Dec 2004

Blog Created: 10/8/03
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Rob Sanders
General Information

Main blog:Rob's Adventures
Occupation:Executive / Management
Education:High school, Some college, School of life
Religion:Spiritual but not religious
Service Attendance:Rarely
Race/lineage:White / Caucasian
Location:Australia, Sydney

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Body Size:Sturdy
Height:5' 8" (173 cm)
Hair Color:Brown
Undies:Boxers - Silk

Personal Information

Relationship Status:Married
Sexual Preference:Straight/Heterosexual
Astrological Sign:Pisces (Feb 19 - March 20)
Existing as:Human
Your Home:Live with wife
Biography/About:Currently reading Bill Bryson
Likes:Lots of things
Dislikes:Pet peeves
Interests:Almost anything

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Other Blogs I Author

 Code Samples
 DVD and Gaming
 Super Rugby

Four Most Recent Entries

Moved to Aussie Travel Guy
For more of Rob's Adventures check out Aussie Travel Guy at Regards, Rob
Moving Sale
Rob has moved to live spaces: and I'm moving the personal blog over to live spaces because it gives me more freedom and it's slightly easier to administer. Please read/post at that location
Please help sponsor Men's health
During Movember (the month formerly known as November) Iíll be growin' a moustache. Thatís right Iím bringing the Mo back because Iím passionate about changing the state of menís health. Please consider sponsoring myself or others in my Readify team to grow moustaches during 'Movember'. All proceeds go to help research into Men's health (cancer and depression). Do it for the Aussie farmer! [Statistics say] one day in four, an Aussie farmer commits suicide - research into male depression could have a big impact in preventing this horrible statistic. Those who sponsor me will (besides...
New Find! Encyclopaedia from 1836
Hi all, Last week I was lucky enough to be gifted with a set of volumes (14 of 22) from an encyclopaedia printed in 1836 (courtesy of my mother who has a gift for finding rare and exquisite items). Below is a photo of the introduction page. After some research, it turns out that the set was authored in 1829 in London. The 1836 edition contains an excellent set of engravings, one of which is pictured below (from volume X) As you might be able to observe, the content is in pretty good condition given the age of the volumes. Some are in poor condition (maybe 4 of the 14), however the...

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