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Chief Operations Officer.
In the end, not that much matters.
Elgar – The Enigma Variations, The Beatles and Hazel O’Conner’s “Will You”.
Play the saxophone.
Buy my wife a Jaguar car.
Buying a rowing machine.
Meeting my wife for the first time.
Probably an older Ken Seddon.
The slow, inevitable acceptance of racial integration.
Become a Barrister.
Health, somewhere to live with the ones you love, and just enough money to afford a drink.
That GOD might put in an appearance, and make me look a proper fool.
I don’t get inspired as such by individuals, but I do have a number of people I have admired along the way. Gandhi would be one, Nelson Mandela another.
Through my teens and twenties, I was obsessed with everything about the period leading up to and including the First World War, – to the extent that my wife arranged our wedding to take place at 11 am on the 11th November.
Anything I don’t have to cook for myself.
Ken Dodd at the Manchester Palladium. He went over by an hour and when everyone left the theatre the car park had been locked.
Tour the USA.
95% of the things you worry about never eventuate and of the things that do, nothing much matters at the end of the day.
Hope you are doing OK.
From one failed but aspiring criminal barrister to another.
Be a Bar Rester this weekend mate, cheers!
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