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The zine was described by the author, in [[New Pollution]] (1997) as "essentially the ramblings of my own dreamy and overactive mind. I write mostly about the things in life that make an impact, and sometimes I even write about larger things of importance. It really depends on what kind of day it is".
 
The zine was described by the author, in [[New Pollution]] (1997) as "essentially the ramblings of my own dreamy and overactive mind. I write mostly about the things in life that make an impact, and sometimes I even write about larger things of importance. It really depends on what kind of day it is".
  
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A show of hands zine (Stepney, S. Aust.: A Show of Hands Zine, 1993-) is a personal zine created by Michelle de Cean that contains many references to the Adelaide Punk/Hardcore scene.

The zine was described by the author, in New Pollution (1997) as "essentially the ramblings of my own dreamy and overactive mind. I write mostly about the things in life that make an impact, and sometimes I even write about larger things of importance. It really depends on what kind of day it is".