Once again, you've come up with some great ideas for fun and educational tativicies for the kids. I specifically enjoyed your description of David at the National Museum. I've seen it in person but it was nice to see him through your eyes. At Lin's suggestion, the family headed down to the arts festival at Clarke Quay. It was a great way to spend a leisurely hour.I have now added your site to my yahoo homepage.
on 2012-Mar-12 11:34:23 Victoria said
Dear Bryan,I am so sad that my attempt to nghcaexe information with you has been ridiculed and rejected (presumably? I still haven't had a definitive no, and I hold out hope still )I hold in my head the secrets to wonders you cannot even begin to dream of:You wish to turn base metals to gold? I know the secrets of alchemy.You want to know the hidden secrets of the illuminati? I taught Dan brown everything he knows.You want to know the secrets of the Bermuda Triangle? I am the master of Bermudan geometry.You want to know where the pirates buried their treasure? I know where X marks the spot.In short Bryan you had the opportunities to hold the secrets of the universe in the palms of your hands and all I wanted to know in return was what you thought the smoke monster in Lost really looked like to John Locke as he saw it in the first series.Never mind though, I have other contacts to pursue. Your loss. Watch out for the name Daniel C. Adams to be writ large across your world.YoursDanPS if you could just send me your bank details I'd love to nghcaexe some more info with you??