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  1. Tom Hainsworth says:

    How sanctimonious of the Students Association to use $10,000 of the money we’re forced to contribute to them on such profligacy – away from phoning clairvoyants – in encouraging the wanton, futile gesture of arresting a person who has diplomatic immunity and can never be charged by our courts. The thought of encouraging some bearded loudmouth whose self-esteem is built non-conducive to their actual offerings to the rest of us is irritating, but unsurprising; after all, this is what power without responsibility produces; just another extreme.

  2. Brunswick says:

    Hey, how come Martin gets his cartoons on the website? is it because he, you know, actually sends them in on time?

  3. Martin says:

    He was in the court room watching. [and the crowd can’t get enough of him]

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