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Jaunter (Paperback): G O'Callaghan Jaunter (Paperback)
G O'Callaghan
R362 Discovery Miles 3 620 Out of stock

by Geoff O'Callaghan
ISBN 9781846930195
Published: 2007
Pages: 174
Description
Jaunter
When Seven year old Brian Hedley's mother is gunned down in an office shooting, the youngster is also threatened. A moment later, he is on the desk behind the shooter, hitting him on the head with a computer keyboard. How did he get there? How did he move objects through space? The Government wants to know, so do members of a Terrorist Cell called "Group Zero." The Americans think he is a threat to National Security and want him 'neutralised'. It seems that everyone is against him.
About the Author
Geoff was born in Jersey, then under German occupation, during World War II. Soon after the war, his family moved to Brisbane, Australia. He was educated at All Souls' School, Charters Towers - a rather traditional boarding school after the English style. What knowledge one didn't learn through the ears was well and truly belted in through the rear end, complete with blood blisters. His first contact with the cane was for not running around a sports oval fast enough. He now prides himself on a complete disinterest on sports and knows nothing about cricket. This led to his creative and artistic sides developing. He had a way with words, and was a skilled debater.
After secondary school, he took to teaching, graduated, and then obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Aboriginal Education. For the next thirty years, he lived with remote aborigines in the Great Western Desert, firstly as a primary school teacher, and later as a School Principal and Administrator. During this time, he took up writing, mostly short stories and film scripts. It was a good way to while away lonely hours in the desert evenings.
The development of miniature computers took his interest, and He wrote to the Department suggesting they take a serious look at the use of Computers in Education. Because of the proximity of a U.S. Sigint facility at Alice Springs, many of the students, especially the American kids, were interested in computing. At first they used Tandy Level Ones and Apples. While very primitive compared to today's machines, Many of the I.T. Community cut their teeth on computing under Geoff's tutelage. They even built a 'Dream 8080' and got it working.

Colonists (Paperback): G O'Callaghan Colonists (Paperback)
G O'Callaghan
R364 Discovery Miles 3 640 Out of stock

Colonist families, en-route to Mars, lose their adults to pollution in the feed lines, leaving their children: Stephen, Karla, Patricia, Anthony, Simon, Harry, Henrietta, Gary, and Pierre as orphans. This places an unwanted load on the existing workforce of Olympus base which is now short of workers, and must also care for nine grieving children. Command Neil Gordschsky decides to put the youngsters into his workforce where they will learn to look after themselves, to work, and to study. The plan goes well as the Mayflower orphans learn to dig tunnels, drive trucks, collect cargo, clean vehicles, operate atmospheric plants, generators, and survey equipment. They even take part in creating new secondary bases Pavonis Gusev and Pavonis. Time passes, and they grow to love Mars, and it's challenging environment. Karla becomes very attached to George who is Neil's assistant.

Thinking Outside the Box - How Educational Leaders Can Safely Navigate the Rough Waters of Change (Paperback, New): William G.... Thinking Outside the Box - How Educational Leaders Can Safely Navigate the Rough Waters of Change (Paperback, New)
William G. O'Callaghan
R688 Discovery Miles 6 880 Out of stock

Today, there exists a newly discovered world of thought and possibility that is not yet on the radar screen of most people in our society. In this new world, life is more complex, yet at the same time simpler than what we have been led to believe. Many of our most important challenges cannot be successfully met in the same way as they were in the past. However, like preparing for a season of marching and playing music, entering this new world of possibility can be very challenging. It requires extra effort both intellectually and emotionally including rejecting old ideas and learning new ones. It requires "thinking out of the box." In the context of this book, thinking outside the box transcends just being creative and coming up with a new angle or technique. It involves a quantum shift in thinking to a different dimension in which we see things in a new light where unforeseen possibilities appear. Sometimes these unforeseen possibilities take the form of unwanted unintended consequences. For example, while eliminating educational programs at first glance may appear to be a good way to balance a school district's budget, doing it may also mask the need for more money, lower the quality of education, and trigger a long-term process of dismantling educational programs. While thinking outside the box is not always easy, it will strengthen your ability as an educational leader to identify emerging opportunities as well as problems that are hidden from view. Like a mosaic, the chapters in this book are interconnected and work together to form a reservoir of thought that will enable the reader to sharpen the lens through which he/she views the world. This book is ideal for school administrators who want to optimize their potential as educational leaders to identify opportunities not only to navigate the rough waters of change, but to utilize the energy of these waters to move their schools and school districts forward.

