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JOMAD 28: Juicy

September 22nd, 2013

With Elizabeth Redman! Points of interest: secret code language (shorthand), Sky Business ads, wicked fungus, wine diluted by shampoo off-runnings, John Howard’s superannuation, Cosmo vs Cosmos, critical numeracy, printing money, tooth fairy upcycling, hilarious hostage crisis, improve your first sexual experience, verse novels, tracksuit pants of the heart, St P Dogg, Martin Luther, sacrificing bulls and breakfast stacks.

Books: Woke Up Loney by Fiona Maazel, The Monkey’s Mask and Love Poems by Dorothy Porter, the Bible, The Sneaker Colouring Book.

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