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20 Questions to a Usual Suspect - Confusedidentity


By BrianC
June 7 2003

Our next victim is Confusedidentity. I recall from a conversation with him that he took his handle from having a mixed Scottish and Irish background but now living in England. Given my own circumstances it is something I can fully empathise with.
He is, of course, a cousin of our very own David Paice.

Meet the family

Twenty questions to a 'Usual Suspect'

Confusedidentity (In beloved Celtic Shirt)

Real Name Stephen (Steve) Paice
Location Was Newbury, Berks. Now Welwyn Garden City, Herts
Occupation Scientist (Drug Safety Associate)
Favourite:

Movie(s) Star Wars, Gladiator, Godfather trilogy, Monty Python
TV Programme(s) ER, The Rugby Club (apart from tweedledum and tweedledee)
Book(s) Round Ireland with a Fridge (Tony Hawks)
Music Oasis. Also listen to a wide variety of stuff
Radio Station(s) All pretty poor round Hertfordshire!
Food(s) Indian and Thai
Drinks(s) AG, Irn Bru (both Alcoholic and Non!), but pretty much most ales/lagers/stouts/spirits
Place(s) to visit Kephalonia (Beautiful) Dublin (For the AG), Scotland (Best country in the world)
How long supporting LI? Casually since 98-99 season, progressively more until ST last season.
Best ever LI game (Excluding 2002 cup final) Ooooh, would have to be LI v Dax, Euro shield 2001, where Barry slotted the winning touchline conversion in the last minute while being pelted with water bottles from the Dax players.
Favourite LI experience off pitch (Excluding 2002 cup final) Has to be the hotel bar after St Pat's 2003. Top night, rough morning. Well, rough rest of day in fact.
How did you start supporting LI? As a rugby player looking to watch top flight games live. Watched Briz when at uni there without being a supporter, then AG Apprentice introduced me to the whole LI thing one weekend and it's grown from there.
What are your non-rugby pastimes? Golf. Following Celtic FC
Any Irish connection? Mother's family are from Ireland but not sure exactly where.
Most likely to say? "Oh go on then, just one more."
Least likely to say? "Come on England" (unless against Australia)
Tell us something about you we don't know. I used to have a Bath shirt when I was younger

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