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Whilst growing up in '80s England, Graham's elementary school teachers said it was most likely that he was going to be either a crazy scientist or inventor. Unfortunately, his IQ is not high enough to have achieved those accolades, but he is keen on re-purposing all manner of items so that they do things that they weren't supposed to when they left the factory.
Notable projects still to be completed include:
Building a children's playhouse out of unwanted shipping pallets (it withstood a recent storm and has remained dry through the winter but is yet to be used as intended),
Turning a mobility scooter into a ride on car for his daughter,
Placing a computer and monitor into a 1950s console television cabinet and using it as a media server.
When not working on such projects Graham is likely to be thinking of new ones or watching some science fiction series or other.
What are some of your favorite movies of all time?
The Warriors, Star Trek [laserdisc unmolested edition], The Explorers, The Goonies, Toy Soldiers, Full Metal Jacket.
What are some of your favorite TV shows of all time?
The A Team, The Land of the Giants, Lost in Space, Star Trek: deep Space 9, The Sopranos, Sons of Anarchy, Game of Thrones, The X-Files, Thundercats both the 80s and 2011 reboot and most documentaries relating to disasters, murder, destruction/construction.
What are some of your favorite video games of all time?
The Grand Theft Auto series, Goldeneye (N64), Interstate series, Max Payne series.
What are some of your favorite books or comics of all time?
An English teacher by trade, Graham would like to consider himself reasonably well read. He isn't into comics but loves anime. When not reading essays he loves detective fiction from Sherlock Homes to The Hanging Shed and other crime novels written by Gordon Ferris. His guilty secret is that he has read (and enjoyed) the complete Miss Marple series by Agatha Christie.
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