Believe it or not, he left a message on my guest book in 1999.
I never really bother to save it. I figure the message's going to stay
on the guest book server for a while. But, since my free guest book is
limited to 250 entries, new entry will push the older entries backward and
eventually delete them. I am running the risk of losing this message
in the long haul. Though the Tony message is still around, but I think
I better do something with it before it got deleted.
The real neat thing about this is that he signed the guest book on my
birthday. (Uh-no, I am giving away my birthday here. :) I
am sure it's pure accidentally, but I was totally thrilled with it when I
checked out the guest book a day before my last birthday (HK is a day ahead
Being a man of few words, as expected, he didn't write much on the guest
book. Well, can't blame him. What do you expect him to say to a
total stranger who happens to have too much free time in hand to build a
homepage for him? Nice is fine (if he knows me, he won't say that; he
probably thanks god I don't live in HK to bug him), thanks is welcomed (a
little appreciation is always welcomed). Oh, yeah, so what message did
he leave? Look at it below:
Name: tony leung
Referred by: Just Surfed On In
From: hong kong
Time: 1999-05-25 06:23:39
Comments: u are so nice thanks
BTW, don't bother to click on the underlined name and hoping to get the
link to work. He never left his e-mail address.
What I am hoping is to get Tony to sign the guest book next time he drops
in. How do I trigger his impulse to write? No clue yet (maybe
this page might get him to write, hmm?), but I hope he will have something
better to say. Say, if he is going to sign, please make it a minimum
of 6 words.
A footnote: many of you have asked me if it's indeed Tony who left
the message. Maybe it's an hoax, or a joke someone is playing on
me. Let me assure you that he did. Not only I received a
Birthday well-wisher from him, on an online chat, he acknowledged he visited
the site and signed my guestbook. Read about the chat from here.
The story continues... Tony visited the site again in 2005. Read more