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Topic # 114266 14-Feb-2013 01:26
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Hope this is allowed.... has anyone a copy of the Paul Holmes clip with Margaret Thatcher ?

Wifey deleted it and I'd like to email it to a friend in the UK.





Cheers - Kirk

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  Reply # 762050 14-Feb-2013 08:12
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TVNZ On Demand...

"Holmes - A celebration"

Maybe you can work out a way to download it...
Or your UK friend can use a proxy to view it




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  Reply # 762056 14-Feb-2013 08:27
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As per the topic four posts above this one - NO.

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=83&topicid=35100

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  Reply # 762074 14-Feb-2013 09:12
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Tried YouTube?

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  Reply # 762107 14-Feb-2013 10:22
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If only there was some sort of new cloud-based file storage system so we could post a link.....




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  Reply # 762439 14-Feb-2013 16:13
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Thanks Rob and all, no infringement intended. And success this end !

Regards, ADKM

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