Drinking Liberally – Auckland

Written By: - Date published: 11:22 pm, October 21st, 2008 - 4 comments
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Drinking Liberally - AucklandWHAT: Drinking Liberally Auckland City

WHO: You and any of your left-leaning comrades

WHEN: 7.30pm, Wed 22nd October

WHERE: London Bar, cnr Wellesley & Queen Sts (opposite Civic). The entrance to the bar is around on Wellesley St, you need to go up the stairs.

WITH: Dr Russell Norman – co-leader of the Greens.

COST: Free, just need to keep yourself fed and watered.

4 comments on “Drinking Liberally – Auckland”

  1. Carol 1

    Wednesday 24th September?

  2. NeillR 2

    A bit late?

  3. Julie 3

    Ah it’s on tonight (22nd October).

    [lprent: oops. copy and paste while tired. Corrected]

  4. lprent 4

    On a lighter note. It appears that the wingnuts still haven’t read the article on google-bombing algorithms.

    Yesterday we got a big pile of search-terms on variations of a phrase referring to a smear on this site. So I did a little check this morning. I see that the phrase points to kiwiblog on google NZ.

    Thank you Danyl for
    this comment
    which has redirected attention to the appropriate blog, although I’d hardly think that DPF would agree.

    Just a hint to the wingnuts – it requires long-term planning and consistency. Not your best traits. I see that a NZ google search for clueless still leads to JK’s page.

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