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Tony Spencer


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Copyright © 2013 Tony Spencer


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I never got on with my old man, ever. I blamed him totally for my parents' break up. It was all his fault. Ma wasn't perfect, of course she wasn’t, couldn't put up with his obsessive workaholicism and they argued about his commitment constantly. Ma left him briefly a couple of times, she later told me, before she found someone else who lived halfway round the world and walked out of our lives for the very last time. I hated my father for that. The feeling was mutual though, I always disappointed him, whatever I did wasn't anywhere near good enough. Perhaps I went out of my way to piss him off. I wasn't interested in running the successful garage business that he had built up to pass on to me, I wanted to be my own man, do my own thing.

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