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6/19/2005 2:53:12 PM
Sometimes, don't you just wish you were there?
6/4/2005 11:14:05 AM
Just sitting here listening to the BBC's "I'm sorry I haven't a clue" and doing some site tweaks. Great night out recently at, variously, Kuletos, Bar 333 and that old mainstay, the Pyrmont Bridge. Detox may be the order of the weekend, but I'm not sure that's actually going to happen. Wahey!
5/29/2005 12:39:16 PM
Arthouse last night - my first time 'out' in the City on a Saturday night for a while, and I've got to say it wasn't bad at all.
5/17/2005 8:21:13 PM
I was a Zombie on Sunday. No, not hungover. I was a Zombie (Zombie #1 in fact) in an independent film. As yet no word on the release but we had a night of fun tooling around a steel foundry in Botany covered in fake blood and industrial grime. Got to do a storyboarded/scripted section where I'm the first infected, got to spew blood everywhere and attack a co-worker. Which was nice. Very nice, in fact.
5/17/2005 6:26:49 PM
I'm one happy boy. the website came back up today (whoopee) and already the traffic is gaining pace. Googlebot has been past a couple of times, so the index should also get reinstated
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On Lord Raglan:
The bikers referred to in the post below are now gone - the pub has changed hands and is on the road to recovery after a pretty dark phase. Review to follow.
(9/19/2006 5:16:44 PM)
Now re-opened, "Girls Girls Girls, Dusk till Dawn". A bit different to how it used to be then....
(5/8/2006 2:12:25 PM)
On Blue Olive:
Blue Olive is currently closed for renovation, and will be re-opening as a Bavarian Beer Cafe, adding to the Boutique Beer quota which is sweeping Sydney
(6/4/2005 11:58:24 AM)
Further to our reviews, rules have just been announced that require all pubs in NSW to provide free tap water. more on this story later
(8/1/2004 6:29:18 AM)
For a quart of Ale is a dish for a King.
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