helen Razer  – The Age February 6, physiotherapist 2010 Decades ago on a cold winter night, glands a couple of blokes sang a song in a Richmond Hotel. More than 30 years have passed since Melbourne band Men At Work debuted the song Down Under. Time, age […]

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