JUNIT (Paperback): G O'Callaghan JUNIT (Paperback)
G O'Callaghan
R362 Discovery Miles 3 620 Out of stock

by Geoff O'Callaghan ISBN 9781846930232
Published: 2007
Pages: 174
Description
Junit
1972 - The Vietnam War is underway. A small group of boys is attached to the Defence Department as special agents. They are faster, smarter, and tougher than other boys, because they were prototypes in an Illegal experiment to create super-soldiers using hypnosis. The experiment goes sour when a Senator is assassinated, and one of the boys begins to recover his memories. Now regularized as an official unit, the army keeps the boys in case they are ever needed for special operations. When Darien, the son of a global Oil King is sent to a boarding school in the remoteness of Washington State, Peter and Travis, two members of JUNIT, are assigned as his bodyguards. It's a good thing they are on duty, because Darien is kidnapped by Spetznaz commandos.
About the Author
Geoff was born in Jersey, then under German occupation, during World War II. Soon after the war, his family moved to Brisbane, Australia. He was educated at All Souls' School, Charters Towers - a rather traditional boarding school after the English style. What knowledge one didn't learn through the ears was well and truly belted in through the rear end, complete with blood blisters. His first contact with the cane was for not running around a sports oval fast enough. He now prides himself on a complete disinterest on sports and knows nothing about cricket. This led to his creative and artistic sides developing. He had a way with words, and was a skilled debater.
After secondary school, he took to teaching, graduated, and then obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Aboriginal Education. For the next thirty years, he lived with remote aborigines in the Great Western Desert, firstly as a primary school teacher, and later as a School Principal and Administrator. During this time, he took up writing, mostly short stories and film scripts. It was a good way to while away lonely hours in the desert evenings.
The development of miniature computers took his interest, and He wrote to the Department suggesting they take a serious look at the use of Computers in Education. Because of the proximity of a U.S. Sigint facility at Alice Springs, many of the students, especially the American kids, were interested in computing. At first they used Tandy Level Ones and Apples. While very primitive compared to today's machines, Many of the I.T. Community cut their teeth on computing under Geoff's tutelage. They even built a 'Dream 8080' and got it working.
Child welfare was another interest. Juveniles who committed offences were kept in adult prisons. Some of the kids were as young as nine years of age. Geoff fought hard to get decent juvenile facilities built for them, and also did lot of research into mental illnesses in Children. While taking a rest from the Desert, Geoff worked with the Education Department as a District Guidance Officer. He was responsible for getting educational services to handicapped children across the outback. While on Long Service leave in Cairns, his family home, he met up with his old geography teacher, Kevin Burry, who was bringing Trinity Anglican School to fruition. Kevin became ill with brain tumors, and the Bishop of North Queensland appointed Geoff as the voluntary acting principal to bring the school on line, so Geoff spent his vacation from teaching as principal of one of Queenslands largest schools.

Planet Miners (Paperback): G O'Callaghan Planet Miners (Paperback)
G O'Callaghan
R362 Discovery Miles 3 620 Out of stock

