M. Oliver is a British former music industry professional and current writer based in Continental Europe. He enjoys late night strolls down dark alleyways and partakes in many of the general insipidities of our time. M is an avid speaker of bastardized French and supports a very average football team.
“Some might call this racist—not the French.”
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