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I have two main problems with cleaning my room: getting dust up my nose so that I end up sneezing for the next three hours, and finding things from the past.

Extracted from the Year 6 Yearbook from all the way back in 1997:


It really is quite revealing when you read what you wrote back in Year 6. Somehow I wanted to be a lawyer and liked most sports. What was I thinking?


What I found most interesting were the similarities. I think I must’ve copied Daniel because I didn’t know what to write.

Update: Daniel says that what he meant in his profile about being a doctor and not a G.P. is not that he wants to become a specialist surgeon, but to get a PhD. He’s well on his way there. And Anupam’s profile was rather similar too – which suggests that the three of us wrote it together. Remember, ADE4AID and Hanson, Daniel, or am I digging too deep now?


Daniel found something recently that I had completely forgotten about… it was the census of the OC class at Picnic Point that I created when I was in Year 6. That was 10 years ago! Did you know (or want to know) that over a third of the class liked Hanson? And what kind of an ancient TV show was Ancient Prophecies? It came in a distant second from the Simpsons, but it beat everything else. Daniel scanned it in and you can grab it here: pdf.

I also knocked up a PowerPoint presentation, just to see what it could’ve looked like if I had Office 2007 back in Year 6. It’s shiny! Take a look here: pptx, pdf.

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