24 Jun 2014

The Panel with Mai Chen and Sally Wenley (Part 2)

From The Panel, 4:32 pm on 24 June 2014

Topics - the thing is that men and women call to each other or call among themselves using different words, apparently. According to the Center for Reading Research in America, there are words that tend to be known only by men or by women. The west is reacting today to the jailing of three al Jazeera journalists in Egypt. Our own Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully has issued a formal statement expressing "deep concern" about the sentences imposed. So Lucan Battison is back at school tomorrow at St John's College in Hastings, having followed in the footsteps of Martin Luther King in his peaceful protest against authority. That from his lawyer, that comparison. Long-haired people are not troublemakers, Lucas is a role model, he said. Labour will commit nearly $25 million for full buy out offers across the red zone if it gains power at the election. Does this set a precedent, the idea of bailing someone out who hasn't obtained insurance?

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