by Geoff O'Callaghan ISBN 9781846930300
Published: 2007
Pages: 183
Description
PLANET MINERS
Minasterco is a gigantic asteroid mining corporation operating outside the law. It uses street kids from impoverished areas to work as asteroid miners. They use less oxygen, food, and water - as well as being unpaid. Solar Patrol is aware of the child slavery racket, and sends Major Ivan Storm to deal with it. "Stormy," as he is known, was genetically modified for space before he was born in a clandestine laboratory. Commander Tom Hutch rescued him from the clutches of authority and reared him as his own son. Stormy is about the size of a twelve year old - an ideal person to work undercover as a boy slave at the asteroid mine. At the remote asteroid mining station, Ivan Storm must get the boys on side and deal with his nemesis, Mogul, the mad scientist who created him. Mogul tries to destroy Earth by pushing a gigantic asteroid into the planet's path. With the help of the young planet minors, Ivan saves the day.
About the Author
Geoff was born in Jersey, then under German occupation, during World War II. Soon after the war, his family moved to Brisbane, Australia. He was educated at All Souls' School, Charters Towers - a rather traditional boarding school after the English style. What knowledge one didn't learn through the ears was well and truly belted in through the rear end, complete with blood blisters. His first contact with the cane was for not running around a sports oval fast enough. He now prides himself on a complete disinterest on sports and knows nothing about cricket. This led to his creative and artistic sides developing. He had a way with words, and was a skilled debater.
After secondary school, he took to teaching, graduated, and then obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Aboriginal Education. For the next thirty years, he lived with remote aborigines in the Great Western Desert, firstly as a primary school teacher, and later as a School Principal and Administrator. During this time, he took up writing, mostly short stories and film scripts. It was a good way to while away lonely hours in the desert evenings.
The development of miniature computers took his interest, and He wrote to the Department suggesting they take a serious look at the use of Computers in Education. Because of the proximity of a U.S. Sigint facility at Alice Springs, many of the students, especially the American kids, were interested in computing. At first they used Tandy Level Ones and Apples. While very primitive compared to today's machines, Many of the I.T. Community cut their teeth on computing under Geoff's tutelage. They even built a 'Dream 8080' and got it working.

Yanada (Paperback): G O'Callaghan Yanada (Paperback)
G O'Callaghan
R379 Discovery Miles 3 790 Out of stock

by Geoff O'Callaghan ISBN 9781846930263
Published: Jan 2007
Pages: 383
Description
Yanada
A story in three parts.
1. The Tree
2. The war with Yanada
3. Scion
The Tree

Daniel Rex Masson (Drex) travels with his parents, Julie and Philip, to survey a remote planet with a view to having it terraformed as a tourist resort. The planet is supposed to be devoid of life, but it has a colony of slime-mold trees that have a strange relationship with a group of boys who shouldn't exist. They call the tree "Yanada." The planet had a violent history, and the trees seem to be a genetically altered organism capable of creating and destroying life. When Drex is killed by a tree, the expedition leaves and sterilizes the planet with nuclear radiation. Meanwhile, Drex is taken back in time to learn the origins of Yanada which seems to be an intelligent organism that owns the planet.
The War with Yanada

Julie and Philip return to Yanada which has been opened as a resort owned by Gannon Corporation. One of the scientists is killed, and Julie, now divorced from Philip, finds herself caring for a strange boy without a past, named Robbie. Julie discovers that Yanada is alive and well in the form of Robbie and Drex who claim the planet as their own. Gannon Corporation begins a war with Yanada and uses a nannite developed by Thylons, a dinosaur race, to destroy Yanada. Drex travels to Thyla and destroys the planet with an anti-matter device. The war is over, but some traces of the nannites survive, along with several vengeful Thylons.
Scion
Drex, now Lord Masson, is senior peer of the Empire, and the emperor's leading warrior. Because of his Yanadan super-powers, he is respected, but feared. When the Emperor, Dagon IVth is assassinated, his queen keeps his death secret. She orders Drex to travel to the prison planet to rescue her son, Denny, who was imprisoned on the planet as an infant, in order to prevent court intrigues and further civil wars. Drex discovers that the Thylons under their leader, Bairiki, have already rescued Denny and are holding him on the planet Quaggos. They know he is important, but don't know who he really is. Denny doesn't know his real position, either. He escapes the clutches of the Thylons and a pursuit ensues, with Denny as everyone's target. He discovers that he is the Galactic Emperor when Robots begin to obey him with the words: "At your command, stars move." Finally, he meets up with a Yanadan warrior boy, Yaltso, who helps him to find Drex. Gannon Corporation unleashes a war against Yanada using the nannites created by the Thylons. Drex discovers a cure for the nannites and finally defeats Gannon. Denny prevents a war between Earth and the Thylons by acknowledging them as overlords and protectors. The Galaxy returns to a state of peace, and Yanada survives as a planet open to all species. .

