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06 April 200809:37PMmatt-in-canada

Hey! This post is really old. You should take it with a grain of salt.

To my dear lack of readers: I am proud to announce that I will be having some guest bloggers here in the next 2 weeks.

Well, not quite.

My Dad and younger brother have gone to Canada for a brief 2 week ski jaunt (its the last time... the monies have run out), and to encourage them to write about it I have given them the keys to this blog (or, more accurately, the email posting address.)

So if you see strange posts, thats what it is.

PS: Here's the letter gave them...

A list of things that Rockwell wants you to do in Canada:

A little PS:

[Blog email address]

This is the auto-post address to my blog. (which is ) I'd be gratified if either of you would like to post onto it (as often as you like: every day, or just once or twice. But I'd really like it if you did every day. Alternatively, you could set up your own at, it's really easy.) It does pictures and things, too.

If you really cannot be bothered sending one titchy email a day (or 2 days, or even at all) to my blog, at least send them to me, and if you can't even be bothered doing that, put them in a word doc. For chrissake, just keep some kind of journal! (but see stuff above about ease of use of blog)

I love you both heaps and again, have a cool time. Say goodbye to the house for me (not that I feel any particular emotional attatchment to it, but it feels like the right thing to do. Give my best wishes to the new owner and stuff, and have a good time on the slopes!

Ok, now this is getting a little bit sloppy and mooshy. I'd better stop before the sentimental-ness kills you.

Yours awesomely,

Rockwell (the awesome one)

PS: I rule.

PSPS: You rule too though.

PSPSPS: AAAARGH, I'm getting sloppy again. Seriously. Bye.

PSPSPSPS: If none of this last bit made sense, just do what it says on the list above. I'm sure Matt will understand though. I think.


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