Thank you, Ivor Knievel Skeem, for nominating me for this award. I feel deeply honoured and chuffed and flattered and chirpy about it.
The rules are that I have to thank the nominator. Done.
Then I have to nominate another hundred people. I’m working on that.
Next I have to send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Full names, address, phone numbers, copy of passport, bank account and credit card numbers and PINs, where you hide the spare house key, alarm system code, details of televisions owned and where they are kept, car makes and models and the numbers on each door and ignition key. Also download the software which will be attached to the email reply, and beep your car beepers one at a time after the voice says, ‘Beep now.’
All that seems quite straightforward.
Then I must answer the following questions:
1) What are your usual work hours?
2) How many people in your household?
3) When are they all not at home?
4) What are your favourite treasures?
5) Where do you keep them?
6) If in a safe, what is the combination?
7) Who are your richest non-blogging relations?
8) Who are your richest non-blogging friends?
The nomination ends:
Receiving this very special award and following all the instructions is guaranteed to change your life.
Isn’t that exciting?
P.S. I had a helpful phone call this morning from someone from Microsoft wanting to help me fix a fault with my software. Funny how quickly they rang off when I said, ‘Just wait a second while I track your location’.
P.P.S. It would seem that a cable break in the Mediterranean Sea means that all those like myself who use the Mweb service provider will have limited connectivity for a few weeks until they repair it. At the moment, reading each blog and posting each comment is a major chore. Please bear with me!
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