|Thursday, 30 September 2004|
Holiday Day 3 : Melbourne Coffee, Cakes, Fish & Pancakes
Emma decided to wake us up very early. That girl really needs to get lazy and learn to sleep in.
After the swim, it was time to really exhaust the kids - we went for a walk down Bourke St and ended up at The Pancake Parlour for dinner - lovely. I even got to go to Gaslight Records and introuce Billy to Madness.
|Wednesday, 29 September 2004|
Holiday Day 2 : Canberra to Melbourne
We had good intentions to leave Canberra early. We really did.
We left town at 9am, heading down the highway destined for the Hume. Some rain greeted us as we made our way out of the ACT and into NSW.
We made a quick stop at 10 miles from Gundagai - gotta say hi to the dog on the tuckerbox. Another stop at the dinki-di Ettamogah Pub for lunch. They really do make the best burgers. Next thing we know its 5pm and we have hit the edge of Melbourne - great, its raining and it's rush hour. Another hour crawling through the traffic and we get to our hotel. Time to rest. Good thing there is broadband access in the room.
|Tuesday, 28 September 2004|
Holiday Day 1 : Sydney to Canberra
On Day 1 of our holiday we headed down the hume to Canberra. It was a quick trip.
We went to the Floriade, which is one of our traditional September destinations. From the flower extravaganza, we headed to one of our new favourite locations - Goodberry's Frozen Custard. Personally, this doesn't appeal to me, but all my kids seem to like it. After chilling out for a while, we decided we would go out for dinner - the Mawson Club beckons.
In the morning we head south to Melbourne. Wish me luck
|Friday, 24 September 2004|
Going on Holidays
I've got 2 weeks of holidays coming up. I'm taking the family on our regular trip - Canberra, Melbourne, Narooma.
We're taking both our cars, which means I'm taking my Audi. This will be fun. Hopefully I can have the top down for some of the trip.
We stocked up on DVDs for the kids so they can be entertained on the road - Star Wars Trilogy, Simpsons Series 1,2,3 & 4, Futurama Series 1,2,3 & 4.
I'm taking my tablet too - I may get a chance to blog while on holidays.[listening to: From St. Kilda To Kings Cross - Paul Kelly ]
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|Thursday, 23 September 2004|
The Wait Is Over
I'm getting my copy tonight
The Whistle is out
Last week, I wrote about Bricey and the whistle he swallowed
It came out earlier this week - don't ask!
Here's the xray to prove the story.
|Sunday, 19 September 2004|
Movie Weekend : Thunderbirds & Garfield
I got to spoil my kids this weekend - i took them to TWO movies. How lucky are they!!!
First I took Brice (the one who swallowed the whistle) to see the Thunderbirds movie. He loved it, because he is a 4 year old boy. Brice and I were the only people in the theatre. I have never been the only person in a theatre before. It was like my own personal BIG television room.
Then, on Sunday, I took Brice, Emma & Bill to see Garfield. The theatre was full, and the movie barely lasted 80 minutes. $40 for 80 minutes! This is such a money spinner. Most times it works out cheaper for me to buy a DVD from AMAZON, get it shipped at the top rate and watch it at home with the gang, What did I think about the movie -- hmmm, Jennifer Love Hewitt wore really short, tight skirts.[listening to: Hey Mamma - Black Eyed Peas ]
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Coverage from RealFooty
Gehrig's feat a boon for Port
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|Saturday, 18 September 2004|
Lions into fourth grand final
Brisbane 12.12 (84) Geelong 10.15 (75)
WEEK 3, Preliminary Finals
Brisbane Lions beat the Cats
Success - moved to tablet
Today I migrated my blog to the new system and this will be my first new post.
Port defeat Saints to reach first grand final
PORT ADELAIDE 4.0 8.3 10.8 14.10 (94) ST KILDA 4.5 7.5 10.9 13.10 (88)
Port Adelaide is into its first ever AFL grand final after beating St Kilda by six points in a heart-stopping preliminary final at AAMI Stadium tonight.
