- Victor Hugo
Three things are most important to me: 1. being a good father and husband; 2. keeping a roof over our heads and a little food on the table; 3. advocating for those who have no voice and no vote - children.
Iain Macadair (original Scottish Gaelic "Iain Mac an fhucadair" for John Walker)
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