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I thought I was safe, but a tag just managed to slip past my defences and hit my part of the Internet. Oh well, it’ll get better if I put some cream on it. Scepticon is the offending tagger, and this was his weapon: a 50-caliber blog post aimed directly at my vulnerable new blog. That’s a bit below the belt, isn’t it?

So, this is how it works:

1. Link to the person who tagged you.
2. Post the rules on your blog.
3. Write six random things about yourself.
4. Tag six people at the end of your post and link to them.
5. Let each person know they’ve been tagged and leave a comment on their blog.
6. Let the tagger know when your entry is up.

Okay, so No. 1 is done, as is No. 2…

Six random things, eh?

  1. I have just completed my three Year 12 exams for this semester: two Maths Methods exams and one Psychology exam. I’ll do well, hopefully.
  2. I have an iPod which I wish had a larger capacity, as I have sixty jazz albums I wish to put on it, but can’t due to me liking the stuff I have on it now too much.
  3. I would like to learn the guitar, but I’m too lazy.
  4. I own a blue t-shirt with a picture of a rabbit on it, and I wear it often.
  5. My legs are unpardonably hairy.
  6. I wear my watch on either wrist interchangeably.

Tag six people… Six people? That’s a lot.

  1. Skelliotblog
  2. The Sceptic’s Book of Pooh-Pooh
  3. The Darwin Report
  4. The Skepbitch
  5. Splendid Elles
  6. Ecstathy

Whew. Tough.

No. 5 I’ll do later…

No. 6 I’ll do later…

Done!


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Informal Skepticism seeks to discuss skeptical, scientific and religious topics in a way that won't make you stay awake at night, increase your blood pressure or cause stress-induced hallucinations.

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