The Sorcerer's Apprentice (Paperback): G O'Callaghan The Sorcerer's Apprentice (Paperback)
G O'Callaghan
R367 Discovery Miles 3 670 Out of stock

by Geoff O'Callaghan ISBN 978 1 846930249
Published: 2007
Pages: 240
Description
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
This is an anthology of seven of my short stories which tell the story of Mark Anderson, who becomes a sorcerer's apprentice. They form a continuous story. Mark is a runaway thirteen year old, fleeing his step father's demonic abuse. He is taken in by a gipsy shopkeeper, Dr. Kieran Guyot. who was an industrial chemist before he retired. Kieran is not your story-book gypsy. He lives in town, is a master of 'The Craft' and fights evil in all its forms. Mark's evil stepfather wants the boys soul to feed on for eternity, but Mark has other ideas. In the second story, mark and Kieran fight a terrible vampire who has picked their town as a hunting ground. A parapsychologist, who hates Magic, abducts mark to force him to develop his psychic abilities. Mark inherits a fortune when his billionaire uncle dies. He is dragged into African politics, when a dictator tries to extort millions of dollars from his company. Mark meets Philip, a mute boy, who is orphaned in a car crash. With his new found friend, Mark fights a demonic cult that enjoys human sacrifice. Finally, Mark and Philip become involved in the politics of magic, when one of the Council of Nine, who govern the Magical Craft, tries to eliminate Mark as a potential rival for membership.
The stories were written long before Harry Potter appeared on the scene. A favourite of boys, who discover that Magic is not just for girls.
About the Author

Geoff was born in Jersey, then under German occupation, during World War II. Soon after the war, his family moved to Brisbane, Australia. He was educated at All Souls' School, Charters Towers - a rather traditional boarding school after the English style. What knowledge one didn't learn through the ears was well and truly belted in through the rear end, complete with blood blisters. His first contact with the cane was for not running around a sports oval fast enough. He now prides himself on a complete disinterest on sports and knows nothing about cricket. This led to his creative and artistic sides developing. He had a way with words, and was a skilled debater.
After secondary school, he took to teaching, graduated, and then obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Aboriginal Education. For the next thirty years, he lived with remote aborigines in the Great Western Desert, firstly as a primary school teacher, and later as a School Principal and Administrator. During this time, he took up writing, mostly short stories and film scripts. It was a good way to while away lonely hours in the desert evenings.
The development of miniature computers took his interest, and He wrote to the Department suggesting they take a serious look at the use of Computers in Education. Because of the proximity of a U.S. Sigint facility at Alice Springs, many of the students, especially the American kids, were interested in computing. At first they used Tandy Level Ones and Apples. While very primitive compared to today's machines, Many of the I.T. Community cut their teeth on computing under Geoff's tutelage. They even built a 'Dream 8080' and got it working.

Taliesin (Paperback): G O'Callaghan Taliesin (Paperback)
G O'Callaghan
R361 Discovery Miles 3 610 Out of stock

Taliesin
Long before Tony and Zac joined Galpol, Camp Bellidon was an idea floating around the lofty offices of the Galpol Supreme Council. Neutronite didn't exist in large quantities, and there were no hyper-doors. Galpol was happy to go about the business of policing the Galaxy as it had done for thousands of years, but as their influence expanded, so did their need for officers and man-power. It became necessary to recruit students. Gradually, these became younger as training demands became more rigorous. Of course, cadets were secondary school students - not to be used in operational work. Well, that was the idea, but it was strange how police cases began to intrude into their studies. They began to practise real police work. Sometimes the kids could do things the senior officers couldn't - such as go undercover to deal with youth problems. For instance, there was this kid who knew how to make neutronite - a strange stuff that generated dark energy. Everything would have been fine if the Ganglions hadn't captured him and his father. Even Galpol knew that combining Ganglions and Neutronite was not a good recipe for peace in the cosmos. Things became even more convoluted when the Ganglions fell out with each other, and a radical faction siezed control of their kingdom. Suddenly, Galpol had to rescue Ganglia's royal family. Could they ever become allies?
About the Author
Geoff was born in Jersey, then under German occupation, during World War II. Soon after the war, his family moved to Brisbane, Australia. He was educated at All Souls' School, Charters Towers - a rather traditional boarding school after the English style. What knowledge one didn't learn through the ears was well and truly belted in through the rear end, complete with blood blisters. His first contact with the cane was for not running around a sports oval fast enough. He now prides himself on a complete disinterest on sports and knows nothing about cricket. This led to his creative and artistic sides developing. He had a way with words, and was a skilled debater.