A despairing lunge by Power defender Shaun Burgoyne at the feet of Saint Brent Guerra with less than a minute to play saved a certain goal and preserved a 14.10 (94) to 13.10 (88) victory for the home side.
Port will meet the winner of tomorrow night's Brisbane-Geelong preliminary final to decide the 2004 premiership, and after an extraordinary record of success in the SANFL competition, the Power will get a chance to win its first flag in the big time.
Carrying the weight of its 'finals choker' tag into the match, Port started slowly but prevailed in a nerve-wracking second half when the lead changed hands several times and the margin was never more than two goals in either sides' favour.
An amazing snap goal from former captain Gavin Wanganeen put Port six points up after 21 minutes of the final quarter, and they hung on with grim determination in a frantic final few minutes.
It appeared the Saints would draw level at the very death when Guerra - a former Port player - raced toward a loose ball in the goalsquare, only for Burgoyne to dive at full length to block the ball in the manner of a soccer goalkeeper.
Port then soaked up the final seconds until the final siren which sent the home crowd into delirium.
The loss ended an extraordinary season for St Kilda which broke a club-record winning streak to start the season, but who tapered away in the run-in to the finals.
Well aware that Port Adelaide very rarely loses a match when it leads at quarter-time, St Kilda knew it had to begin well to unsettle opponents and silence a 50,000-strong crowd.
They did so, dominating play early and delivering full forward Fraser Gehrig the two goals he needed to bring up 100 for the season within just ten minutes of the first quarter.
But the subsequent ground invasion by fans to mark the milestone came at the worst time for St Kilda, as Port - already 14 points down - were able to gather their thoughts for a few minutes and immediately hit back with two quick goals.
The Saints had little reward for their first quarter dominance, holding a slender five-point lead at quarter-time, but importantly they had prevented a Power confidence boost.
Port had been hanging in only by their forward efficiency and ruck dominance, but the game evened up in the second quarter and at half-time the home side was in front by four points and the game was shaping as a September classic.
With the game in the balance, the half-time break provided an opportunity for players of both sides to ponder the grand final berth on offer, and that was perhaps reflected in an error-riddled third quarter.
Scoring opportunities were at a premium, and that suited the visitors more than Port, which was in unfamiliar territory having recorded an average winning margin of 55 points in home games this year.
Lenny Hayes was providing the grunt around the packs for the Saints, while Port star Warren Tredrea carried his side's hopes on his broad shoulders and kicked three goals to three-quarter time.
Port went out to an 11-point lead after 11 minutes of the final quarter when Dean Brogan was paid a dubious free-kick straight in front of goals.
But St Kilda answered immediately and when Luke Ball goaled after 18 minutes scores were level and extra-time beckoned for just the second time in AFL history before Wanganeen and Burgoyne's intervention. [Realfooty]
Brave Saints fall a goal short
Brave St Kilda has gone down by a goal in a classic preliminary final at AAMI Stadium on Friday night. In one of the best games of football imaginable, the Power hung on in a thrilling finish to win 14.10 (94) to 13.10 (88) to send a record Port finals crowd of nearly 47,000 delirious with joy at the final siren. Robert Harvey was magnificent with 27 touches in his 300th game, while Fraser Gehrig booted five, including his 100th for the season. [FULL STORY]
Port wins an epic
Port Adelaide is through to its first grand final since joining the AFL in 1997 after outlasting St Kilda by six points in classic preliminary final at AAMI Stadium on Friday night. Fraser Gehrig booted his 100th goal in the first term, but the Power steadied thereafter. Gavin Wanganeen, quiet all night, bobbed up late to snap the match-winner from deep on the boundary [more]
Port Adelaide into first Grand Final
Power sink the Saints to reach Grand Final
Port Adelaide has advanced to its first grand final with a thrilling six-point win over St Kilda at AAMI Stadium on Friday night 14.10 (94) to 13.10 (88).
Gehrig reached his 100-goal milestone with his second goal of the match in the first quarter and was quickly escorted from the ground as fans rushed onto the oval to congratulate him forcing a three-minute suspension of play.
