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Desc:Only joking, Commercial TV journalism died talking on a mobile phone while driving years ago.
Category:Advertisements, News & Politics
Tags:Advertising, Australia, journalism, Seven News, Packed to the rafters
Submitted:kamlem
Date:11/13/10
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Comment count is 6
Bebido - 2010-11-13
*Car Crash*.....*Applause*
Caminante Nocturno - 2010-11-13
Car smash.

fluffy - 2010-11-13
hee hee they sure do talk funny

kamlem - 2010-11-13
Some context...

http://www.abc.net.au/mediawatch/transcripts/s3060603.htm

"So how many times did Seven run this story? We've counted eight times that day, including on Sunrise, the 6 o'clock news and Today Tonight."
Jet Bin Fever - 2010-11-13
What does "on my L's" mean?
Supahfly - 2010-11-14
When you first start to drive, you get your 'L' learner plates to display. You must display them when driving, and you must be accompanied by an experienced - Had their full license for 4 or more years - at all times when driving.

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