Ravenlock (Paperback): G O'Callaghan Ravenlock (Paperback)
G O'Callaghan
R303 Discovery Miles 3 030 Out of stock

by Geoff O'Callaghan ISBN 9781846930416
Published: 2007
Pages: 183
Description
Ravenlock
Twelve year old Derek is given a special birthday present by his father - a trip in the Time machine "The Templon." All goes well until they are hit by an asteroid. It collides with Earth and destroys the dinosaurs, but sends them crashing into the world of pre - Arthurian Britain. Derek is captured by Vikings and sold as a slave to work in the dreaded "Black Mill." His father uses his knowledge to become the Duke of Ravenvale, Lord of the Raven River Valley. From his castle "Ravenlock" he manages to rescue Derek. They realise that, if they are to return to their own time, they must repair the Templon. All they need is a pair of Quantum Couplers, not easily obtained in ancient Britain. They need to train some scientists and engineers, build a science laboratory, hold off the raiding Vikings, equip a modern army, make electricity, stop thieves taking modern arms, and try not to change history.
About the Author


Geoff was born in Jersey, then under German occupation, during World War II. Soon after the war, his family moved to Brisbane, Australia. He was educated at All Souls' School, Charters Towers - a rather traditional boarding school after the English style. What knowledge one didn't learn through the ears was well and truly belted in through the rear end, complete with blood blisters. His first contact with the cane was for not running around a sports oval fast enough. He now prides himself on a complete disinterest on sports and knows nothing about cricket. This led to his creative and artistic sides developing. He had a way with words, and was a skilled debater.
After secondary school, he took to teaching, graduated, and then obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Aboriginal Education. For the next thirty years, he lived with remote aborigines in the Great Western Desert, firstly as a primary school teacher, and later as a School Principal and Administrator. During this time, he took up writing, mostly short stories and film scripts. It was a good way to while away lonely hours in the desert evenings.

The Slave Prince (Paperback): G O'Callaghan The Slave Prince (Paperback)
G O'Callaghan
R361 Discovery Miles 3 610 Out of stock

by Geoff O'Callaghan ISBN 9781846930317
Published: 2007
Pages: 169
Description
The slave prince
Prince Richard of Boulaine accompanies his father to battle to watch how he wins against his enemies, but everything goes wrong when the King is killed. The eight year old prince is captured by and sold into slavery. Four years later, Sir Dermont recognises the boy being auctioned at the slave market. The lad is crippled, and has ben fighting, so is a poor offering and is passed in. Dermont buys him cheaply, then frees him and takes him as his squire. Richard becomes an expert in the manufacture of the new fire-arms which have just been invented. More important is his skill in making black powder, which seems to be wanted by everybody. Richard must avoid the machinations of the warlords who are very anxious to acquire his skills and knowledge. As his army beseiges the evil duchess of Petronia in her castle on an impregnable mountain top, he knows his friends are being held inside as hostages. Then there are the tasks of regaining his crown and marying the princess.
About the Author
Geoff was born in Jersey, then under German occupation, during World War II. Soon after the war, his family moved to Brisbane, Australia. He was educated at All Souls' School, Charters Towers - a rather traditional boarding school after the English style. What knowledge one didn't learn through the ears was well and truly belted in through the rear end, complete with blood blisters. His first contact with the cane was for not running around a sports oval fast enough. He now prides himself on a complete disinterest on sports and knows nothing about cricket. This led to his creative and artistic sides developing. He had a way with words, and was a skilled debater.
After secondary school, he took to teaching, graduated, and then obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Aboriginal Education. For the next thirty years, he lived with remote aborigines in the Great Western Desert, firstly as a primary school teacher, and later as a School Principal and Administrator. During this time, he took up writing, mostly short stories and film scripts. It was a good way to while away lonely hours in the desert evenings.
The development of miniature computers took his interest, and He wrote to the Department suggesting they take a serious look at the use of Computers in Education. Because of the proximity of a U.S. Sigint facility at Alice Springs, many of the students, especially the American kids, were interested in computing. At first they used Tandy Level Ones and Apples. While very primitive compared to today's machines, Many of the I.T. Community cut their teeth on computing under Geoff's tutelage. They even built a 'Dream 8080' and got it working.

