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First, I really hate pictures of myself. But the pigeon on my dad’s head, and his facial expression, is kind-of priceless. Of all the places I’ve been to in the UK, Trafalgar Square seems to me the most memorable and iconic places in London. Perhaps it’s because I’ve been there at many moments throughout my life, both as a seven year old kid in the 1980s, and they as guy in my twenties in the 1990s. Plus, I always have weird dreams, and the sort of bird-blanket that are the pidgeons themselves can kind of smother you — hold out a hand full of bread crumbs or bird seed, and they really will crawl all over you.

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