My turn at answering the 'Twenty Questions' which are currently doing the rounds.
1. Favourite Wargaming period and why?
WW2. It's where I came in (with Airfix toys in the '70s) and I keep returning to it.
2. Next period, money no object?
1920s/30s 1/32 scale 'Little Wars' type game. With some dodgy fictional countries.
3. Favourite 5 films?
Some like it hot, Battle of Britain, Richard III (1995), Mon Oncle, Goldfinger
4. Favourite 5 TV series?
The Sweeney, Sopranos, The Wire, Yes Minister, Dad's Army
5. Favourite book and author? (let's make it a top 5)
To lose a battle by Alistair Horne; Air War Games by Don Featherstone; The Scottish Revolution by David Stevenson; any of the James Bond series by Ian Fleming; any Flashman by George MacDonald Fraser
6. Greatest General? I managed to narrow it down to three.
Themistocles, Montrose, Zhukov
7. Favourite Wargames rules? (apart from my own!)
Command & Colours
8. Favourite Sport and team?
Don't really follow anything.
9. If you had a only use once time machine, when and where would you go?
10. Last meal on Death Row?
I'm not convinced I'd be hungry.
11. Fantasy relationship and why?
I couldn't improve on reality.
12. If your life were a movie, who would play you?
A young Clint Eastwood (he copied my style anyway...)
13. Favourite Comic Superhero?
14. Favourite Military quote?
A tie for first place between two American generals:
"You can never do too much reconnaissance." - George S Patton
"I have no confidence in any scout." - Robert E Lee
15. Historical destination to visit?
16. Biggest Wargaming regret?
Not stocking up on Airfix kits when they were £0.24 each!
17. Favourite Fantasy job?
Tartiflette taster in a French restaurant.
18. Favourite Song Top 5?
Life with you - Proclaimers, Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash, Hey Cinderella - Suzy Bogguss, From Hank to Hendrix - Neil Young, And you and I - Yes.
19. Favourite Wargaming Moment?
When clever and talented people like my games.
20. The miserable Git question, what upsets you?