He was one of those men that couldnโ€™t be said to walk down a street so much as bounce along it, seemingly spending as much energy propelling his body vertically into the air as forward along the street. All in all, he gave the impression of a large piece of cork bobbing up and down on what was, funnily enough, an entirely flat sea, or a penguin chick that hasnโ€™t yet realised that flap as it may he will never fly. Or, indeed, a human being that has failed to realise the very same thing.

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