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Two mentions in Griffiths’ column is too exciting to bear

From Edward Goldsmith

It’s taken me 30 years but I now know the meaning of success. To be mentioned once in an article by Richard Griffiths (Mortgage Strategy October 10) would be exciting enough but to be mentioned twice is too much for a mortal to bear.

I will have to go out with a false beard on from now. Anyone got one I could borrow?

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