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Tuesday, July 04, 2006

4th July

Yaxlich hasn't posted anything on his Blog for a while because his computer was broken. According to the nice man from PC World his hard drive was corrupted. Yaxlich was surprised at this news and wanted to ask the nice man how this had happened but since Yaxlich does not speak Urdu he was unable to find out more. Yaxlich now has a new computer and will be updating his Blog again.

Today is the 4th of July. In America, where they also have the internet, they have parties. As you know, Yaxlich likes parties and wishes he was in America now with Pork Chop the African American hound eating jelly and ice cream. They like to eat in America and their favourite food is the hot dog. In America today in a place called Coney Island they will be having a hot dog eating contest. The world record for eating hot dogs is 53 hot dogs in 12 minutes and the record holder is Takeru Kobayashi. He also holds the world record for eating 57 cow brains in 15 minutes.

The 4th of July is called Independence Day in America. Yaxlich has learnt that this is the date in history when England donated some land to some Irish people because they couldn't grow potatoes.

Yaxlich is glad his computer isn't broken any more. He has been able to look around the internet and find lots of interesting websites. Yaxlich read on Yahoo! yesterday about a new website in America which encourages people to help each other for free. Yaxlich likes this idea because he doesn't think people do enough for each other any more. Not like in the old days where you could leave your back door open and not worry about someone from Turkey eating your cat. Yaxlich hopes this website is available in England soon because he has a garage full of "England World Cup Winners 2006" t-shirts to take to Oxfam.

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