Hi there, I'm Bob McBobOn Wikipedia, I am h2g2bob.
Devon, lovely Devon, yes it's the place to be.
Who am I?I'm a Researcher for h2g2
Global Ethical Consultant to Wonko Inc.®
A Pythonist in the Monty Python Fan Society
iCan use iCan
Find me at compunach.co.nr and robx.sf.net
|Find out about the wonders of Computer Lights, yummy imposible pie, Stinging Nettles and the irrepressible Office Assistant in the Edited Guide.||How to train cheese is now in the UnderGuide|
You will need 1.97kg of cheese to light a 100 Watt light bulb for 1 day.
Save The Albatross
Thanks to all those who signed the petition. It managed to get 100,000 people to sign!
Hello! Welcome to the Personal Space of Bob McBob.
"Without a God, life is only a matter of Opinion"
-Douglas Adams, Speech at Digital Biotica 2, Cambridge
"Never drink more than two Pan Galactic Gargle Blasters unless you are a thirty ton Mega-Elephant with bronchial pneumonia"
- Zaphod Beeblebrox
"Line dancing is like synchronised swimming, only without the fun and drowning."
- Kate Adie, Radio 4
This is not a good introduction because:
a. It does not tell you anything about me
b. It portrays the wonderful country of England as a place where it rains all the time
I'm actually writing this so you don't say: oh, dear. That bloke's not got anything about himself on his personal space. I still haven't anything about myself on my personal space, but it now looks much better. Almost like I made an effort. By the way, do you like the blue top and left bit? You can do this, too: look at Brunel Tag. If you don't know what I'm going on about, it's probably because you're not viewing this in Brunel. If you were, it would be apparent that I have got a nice blue header thing.
No-one will ever read any of this anyway. That's why I put the links at the top so people go: Ooooh! There's an interesting topic, and leave this bit in peace. Here, let me give you an example. If you read this article to the end, please tell me about it - leave a message. Say what a pathetic entry this is. Go on.
Oh, dear. The bit above sounded like Marvin.
Are you still reading this? Haven't you anything better to do than read an article hurling abuse at you? No, thought not.
Congratulations, you have reached the end of this thingy-wotsit. Woo-hoo, yipdie dee and all that. Great. Yeah. Nice one.
- Feel free to leave a message after the beep.
- Thanks to all those who signed the Save the Albatross petition!
I'm a Researcher for the H2G2 communityAlthough I post in the other BBCi communities, I am mainly a member of h2g2. h2g2 is an online collaboration to create a guide to life, the universe and everything.
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I'm part of another BBCi community called h2g2, which aims to create an online guide to life, the universe and everything.
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|Your Space||May 27, 2004|
|iCan & Albatrosses||Apr 15, 2004|
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