Help the poor struggler
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Good setters of quizzes are kind. It is their job to dispatch their hapless victim but they will take care not to leave him or her dangling in mid-air to expire painfully and without hope. They will throw in a word of comfort that even at the eleventh hour might bring about a stay of execution.

I was granted such a reprieve last night by a kindly Prodigal. I got the Hurricane Smith question. It rang distant bells but bells far too distant for me to reach out and grab to break my fall. And then I went through the question word for word...."breezed into the top 10".....why is that there?..... The Zephyrs? - don't be silly....Gail Tyldesley? - no, he definitely had a chin....Hurricane Higgins? - no, this guy was rugged looking but not without charisma....Hurricane Smith? - yep, that's the guy.

Nil desperandum and thank you, kind Prodigal, whoever you are.

PS I looked him up this morning and sadly he wasn't really called Hurricane. He was a Norman. The singer, I mean, not the Prodigal.

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