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Topic # 60298 23-Apr-2010 20:16
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I made a facebook page for Judy Bailey, best news reader NZ has seen. Just wanted some real exposure, without being put in the off topic forum.
She had mad skills and was like mum, when mum was far away.
Cheers to Judy Bailey ! :)

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Judy-Bailey/115412295155315?ref=ts


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  Reply # 322214 23-Apr-2010 20:46
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So you decided to deliberately post in the wrong section?

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  Reply # 322440 24-Apr-2010 19:24
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Your name isn't Judy Bailey is it, by any chance?





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  Reply # 322470 24-Apr-2010 20:44
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crikarika: I made a facebook page for Judy Bailey, best news reader NZ has seen.


I hate to correct you, but CLEARLY Carolyn Robinson is the best news reader.





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  Reply # 322502 24-Apr-2010 22:56
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Judy Bailey was a fairly good newsreader but there are plenty of others who are just as good. 

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  Reply # 323283 26-Apr-2010 22:15
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Just plain weird.

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