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What car do you drive? Alfa 147 TS Lusso What's your favourite restaurant? Pani's in Newcastle as the crack's good and so is the food Who or what makes you laugh? Life in general, funny as owt! What's your favourite book? The art of war - Sun Tzu Sun Tzu (sn dz), fl. c.500–320. B.C.  What was the last album you bought? Jason Miraz - We sing, We dance, We steal things What's your ideal job, other than the one you've got? Can't say undertaker as they would never take me serious, so it would have to be a comic If you had a talking parrot, what's the first thing you would teach it to say? Has to be Austin Powers 'Do I make you horny hornĀ·y
adj.
1. Made of horn or a similar substance.

2. Tough and calloused, as of skin.
 baby? Yeah!' What's your greatest fear? Of not knowing the bloody answer to a question in this quiz! Or not learning from your mistakes What's the best piece of business advice you have ever received? Don't give up, keep going and make a difference if you can! And the worst? You invest in me and I promise you you'll make a fortune (Actually both of the above could have been an ex-wife, only kidding) What's your poison? Tennessee Bourbon or a nice Merlot What newspapers do you read, other than The Journal? Evening Chronicle The Evening Chronicle is a daily, evening newspaper produced in Newcastle upon Tyne, covering Tyne and Wear, southern Northumberland and northern County Durham. It was founded in 1885 by Joseph Cowan.  & the Big Issue from the lad on the Millennium Bridge Several bridges are known as the Millennium Bridge:
  • in the United Kingdom:
  • Millennium Bridge in London
  • Lune Millennium Bridge, in Lancaster, England
 How much was your first pay packet and what was it for? pounds 25.40 as an apprentice toolmaker How do you keep fit? Train at the local gym six days a week before going into work What's your most irritating habit? My wicked humour, it often gets me into trouble in the middle of meetings! What's your biggest extravagance? Don't really have one, not a materialistic person at all Which historical or fictional character do you most identify with or admire? Has to be Genghis Khan for historical, and Austin Powers of course Which four famous people would you most like to dine with? Robin Williams as he is as mad as a hot box of frogs, Mike Myers AND Jim Carrey - Could you imagine a round of drinks with those guys! How would you like to be remembered? As someone who tried to do one unselfish act of kindness on a daily basis and make people smile in doing so. Once you've met me you aren't going to forget me in hurry, that's for sure!
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:May 11, 2009
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