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Peter Blue is famous for going to high-profile events in London and going to restaurants.
4 x Distinctions for Electronics, 20 years in British army, ambassador for The Golden Network, arresting 3 terrorists and ambassador for Cheeky Panda are his proudest accomplishments to date. He lives, works and plays in Kent, London and Faversham. He was born and bred near Barnet.
Here are his favourite books: Demon, Meeting with Rama, Childhoods End, Titan, Wizard, The Hitch-Hikers Guide to the Galaxy and Orion.
Daft Punk, Emma Bunton, River City People, Dina Carroll, The Killers, Jess Glynne, Ace of Base, Narcotic Thrust, One Too Many, Maroon 5, London Beat, Ellie Goulding, Dire Straits, Liberty X, Brian Adams, Girls Aloud, Jaki Graham, Marina & Diamonds, No Doubt, Nadia Ali, Venus Casino, Abba, The Pierces, East 17, Blondie, Clean Bandit, Little Mix, Big Country, Ten Sharp, Cold Play and Boney M are his favourite groups.
Shooter, Mr Robot, Game of Thrones, BlackList, Spooks, Big Bang Theory, Dexter, Revenge and Breaking Bad are TV programs that he likes watching over and over again.
Here are the things he hates the most: zoos, eggs, pizza, cheese and lasagna. Ice cream, club sandwich, steak & kidney pie, The Golden Network and bangers and mash are things he thinks are amazing.
Barcelona, Broadstairs, Jersey, Faversham, Calgary, Canary Islands, London, Bielefeld and Medicine Hat are places he thinks are lovely.
Peter Blue's work consists of software engineer, business networker and investing. He likes travelling, writing software, walking by the creek and going to the pub.
He would pay anything to watch A Knights Tale, Star Trek, Alien, Top Gun, Under Siege, Broken Arrow, Blade Runner, A Few Good Men, The Adjustment Bureau, Ferris Buellers day off, Fight Club, Sneakers, The Matrix, Swordfish, Die Hard 1~4, Jurassic Park, Clear & Present Danger, Independence Day, Holy Grail, Hunt for Red October, The Hunger Games, The day after tomorrow, Cypher, Star Wars, Mission Impossible, Fifth Element, Terminator, True Lies, Caddyshack, Life of Brian, The Hobbit and Avatar.