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I’m leaving, on a jet plane…

Submitted by on Monday, 31 August 200913 Comments

BrodiesanWe have a fantastic team here at PS3 Attitude. Every single member gives up their time free of charge to help deliver the news to you and thousands of other PS3 owners so that we, in turn, can generate loads of charity money for GamesAid. In fact, over the last two years we’ve been visited by over 1 million individual PlayStation 3 gamers.

One of our awesome team members is taking a three month sabbatical to travel the world, and we wanted to make special mention here so that our regular readers can leave him a ‘bon voyage’ message or two.

And unlike the song lyric above, we do know when he’ll be back again…

Brodie-San, also known by his more regular moniker of Lee Cash, is the Assistant Editor and a Staff Writer here at PS3 Attitude. Along with the rest of our crew, Lee’s tireless efforts to provide the very best content never go un-noticed. In addition, he is our resident Grammar Nazi, and keeps us all on our toes when it comes to spelling mistakes and the correct use of ‘its’ versus ‘it’s’!

Lee is jumping on a plane tomorrow for a three-month trip around the world, taking in the sights, sounds and smells of Canada, Hawaii, New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.

Although Lee does expect to still be able to publish a story now and then, most likely continuing his popular ‘It Came From Japan‘ segment, we’ll be without his daily injection of news and view for the next quarter.

We all wish Lee safe travels and hope that he doesn’t get into any trouble in Thailand – the PS3 Attitude Legal Fund is empty after that incident in Cuba and we can’t afford to bail him out.

Give Lee your best wishes in the comments, and don’t forget to follow him on Twitter and via his newly formed website,, to keep tabs on where he is and what he’s up to.