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September 30, 2009


When I went to Uni, my great grandma (by then in her late 80s) wrote me a letter, advising me that if I was ever not sure whether to do something, I should ask myself whether my Dad would want me to do it.

In the vast majority of cases, she was right.

Depressing they were right all along isn't it.

"When I was 14 my father was such a buffoon I could barely stand to be around him. By the time I was 21 he had learned so much."

Mark Twain

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