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G’day! I’m Steve, but you can call me Steve.
This blog sets out to answer the one question that has baffled scientists since the dawn of time;
“What IS a Browne Town?”
I am Stephen Browne, creator of The Browne Town and former McDonald’s employee of the week.
I have 12 dreams, 7 holes and 0 idea what I’m doing with my life. If you’re here, chances are you’re wasting your life as well. Let’s go on pretending that you aren’t though, for the time being.
I solemly swear that I’m (up to) no good… at Photoshop
This is simply a platform for me to share knowledge (or lack thereof).
That could come in the form of a travel guide to a destination I have been to, a comparison of competing products, a review of something I have purchased, or something that I myself have struggled to find information on and feel it is worth sharing.
I hope the posts will be mildly entertaining, ideally falling somewhere between watching a Jackie Chan movie, and going to a game of Baseball.
Unlike most people, I enjoy humour. I also enjoy fixing things, or at least taking the credit for having done so. I like learning new things, sometimes even enjoying doing hours of research. These hours of research may prove useful to others.
I’ll make no attempt to tell you how to live your life, despite the fact that I think I’m inspiring AF (As Frasier).
Originally I wanted to create a travel blog about my adventures swimming through Mt. Everest, or climbing the Amazon Jungle. I see myself as somewhat of a great explorer or pioneer, like Christopher Colombus and Cap’n Crunch before me.
Now though, the ambition is just to share information in general.
If you’re unsure what it is you came here for perhaps give this a read and see what’s on offer.
If frequent meant “might be asked one day”, then this page would be a little more truthful.
If I look somewhat untrustworthy to you, you’re probably not far from the truth. I’d steal your fancy cutlery in a heartbeat.
Even if you just want to wish me a belated happy birthday or tell me that you found your car keys.
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