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The highly unusual feelDSCF7137-Edit.jpg.33c805f70f849ecf6f4600ing of being looked down upon by John Cooper. A man of small stature.

 

and here is Alastair, who looks remarkable foe 72, anDSCF7937.jpg.f2606a34cab235aab3ee8eb24b4d loves colourful shirts, doing his one eyed pointing gesture


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