Sean Kelly was, perhaps, the least well-known member of the YS team. We say this because we, erm, don't actually know anything about him. Nothing at all. We don't even have a proper picture of him. In fact, we probably can't write a page on him. But I'll try anyway. Blah blah blah blah blah blah, blah blah blah. Blah blah blah blah blah blah blah, blah blah blah, blah blah.

Sean is probably best-known for reviewing misconceived dinosaur beat-'em-up Aaarghh! with the phrase, "When the programmer dies, he'll go to heaven, and God'll say, "Hang on - you're the bloke who wrote Aaarghh!, aren't you?" and cast him into hell forever." After leaving YS he changed his name to Ned Kelly and was played by Mick Jagger in a film. It was rubbish.

NEWS JUST IN! An old copy of Zero magazine from 1990 reveals that Sean was in fact one of their reviewers, joining the critics' corner on a freelance basis. The question about the reviewers this month: Have you ever been to Finland?
' "What's Finland?" replied Sean. It's a country, we explained: a Scandinavian country next to Sweden. "Oh," he mused. "How would I get there then?" We explained that the North Sea Crossing was a bit more sensible than going south via the Cape of Good Hope. "Why's it called the Cape of Good Hope?" he asked. Pobably something to do with old-fashioned sailors, we suggested, and asked again if he'd ever been to Finland. "No," he said, "but I quite like the sound of the Cape of Good Hope." '

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