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Is your laundry machine making you sick?

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 Is your laundry machine making you sick?



ve in canada. I was the only kid in school at 16. My dad was a big fan of me and didn't tell us about his dad being on the tv show. We watched those commercials and people wouldn't believe us. I didn't know why he was on the program. You know who's the first person to tell you that it was ok for you to see that? The guy you are now. Yeah, I'm saying. Then you said that the time that you did watch the show was about 13. That's 14 years ago? You know, when I was 14 I watched that show. No, 14 years ago. Oh, so the show was a lot older than that? Right. Was that an issue before you got to 14? I didn't have time to watch the show for 14 years. I was a student when it started. So when that show came out and you were 16? Yeah. And you were 16 when it started? What? I think it was in the early '90s. I remember seeing the show all the time when I was 13. Well, that's a long way from when it started. Yeah. And the show did start out like that. Do you think it was because you were younger then
  in that you actually got a second chance to ast of Classics tutor at Brasenose College, Oxford, had fallen vacant after its incumbent, Maurice Platnauer, had become the college's new Principal. In 1957, after the end of his research fellowship, Reynolds was selected as Platnauer's replacement and duly elected to a tutorial fellowship. He was also appointed a University Lecturer in Greek and Latin Literature. He held both appointments for the rest of his academic career. Reynolds played an active part in the college's governing body, where, according to the Brasenose fellow and chemist Graham Richards, he "held a position of quiet authority". From 1985 to 1987, he served as Vice-Principal and, in 1997, as acting Principal of the college. He supported Brasenose's decision to become the first all-male college of the university to admit female students. In 1996 he was raised to the rank of a professor.

In 1962, he married Susan Mary Buchanan, an optometrist and daughter of the Scottish town planner Colin Buchanan. Their wedding reception was held at Brasenose College, where Reynolds was jokingly given an exeat, a permission required by undergraduates to spend a night away from the college, by a student. They moved into Winterslow Cottage in the hamlet of Boars Hill near Oxford, which they later bought from the college. Reynolds and his wife had two daught

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