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manxnorton
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Retired- Armed Forces.

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manxnorton

Fish Fanatic, Male, 52, from Newcastle Upon Tyne

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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jan 11, 1967 (Age: 52)
    Home Page:
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcb0o9klniDelH9HKDsALOA
    Location:
    Newcastle Upon Tyne
    Occupation:
    Retired- Armed Forces.
    Real Name:
    Brian
    My Aquariums & Fish:
    106 litre tank 3ft.
    JBL CristalProfi 702 filter.
    Suffered 2 stokes 2015.
    Now ready for the hobby I lost.
    Struggle with writing and expressing what I mean to say, hence:
    Aphasia (pronounced uh-fey-zhuh) is a condition caused by injury to the brain and affects a person’s ability to communicate. It is most often the result of stroke or traumatic brain injury. People with aphasia may have difficulty expressing themselves when speaking, difficulty understanding the speech of others, and difficulty reading and writing.
    All great, lucky to be alive and I am a happy go lucky bloke.
    Other interests are re-learning wood working and Video editing.
    Thank you.
    Brian

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    BRIAN.

    Aphasia (pronounced uh-fey-zhuh) is a condition caused by injury to the brain and affects a person’s ability to communicate. It is most often the result of stroke or traumatic brain injury. People with aphasia may have difficulty expressing themselves when speaking, difficulty understanding the speech of others, and difficulty reading and writing.