kazza.id.au is back!

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Liz

Firstly, welcome to anyone who came here looking to download kazaa (or even kazza). Sorry that site is no longer with us, but feel free to read my blog for a bit ;)

Yes, kazza.id.au is now pointing back here (well it will be as soon as dns updates), with the thought of perhaps rating it again in google in the search for "kazza", and therefore renewed interest in the domain name :)

So, you may ask, why the picture of dear old Liz? Well Dave last night commented that he was most saddened that I didn't have any photos of Elizabeth Hurley in my blog (or on Conspiracy I would imagine). Well my dear, your wish is my command :)

I've actually had this photo since 1999. I was chatting to Vic one time on icq and I asked him "what is your type?". He wandered off for a moment while he looked up her name, then he sent me this photo which apparently epitomises his taste in women. Apparently he's a "legs" man, and this does it for him.

The sad thing is I remember the conversation so well, and still have the picture to prove it :)

The problem with such a large image though, is that you have to write a lot to get past the end of it.

Which is probably why I never even attempted NaNoWriMo last year. Richard made an attempt, but then he can write. The longest thing I've ever written was a novel we had to write in high school english in year 8. One of these days I might ocr it and everyone can laugh at how bad it was. By far the best novel written in our class that year was one by a girl called Ann Polley. "Vixen's Front" it was called, about a girl that gets kidnapped in Grace Bros and gets whisked off to the other side of the world to become a spy of sorts. Gosh I really need to try and find Ann, I haven't talked to her in years. She was just about as crazy as I was, and we got on quite well. We used to walk down streets barking at dogs, just to get them all barking at each other, then feel very accomplished at what we'd achieved. Or walk past the Orana kindergarten and sing "Orana to Christmas Day" as we went. We (or she did mostly) came up with how Dodger (from Oliver) died. It was rather gruesome as I recall. And she wrote this wonderful song called the Boogey Man which I might even have a tape of somewhere. "The boogey man, is gonna getcha, the boogey man, is coming today..." ahh those were the days...!!

3 Comments

Kirk said:

LOL... like the photo - nice attention grabber. So you got the www site back? I wonder if that will confuse anyone.

September 30, 2004 9:39 PM

   

kazza said:

I'm sure it'll confuse *lots* of people ;)
But yeah it's back for now.

September 30, 2004 9:56 PM

   

Dave2 said:

Well now I'd say your blog is no longer sad at all... in fact, it's just about perfect! Everybody should be posting a photo of Liz on their blog. :-)

October 1, 2004 12:35 AM

   

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