The Cruel Sky (Paperback): G O'Callaghan The Cruel Sky (Paperback)
G O'Callaghan
R375 Discovery Miles 3 750 Out of stock

by Geoff O'Callaghan ISBN 9781846930348
Published: 2007
Pages: 400
Description
The Cruel Sky
The Earth has collapsed economically and Socially. Global Warming is rampant. After the period of Chaos, survivors re-grouped, many living in high buildings above the sea waters that flooded the land. It was a time of plagues, such as the deadly exo-virus. Warlords govern the world, and the breakdown of civil society is rampant. There was a small oasis of civilisation in the North of the state - a place that was once used as a rocket range. They called it "Omega" base. It is a haven for refugees, and thousands of orphans, being cared for by the U.N. in a huge military orphanage. Scientists and engineers are desperately trying to re-build an ancient space shuttle so that it can deliver a nuclear strike on an asteroid threatening to end all life on Earth. There is a rumour, an old story, that a thousand years ago, the government built a sort of repository in a deep mine - to store the history of Earth in a complex called "The Museum of the 20th Century." When chaos strikes Omega Base, and it descends into anarchy and civil war, Danny and Mike, two orphans, find themselves exiled to live with the Outsiders in the deep arid desert. They are abandoned on a huge salt lake, and trek northwards in the vain hope that somehow they will be rescued by someone. They collapse of heat exhaustion and see blurry images of strange alien beings. Are they being examined by aliens in sky blue caps?
About the Author
Geoff was born in Jersey, then under German occupation, during World War II. Soon after the war, his family moved to Brisbane, Australia. He was educated at All Souls' School, Charters Towers - a rather traditional boarding school after the English style. What knowledge one didn't learn through the ears was well and truly belted in through the rear end, complete with blood blisters. His first contact with the cane was for not running around a sports oval fast enough. He now prides himself on a complete disinterest on sports and knows nothing about cricket. This led to his creative and artistic sides developing. He had a way with words, and was a skilled debater.


Returning to the Northern Territory, Geoff was asked to write 13 episodes of "The Jabiru Trail" for the North Australian Film Corporation, and created the initial stories for "Police Rescue." He also wrote "Extinct, but Going Home" for Humpty Doo Productions. Retiring from Government service, he founded "Young Actors World" to teach kids to act for commercials and feature films. He also took up advertising and ran "Top End Fliers" - one of the largest advertising distributors in the Northern Territory.

The Castaway Scouts (Paperback): G O'Callaghan The Castaway Scouts (Paperback)
G O'Callaghan
R364 Discovery Miles 3 640 Out of stock

by Geoff O'Callaghan ISBN 9781846930362
Published: 2007
Pages: 203
Description
Castaway
"Kestrel patrol" is happily camped out on an island resort with all the comforts when a category five cyclone bears down on them. The boys are evacuated to the mainland by air, but things go horribly wrong, and their aircraft crashes on an unmarked island. As castaways, they must use all their scouting skills to survive. Young Remy has an arm crushed in an accident, so badly is he injured that he requires an amputation. They discover a tunnel built by an army team that set up a tropical research station just after World War II. It's a treasure trove of survival goods, but why was the medical experimental base suddenly abandoned? Why are so many of the military medical team buried in the cemetery? Above all, why is such a beautiful island abandoned at all? Where are the real-estate dealers? Why isn't it on the map? There are only two other uninhabited islands in the Pacific, so why is this one ignored? The dreadful truth is found in an old diary. The scouts are in deadly peril. The boys face more danger when a group of illegal immigrant boys are dumped onto the island. Even if they do attract the attention of rescuers, will anyone come to find them, or will they be ignored?The story not only focusses on the problems of survival, it deals with the problems the boys have to act as a unified group, with all the natural tensions of young teens. Does Scouting have the answers? Could they have survived if they weren't scouts?
About the Author
Geoff was born in Jersey, then under German occupation, during World War II. Soon after the war, his family moved to Brisbane, Australia. He was educated at All Souls' School, Charters Towers - a rather traditional boarding school after the English style. What knowledge one didn't learn through the ears was well and truly belted in through the rear end, complete with blood blisters. His first contact with the cane was for not running around a sports oval fast enough. He now prides himself on a complete disinterest on sports and knows nothing about cricket. This led to his creative and artistic sides developing. He had a way with words, and was a skilled debater.

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