Thoughts of an evil genius. Well, evil anyway.
I'm one, even though I'd donate $5 to Anglicare if you actually recognised me if we ran into each other! :-)
As long as you do that blurry hand thing that you're doing in your photo when we meet, I reckon Anglicare will profit by your offer! ;-)
Even the ones who send the frivolous application invites, Gordo?
Actually I deleted him about 2 months ago, and then deleted someone else about 2 minutes before I made this post. Also, someone seems to have deleted me in the last day or so, but with 500 friends, it was a bit hard to tell who. I immediately checked to see if it was Michael Jensen, of course, but it wasn't. Hmm...Kevin Rudd? Mark Driscoll? Who could it be...
Ummh ... I only signed you up because you said that you didn't have many friends on Facebook!I've only got about 70 and I really couldn't care less... it's not a competition.Someone quite famous was once praised (even by his enemies) for not being swayed by what other people thought of him. You should give it a try Gordon.
Alas John, one of my terrible weaknesses (so I'm told by Fifi, anyway) is that everything is a competition. I am comparing myself to those who have >1000 friends I admit.It's all a bit of tongue-in-cheek. And I still remember you, especially after our friendly catch-up at Moore and Campos!
You would never recognise me...thankfully I don't look like a chicken.Although my choks are quite beautiful.
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