Reader of the Week: David Clarke 

Three people I would love to invite to dinner: Hillary Clinton, Stephen Hawking and Roger Federer.

The most amazing thing I've ever done: Marry my wife.

The best advice I ever received: "Have a point of view".

I would spend my last $10 on: Bread and spread — it will feed me for a week.

My biggest fear: Having more children.

My fantasy job: Batman.

If I could travel back in time I would love to . . . meet Yoda, or if not available — Plato.

People say I look like: Julio Iglesias.

My favourite phrase: "Never let the fear of crashing out stop you from playing the game."

My last meal would be . . . roast lamb and lolly-cake.

My most embarrassing moment was . . . forgetting to kiss the bride on my wedding day.

I wish I hadn't . . . ignored my daughter's request to take her to the beach volleyball at the Sydney Olympics.

What people may not know about me: I used to dance.

I will never throw out: Star Wars episode IV lollipop cards.

My biggest fashion faux pas: Mustard sneakers with burgundy trackies — for a year.

In the future . . . we will holiday in the warm, lush, lake resorts of Siberia.

My earliest memory: Electrocuting my (girl) friend when I was five.

Favourite book as a child: Little Black Sambo — the story of a little boy who outwitted [bullying] tigers. Adults saw it a different way and banned it.

True love is… never to be taken for granted.Weirdest thing in my glove box: Baby wipes.

My first car was: Nissan sunny.

I’m always being asked: "How come I have such a nice wife?"

On my bedside table is: A novel by Colleen McCullough.

I love living in Kellyville because... regardless of where people are from or what they believe, they respect and help each other.

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