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March 15, 2010 | by  | in Opinion |
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President’s Column

President's column

Salient would like to apologise to this disruption to the regular President’s column programming.

Unfortunately, despite several phone calls, text messages and constant pestering throughout the week, Salient has not received a column from Max Hardy.

Technical difficulties may be to blame, but that’s why we have a deadline of 5pm Tuesday. So we have time to sort this stuff out.

Instead of Max’s column, here is a picture of the tallest building in the world.

The world's tallest building

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  1. Shitkicker McGee says:

    That’s quite a tall building

  2. Karl Bronstein says:

    I’ve missed you Shitkicker

  3. Tequila says:

    Well he’s not coping that’s why. VUWSA is still a mess – as it was last year. The sooner VSM is bought in the better.

  4. smackdown says:

    who cares about max hardy i want the alan young report

  5. smackdown says:

    will he get his executive bonus

    will he dream 700 ice cream dreams

    (ice cream)

    (dream)

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