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Crib

Crib

Not the actual crib, you can't be too sure where the IRS look now on the web.

So a crib like Janky's.

Except mine is a third floor tenement in this project.

A long way to walk the ‘bulls down to a fight.

Homes

Homes

Not sho' who they all actually are, but we were on the same drug bust back in '98.

We all got a five stretch, but I went for solitary so no one disturbed me whilst I studied for my law degree.

Roots

Roots

"Dorset - a beautiful county, that welcomes hill walkers and sheep worriers alike. Thomas Hardy set all of his novels here, amongst the green fields and sturdy folk as would have Jane Austen if she had had a car. Dorset has a coastline to match Brittany as well as the friendliness to match Paris. "Truly majestic a place" as Judge Jefferies stated after he had hung over 1000 people during the Monmouth Rebellion."
©Dorset Tourist Board


Man... I had to grow up here. No wonder I left when I could walk and settled in the SWs.
Turf

Turf

"Choose real ale, choose friendly intelligent people, choose an eclectic bar crew, choose the last real pub in Battersea, choose the nights with your homies, choose the football, choose the rugby, choose cock-fighting out the back, choose live music, choose your best friend at one minute to eleven, choose The Eagle Ale House."

Janky's office.
 
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