I became two cells old in the winter of 1977, about February, and was brought forth into this world, a few trillion cells old, on 11/11/1977. That’s a good date remember when having to feed information to telephonists employed by gas companies; it spills off the tongue. So I thank whatever deterministic path led to that, so thank you. So I was born in the now sadly dilapidated Buckland Hospital, Dover and to this day I still live in Dover and would say I am a proud Dovorian. I think I had a normal childhood but I spent a lot of the time drawing maps of the UK or inventing my own islands with train routes and motorways. Two things did change my childhood: Being introduced to my local football team Dover Athletic by my granddad, we beat Waterlooville 7-2, and getting a small Bontempi organ for my tenth birthday.

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  1. You forgot to mention your commodore 64, those days of waiting 10 minutes to load manic minor, then enter tape2 only to get error on load – that’s where you get your patience from (or not)

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