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Topic # 6847 27-Feb-2006 10:23
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Wondering if anyone has played this game? I certainly have not seen it in NZ. You gotta luv some of the tech that comes out of Japan. There is even a Wiki reference. Wiki
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Reply # 29450 27-Feb-2006 12:54
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only in Japan.

I wonder if it could be changed in NZ to have people like Helen Clark or Winston on the screen.




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Reply # 29451 27-Feb-2006 13:07
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You would probably get arrested for 'fingering' a politician in NZ. After all its not very PC now is it.



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Reply # 29503 28-Feb-2006 12:06
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Talking about Wiki - even 'Blanket Man' has a Wiki.
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Amazing you can be a homeless, loin cloth wearing bum and still get a mention on the Internet!

For those not from Wellington 'Blanket Man' is one of our more interesting locals.

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