The Saints had the opportunity to force a draw in the last minutes of the match but their forward thrust broke down and Brent Guerra was unable to soccer through the ball as it bounced toward goal.
Port Adelaide: 4.0, 8.3, 10.8, 14.10 (94)
Century for the G-Train. St Kilda spearhead Fraser Gehrig has needed just 11 minutes to bring up his first century of goals in a season during Friday night's first AFL preliminary final. He booted the first two goals of the game to become the first player to kick 100 goals in a season since Matthew Lloyd of Essendon in 2001. The last St Kilda player to do it was Tony Lockett in 1992. [Official AFL Website]
|Friday, 17 September 2004|
Oh No Bricey - Not Again!
My little Brice is a child that likes to live on the edge.
He swallowed a whistle!
Not a big one, but it was long, straight and slippery. It went right in. I haved the X-ray to prove it.
The whistle is still in there. I have been checking all day after he goes to the batchroom. We are informed by the good doctors that it will eventually come out. I dont know if I will take a photo when that happens![listening to: Opps I did it again - Britney Spears ]
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|Tuesday, 14 September 2004|
|Sunday, 12 September 2004|
Semi Finals Results
|Saturday, 11 September 2004|
Collection of St Kilda Stories, thanks to Google news...
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|Friday, 10 September 2004|
Saints march into preliminary final
St Kilda has kept its premiership hopes alive with a 51-point win over Sydney in the AFL semi-final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
The Saints now move on to a preliminary final against Port Adelaide, while the Swans bow out for season 2004.
St Kilda trailed by five points at the first change but kicked 15 goals to Sydney's six in the final three quarters to win 16.11 (107) to 8.8 (56).
Fraser Gehrig and Nick Riewoldt starred for St Kilda - Gehrig kicking six goals while Nick Riewoldt notched up 15 kicks, six handballs, 21 touches and 12 marks.
Stephen Milne, recalled for the match after an up and down season, impressed with four goals, while veterans Roberty Harvey (26 touches) and Andrew Thompson (20 touches) made their mark on the game.
Jude Bolton tried hard for the Swans with 22 possessions and a goal, while Barry Hall chipped in with two goals.
The win was a confidence booster for the Saints, who came into the game with just one win from their past 10 encounters with the Swans.
The Saints will take on the Power next Friday night for a place in the grand final.
Amon Buchanan recorded the first goal of the match when, after managing just minor scores with his first two shots at goal, he finally found the target with a left-foot drop punt from 40 metres out.
The Saints responded in quick fashion through Fraser Gehrig, whose goal pulled the home side back within one point.
The Swans kept up the attack with forward Barry Hall marking in front of defender Max Hudghton in the corner of the goal square.
Hall made no mistake from close range to extend Sydney's lead.
The Saints missed the chance to level the scores late in the quarter when Jason Blake failed to capitalise on his good work to mark in front of Adam Goodes.
Blake missed a relatively easy shot from 40 metres, ensuring the Swans led 2.3 (15) to 1.4 (10) at quarter-time.
However the Saints bounced back to reclaim the lead within two minutes of the restart - Justin Koschitzke booting a goal from 30 metres out.
Misses from Gehrig and Nick Reiwolt could have proved costly when Matthew Nicks found the target for the Swans.
And when Michael O'Loughlin kicked the Swans' fourth the margin had skipped out to 10 points.
But the home side responded with three straight goals - Stephen Milne, Gehrig and Luke Ball amongst the action - to lead at the main break.
Goals to Justin Peckett, Steven Baker and a second to Milne saw the Saints take control of the match in the third quarter.
The Swans were staved of possession and it took until the 17th minute of the term, and a super individual effort from Jason Ball, for the visitors to post a major score.
However, a snap from Ryan O'Keefe and a goal to Bolton saw the Swans creep back within two goals.
The Saints, to their credit, stepped up again with Milne kicking his third and Nick Dal Santo scoring from 50 metres out.
At three-quarter time St Kilda led 10. 9 (69) to 7.4 (46).
The Saints, and in particular Gehrig, ran riot in the final term.
