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  # 473660 24-May-2011 21:01
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My brothers wife is Rachel Hunter's half sister (They have the same Father)




Any comments made are my personal views and does not represent those of my employer


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  # 475532 29-May-2011 19:11
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Apparently my family is distantly related to Genghis Khan.

If that were true, it would explain a few things.




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  # 475545 29-May-2011 19:36
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^^ not sure if trolling?!

Cousins (2nd cousin I believe) with this guy. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aaron_Slight Whole family is motorcycle mad.

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  # 475626 30-May-2011 04:40
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Nope, not trolling Jayjay :)
I'm furreal when I say it.




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  # 475634 30-May-2011 07:33
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I'm a direct descendant of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D._G._Monrad who was a pioneer of the making of a constitutional Denmark as well as an early settler in NZ. He donated a lot of  RembrandtRubensDürer and van Dyck paintings/etchings to the museum of NZ. There is also a school in Palmerston North called Monrad Intermediate named after him. 




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  # 475693 30-May-2011 10:50
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Can't say anyone in my family is famous. I was vocalist/guitarist in (arguably) NZ's biggest metal band right now but that's about it. And I quit them before they got gigs with Metallica and Iron Maiden! D'oh!

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