Makes a Change
Beats the "You need a bigger penis" crap lol
We've decided to give Google a break this afternoon, and have curtailed the usual Reg whining about the search monolith's dark ambitions to enslave humanity to its will, using stored search data and Orwellian black Opels. The reason? The following astounding missive from Google Ghana. No we didn't realise Google had a Ghanaian …
And obviously Google have short memory (in need of data mining... or just Google it)... they don't exactly remember if they started in 1998 or 1999 which explain de 6th 0ct 2008/2009 date.
But Mr Akambi assured me, my check is in the post... Don't tell him it was my wife that replied, I don't want to be disqualified.
Google are cheapskates. I've just been awarded £1M quid from the "Barclays Premier League Grant programme". And my name isn't even Sven Goran Ericsson!
Wisely, they inform me that I should "take time and thought in investing the funds wisely on a project that will stand the test of time."
... I am very proud of it.
The Award Reference code help us track each of the 20 winners effortlessly. You will see an example below...
Award Reference code: GOOGLE568A2008
Please note "2008", which is our Year-1 system. It's ingenious. No-one else does it.
Our File Number tracks every conversation with each of the 20 Winners. As you can see:
File number: G245
In case you are wondering - G245 represents the first conversation. G246 will be the second etc. Really easy huh?
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is that if they actually made a bit of an effort, it would be so much more convincing. ie realising that people in Britain/England don't actually say great british pounds, they tend to use the rather more convenient pound sign (£ for the yanks, not #), or say Sterling.
And, of course, the Ghana address might also have tipped it.
Dahhh!!!! This guys knowledge of the UK currency id obviously based on the poetry of Ewan McTeagle,
Can I hav fifty pouns to mend the shed?
I'm right on my uppers.
I can pay you back
When this postal order comes from Australia.
Hope the bladder trouble's geting better.
Yeah, pure Monty Python
>Wisely, they inform me that I should "take time and thought in investing the funds wisely on a >project that will stand the test of time."
Invest in pyramids. They've been around for longer than anyone can remember and they're a great way of hiding your old stiffs while simultaneously attracting tourists. They're a popular investment at the moment, just ask around. Most people have heard of pyramid schemes. Surprised you couldn't find out about them on Google really.
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