News relating to Brisbane writer Gary Kemble.
Killer. You should apply for a patent. It's the perfect twist to the "do X on the internet" patents.
This is hilarious, thanks :)
This rocks, I love it! When the mail came today, I said to Mum "all the email is for you" and then realised what I had said lol.
Thanks guys! Years ago I had a couple of friends living across the other side of the city. They didn't have a phone so we used to write to each other all the time. It was really fun. Tried doing something similar with a blog a year or so back, but it's just not the same!
I'm with you on this.This year I started a handwritten blog just to see if I could even remember how to do it. It has been a chore, but I'm slowly working it out. Your form is just what the doctor ordered.Thanks.
Hi Gary, I made an easy-to-print PDF-version of your template and look an this. ;-)
cease and desist order Sirs, We canines have been using the term "pee mail", commonly abbrev. "p-mail" to describe the communication methodology of leaving messages encrypted in urinary markings. Please stop using this confusing term for your product as it infringes on a well know product name. Also, stop putting that blue stuff in the toilet bowl. It tastes funny.Signed,Rover, esq.
That's brilliant, thanks!I particularly liked the backward-compatability.Just so you know, I've plugged this on my journal. I hope that's ok.
Frank - I believe a handwritten blog is called a 'diary' or 'journal' :)Thanks for the PDF eay -- I'll update the post.Rover -- I'll see what I can do, but once these things are out there under CC licenses, anything can happen. Re: the blue stuff, I don't put it in... I'm paranoid about getting stuck in my dunny and having to drink the water!
Thanks for this! I plan on printing out a 1000, writing about my great discount prices on Cialis and penis enlargements, and mailing them to strangers. :)
Thanks Liz!Or how about, "I, daughter of former Economics Minister of Nigeria, am writting to inform you of a grave situation involveding $US1 dollars".:)
Did you ever see the Google search engine, circa 1960? Gmail isn't the only thing that can be improved.
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