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10 questions: Paul Duhaney, projects co-ordinator for Liverpool's Africa Oye Festival in Sefton Park on June 18 and 19.

Philosophy of life: Be good to people and they will be good to you.

Biggest regret: Not playing for Spurs at White Hart Lane

Best advice ever given: Don't vote, it only encourages them

Idea of happiness: Walking along Malibu beach with my family (then the alarm clock goes off

Most memorable moment: Becoming a father

Ideal weekend: Poker night with the lads on a Friday, taking my son Rio to Football on Saturday morning, picnic in Sefton Park on Saturday afternoon, BBQ with friends and my family in the evening, get the papers in Lark Lane on a Sunday morning, go out with the family all day, find out on Sunday night that I won the lottery

Favourite film: Once upon a time in America (Robert De Niro, James Woods) - classic gangster movie, which was the model for such epics as Scarface and Goodfellas

Hero or heroine: Bob Marley legendary musician, good peaceful philosophy, inspirational figure

What happens next: Well, you can either get cremated or buried its entirely up to you. Seriously though, my views on life after death are neither one way or another, as nobody will ever be able to confirm anything

Where will I be in 10 years: In Liverpool, former Capital of Culture and now the most thriving city in the world (by then), and hopefully still with Oye bringing the best African music to the people of Liverpool for free

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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jun 11, 2005
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