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i saw an article recently in the official Bentley magazine when i was waiting for my interview at an optical lab. it had an in depth interview with Nick Mason talking about bentleys, cars, racing and nothing to do with PF at all. it was a really interesting read. i tried to nick the mag but i wanted the job so i left it. never got the job though!

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05-24-2004 05:13 AM
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wow! which optician was this?
05-24-2004 05:15 AM
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wowser Wrote:wow! which optician was this?
at the crown eyeglass factory, in the sunglasses dept. formulating lens and spf and other stuff. i never got the job so i enrolled back on my music course. next year i'm studying to be either a composition or contemporary music teacher.

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05-24-2004 05:21 AM
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i would love to be doing that. Is this in Manchester?
05-24-2004 05:28 AM
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wowser Wrote:i would love to be doing that. Is this in Manchester?
yeah, it's a MFP course. the cool thing is that i don't really have to go for the interview because the main tutor who's running the show, knows me and my musical background. i'll go for a lil' chat and that's it, i'm on the course.

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05-24-2004 05:31 AM
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If I remember rightly, he was on Top gear last year, (when they were doing a weekly feature and vote on the greatest car of all time), championing the Fiat 500. He was very profound too and I came to like the car on what he said rather than who he was. This was of course confirmed when I saw the cases for the Ford Mustang and Citroen DS and loved them too.



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05-26-2004 05:43 AM
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Mason has a lovely soft voice and he is very precise when he talks. A joy.
11-11-2004 12:32 PM
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