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Sean B. Palmer, Ghyll Scholar

Sean B. Palmer has been campaigning to have the old Tomlinson Bridleway restored to its original route for some months now. We asked him about the rationale behind the controversial campaign. "I just think that when the route was originally laid down, it was done so that way on purpose, and that the little changes over the years have been mainly for the wrong reasons. For example, the old Havers Brook section has been replaced with a jaunt through the Fyle Forest—what's up with that?" His protests are being gradually echoed by an increasing number of locals who feel that the appeal of the area could be greatly enhanced by the proposals.

Anyhow, he roams the Tomlinson Bridleway on his horse, Big Brown Riding Hoof. Incidentally, Big Brown Riding Hoof chose his own name, by hoofing at a horse board.

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Sean B. Palmer, British loser

I, apparently, get kicks out of insulting people I don't know. I also, in fact, enjoy receiving heavy blows to the anus with rock hard penises. I also enjoy the wonderful feeling of sweaty donkey testicles pounding against the base of my insignificant, shaved scrotum. It feels good.

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