They piled on six goals, four of those to Gehrig, while restricting the Swans to just one major score to complete a convincing victory.[listening to: Goldfinger - Shirley Bassey ]
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St Kilda will meet Port Adelaide in a preliminary final after defeating Sydney by 51 points at the MCG. [more][listening to: If You Go Away (Ne Me Quitte Pas) - Shirley Bassey ]
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Saints revel in rain
St Kilda 16.11 (107) Sydney 8.8 (56)
The win before a crowd of 50,671 earned St Kilda a preliminary final against Port Adelaide at AAMI Stadium next Friday.
While the rain eased off in the second half, the Saints played the best football in the conditions by moving the ball by foot, handling it little and overwhelming Sydney with fierce defensive pressure.
Coleman medallist Fraser Gehrig was the beneficiary of the slick movement and booted six goals to take his season tally to 98, while Stephen Milne proved an inspired selection with four goals from a forward pocket.
St Kilda captain Lenny Hayes was outstanding with 12 tackles, Aussie Jones vindicated his All-Australian selection across half-back and veterans Robert Harvey in game No.299 and Justin Peckett were tireless throughout.
The Swans finished the night both out of puff and out of personnel.
[more][listening to: All of them ladies - Machine Gun Fellatio ]
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Nick Riewoldt bursts clear
[listening to: Diamonds Are Forever - Shirley Bassey ]
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On a roll: Saint Stephen Milne celebrates a second-quarter goal.
[listening to: Take it slow - Machine Gun Fellatio ]
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Saints reign supreme against Swans
Machine Gun Fellatio ]
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Veterans inspire Saintsational form reversal
St Kilda has staged an amazing form turnaround to defeat Sydney by 51 points at the MCG on Friday night in the second semi-final.
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Saints stay alive
St Kilda will meet Port Adelaide in next Friday night's preliminary final after defeating a battered Sydney by 51 points in a gritty semi-final at a wet MCG.
[more][listening to: Pussy Town - Machine Gun Fellatio ]
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Elvis Presley ]
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|Thursday, 9 September 2004|
Latest email from Michael Moore
I really liked Fahrenheit 9/11. It was a terrific movie. I still havent taken Moira to see it, which makes her mad at me.
I got the latest email from Michael Moore today and I felt compelled to post it.
[listening to: Trouble - Elvis Presley ]
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|Sunday, 5 September 2004|
Results from 1st week of finals
|Saturday, 4 September 2004|
Collection of St Kilda Stories
Saints play scared footy
FRIGHTENING and frightened. Let's not beat around bush here. The Saints were belted, on the scoreboard, about their heads and in their hearts in a finals assault of the highest brutality.
Last night the Saints may have bled to death. They played scared, physically and mentally, in what was their worst effort of the season.
At the start, they picked a fight with the tough boys, the warriors of Brisbane, and got their heads kicked in. It did their heads in as well. After that, they lost energy and hunger. At worst, they lost their courage.
The fall-out will be known in seven days time when the Saints front up at home. It remains to be seen if this team can pick up their sorry little bodies and make a run at the premiership. You'd have to think it is against them.
The damage was done in the first half. The embarrassment came in the second.
Simply, the Lions were too quick with their hands and heads, and way, way too tough.
By half-time, they led by 46 points. It was a forgettable two quarters for the Saints. By the end they had increased it to 80.
St Kilda's grand plans, devised after they were thumped two weeks ago at the same venue, fell apart within minutes. Individually, they followed soon after. By the half it was all over.
So what went wrong?
Let's start in the midfield. Luke Ball could not have played any worse. Just two touches to half-time, he was monstered at every contest.
Lenny Hayes and Robert Harvey could not keep up with Simon Black and Nigel Lappin. The Brisbane pair had 39 touches in two quarters and Hayes and Harvey were on the pine.
Up forward, coach Grant Thomas started Nick Riewoldt deep (on Justin Leppitsch) and Fraser Gehrig (Mal Michael) at centre half-forward and Justin Koschitzke (Martin Pike) beside him. None of it worked.
