What happened to the last three days of my life? Fuelled by copious cups of coffee and handfuls of ProPlus, I was tempted in by Ancestry.ca's recent offer of three days free access to their Canadian records.
It mattered not that I have few, if any, family emigres to Canada. The supply of free, detailed census data should be made a criminal offence - don't the authorities realise how easy it is to get addicted to this stuff?
Has anyone yet successfully cited Ancestry.com in a divorce proceedings? I fear my wife may be the first to do so.