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July 30, 2010

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Wow that's brave Drew! Good luck!

I'll be keeping an eye on for your tweets!

Nice, good luck with it Drew. I will be waiting to see what happens.

Too far? Not at all! I think it's a great idea.

@adamvincenzini and I did this for a week and it was a lot of fun. Aside from one slightly unpleasant lunch at Pizza Hut, it was liberating to surrender free will for a while. We met a great guy called Kevin who taught us to make cocktails at Sainsbury's, I discovered the wonders of Tsunami in Clapham North and neither of us lost any clients. Hope you have as much fun as we did. Good luck!

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