It was a strange tactic. Gehrig doesn't like running at the best of times, and the ball couldn't get to Riewoldt. Perhaps Thomas wanted to keep Leppa away from centre half-back. Whatever, it didn't work.
Beside them, Brent Guerra was supposed to take Chris Johnson out of the play. Johnson ignored him, as he tends to do, and played the type of creative, supportive footy that's made him an All Australian in recent years.
It wasn't any better at the other end.
Aussie Jones, an All Australian contender, watched his opponent Craig McRae kick three goals in the first quarter and along the way had zero possessions himself.
Thomas put Steven Baker on Jason Akermanis and Aker came the supplier rather than goalkicker. He had 11 kicks to half-time and 11 inside 50ms. Baker had one kick and one handball.
Jonathan Brown beat up Luke Penny and had him removed by the 11th minute of the second quarter. Daniel Bradshaw booted two himself.
Collectively, the Saints played panicked football.
Missed handballs, dropped marks, lost possession, over-running balls, fumbles, short steps the pressure was extreme.
And when they did win the ball, the Lions made them play stagnant football. No one wanted to present, no one wanted to run. It was made too easy for Brisbane.
The only positives, arguably, were Heath Black's game on a wing and in the middle after the long break, Max Hudghton who battled hard, Trent Knobel early, Allan Murray early, and the fact they didn't get any injuries. There was little else to cheer about.
Worse still, Thomas and his players have no excuses. Two weeks back, it was a swelter. Last night, the only heat came from Brisbane.
Black, Lappin, Power, Aker, Hadley and Voss were awesome with the ball, while Brown, the Scott boys, Leppa, Pike, Johnson, Copeland and Michael didn't let up with the aggression and verbal. It is a powerful combination.
Throw in the goals six to Brown, four to Bradshaw and the Saints were demolished.
For Thomas, it was a savage beating.
He hasn't eaten much in recent weeks the coach, but perhaps he could start with the words he said as he flew out of Melbourne on Thursday.
"One thing is absolutely, categorically for certain," Thomas said. "They'll respect us by the end of Friday night."
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|Friday, 3 September 2004|
Saints live to fight another day
The Saints will need to take a deep breath, reflect and regroup before planning to take on either Sydney or West Coast next week after going down to Brisbane by 80 points in Friday night's qualifying final at the Gabba. [more][listening to: Everything Is Cool - Reel Big Fish ]
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Lions truly ROAR-some!
The Brisbane Lions have roared into a preliminary final and dealt St Kilda an 80-point physical and psychological battering at the Gabba in Friday night's qualifying final.
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Devastating Lions hammer Saints
AFL defending premiers Brisbane are through to a preliminary final in two weeks after thrashing St Kilda by 80 points in their qualifying match at the Gabba.
The Lions dominated from the opening bounce, chalking up their 11th home finals victory from as many attempts by winning 23.11 (149) to 10.9 (69).
They are now just one triumph away from a fourth consecutive grand final berth.
To put Brisbane's recent success in perspective, they now have one more finals triumph (15) then St Kilda, who have been around 114 years longer.
Brisbane's lead stretched to 100 points at one stage before some late recovery work by the Saints when the game was long gone.
Bullocking forward Jonathan Brown bagged six goals for the triple premiers, although he could again be in strife with the judiciary after being reported at quarter-time for rough play on the Saints' Jason Blake.
Daniel Bradshaw added four goals and the retiring Craig McRae three in what may be his last home match.
If minor premiers Port Adelaide beat Geelong on Sunday, Brisbane will play their preliminary final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground because of an AFL-MCC deal.
St Kilda meanwhile, will their morale severely dented, will now play the winner of the encounter between Sydney and West Coast in a sudden death match next weekend.
The Saints came to Brisbane with high hopes of avenging a 45-point defeat two weeks ago, but were desperately disappointing.
Nick Riewoldt bagged three goals and Fraser Gehrig two but the Victorian team's midfield was largely ineffective.
Luke Ball was their leading possession-getter with 20, compared with Brisbane's Simon Black who racked up 37 in a stellar performance.
