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Inside/Out with John Kinnaird, metalworker, fisherman and activist
September 03, 2008
yourself in five words?
overweight, bad golfer, bad fisherman, driven
the best piece of advice you've ever received?
on board with the struggle
the most ridiculous thing you've ever done?
at a water hole in Rifa with 25 eleven year old kids and a Bull
Elephant walked right up to us
is your most treasured possession?
late dad's penknife
do you regard as the lowest depth of misery?
prisons (by all accounts); seeing AIDS infected children die from
neglect and lack of medical care and unable to do anything for the
have any strange hobbies?
activism, Spider Solitaire
do you dislike most about your appearance?
nose, bad teeth but cannot afford a dentist in Zimbabwe
is your greatest extravagance?
have you got in your fridge?
sorts of stuff at the moment (we have just been to Botswana shopping)
is your greatest fear?
elephants, abandoning my principles, Morgan making a deal with ZANU-PF
and losing the trust of the people aka Arthur Mutambara
have you got in your pockets right now?
hanky, cell phone
is your favourite journey?
from Makuti down the escarpment
are your heroes in real life?
Bennett, Jenni Williams, Jody Garner (Quadraplegic disabled during
the war, and still hanging in 35 years later and farming in Louis
and where were you happiest?
down the Zambezi tiger fishing with Jackie anytime
your biggest vice?
were you like at school?
Every report I ever had said " Can do better." Rebellious
as I have always had a problem with people telling me what to do
are you doing next?
a meeting with the MDC city councillors
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