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GUEST,Musket BS: You are a student of what things? (75* d) RE: BS: You are a student of what things? 13 Mar 16


I was going to write beer and pickled eggs. I notice GUEST said that last year. Must have been me then, as I happen to know neither of my doppelgängers like pickled eggs.

On a fairly honest assessment? (Damn! Missed an
Opportunity to write "an honest")

Music (in a rather wide sense, but especially one voice and guitar, T Rex and Bach. Mrs Musket tried to engage me in opera but with little success to date.

Playing guitar and most string based instruments. Prior to an accident that stiffened my wrist, I played violin (second generally) in a number of youth orchestras. These days, GAS means I have far too many guitars. (And still adding.)

I was involved in research of mechanical vibration for many years, a director of a manufacturing company and wrote a PhD thesis on the subject.

I have spent the last fifteen years interfering in healthcare governance though, and being married to a surgeon, doubt that'll change any time soon. Having a break right now, (tried retiring, got bored) but still involved with a medical school in system improvement.

Sheffield Wednesday. (Regular pilgrimage since I was six years old.)

Skiing. (We are fortunate enough to be able to have two ski trips a year. France back in January and Canada in a few weeks time.

Pottering in the garden, growing our own veg and as my time is more free than Mrs Musket's I have really got into cooking over the last few years.



There. A normal post with no knob gags, no taking the piss. Booorrriiinnggg.


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