Nigel Lappin, together with Black one of the favourites for this year's Brownlow, added 32, while Richard Hadley, third in the Rising Star award, and Luke Power managed 23 each.[listening to: Did It Again - Kylie Minogue ]
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Report sours Lions win
Brisbane 23.11 (149) bt St Kilda 10.9 (69)
JONATHAN BROWN is in danger of joining fellow spearhead Alastair Lynch on the sidelines after being reported for rough play in the Lions 80-point qualifying final savaging of St Kilda at the Gabba.
But Brown, already sidelined three times this year through suspension, will have to find favour at the AFL tribunal to play another game this year after his part in a post-siren melee at quarter-time.
He was reported for holding Saints relief ruckman Jason Blake in a headlock during the push and shove which ended an explosive opening term that featured a string of heated melees.
Brown managed to put the spectre of another suspension behind him to bag six goals in front of a highly appreciative Gabba crowd of 33,582.
So vital is Lynch, battling a hamstring strain, and Brown to the Lions forward set-up that few pundits would have confidently predicted a record-equalling fourth straight premiership without them.
But such was Brisbane's dominance tonight, with their class midfield brigade running riot and Daniel Bradshaw's four-goal performance at full-forward, that only a fool would mark them as underdogs.
After the Saints were touched up by 45 points a fortnight ago at the Gabba, coach Grant Thomas stressed his young team would demand respect on this trip north.
But the visitors, whose man-marking was loose and skill level disappointing, earned none and will find it hard to rebound from the humiliation.
Young sensation Nick Riewoldt was one of a bare handful to come through without a dent to his reputation in a three-goal performance despite being well held by Justin Leppitsch.
The Lions endured a terrible lead-up with senior ruckman Clark Keating and veteran defender Darryl White late withdrawals because of the virus which has swept through the camp.
White was kitted up to play but was physically ill during the warm-up and was replaced by Ashley McGrath at the last minute.
McGrath made the most of the unexpected call-up by snapping a miracle goal during the Lions second-quarter charge where they extended the lead from 19 at the first change to 46 at half-time.
The writing was on the wall for the Saints when small forward Craig McRae, in what is likely to be his last Gabba appearance, made the most of some loose checking by Aussie Jones to kick three opening-term goals.
Brisbane ball magnets Simon Black, Luke Power and Nigel Lappin were unstoppable on the ball and easily led the possession count.
Brown, who would say little about his booking, was overjoyed with the win.
"It's been a magnificent effort this year," he told Network Ten.
"We get the week off and I think the older blokes will like that."
Brisbane 6.3 11.8 17.9 23.11 (149)
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Ruthless Lions tear Saints apart
A RUTHLESS Brisbane powered to within two matches of AFL immortality tonight but might have to create history without two star forwards. MORE[listening to: Breathe - Kylie Minogue ]
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Lions stun Saints
Brisbane has smashed St Kilda by 80 points in their Qualifying Final at the Gabba to remain on track for an historic fourth straight AFL premiership.More[listening to: Locomotion - Kylie Minogue ]
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Saints Crushed at the Gabba
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Brisbane Murders Saints in Qualifying Final
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RSS adopted by leading Aussie Publisher
You know RSS is hitting mainstream when the old established publishers add support for it
Hats off to you, Mr Fairfax
SportKylie Minogue ]
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Orkut Stats - September Update
I am now connected to 1,488,440 people through 121 friends, with 13 fans.
Hmm that fan count hasn't increased since last time! Hey, all you guys who I gave invites to, give me back some love.
I am still waiting for the next Orkut newsletter.[listening to: I Want Your Girlfriend to Be My Girlfriend Too - Reel Big Fish ]
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Windows Media Player 10 is OUT!
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First Sadness, then Joy
Each month, I get an email from FoxFooty that lists all the games and the times that they will be showing. I always scan looking for my team and when I can see them play.
When I got the September edition, my heart sank as I look to the Friday September 3 section
Ripped off Again! All the other games are live, but MY game is replayed at 11.30 on Friday!!!!
Then 2 Hours later, I got another email