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(And seeing as she high-tailed it out of Philadelphia as quickly as she could upon the successful conclusion of her project, I feel perfectly justified in claiming the City of Brotherly Love as my own.

” So not only did Webb tell the story that I wanted to tell but she used my city to do it.

I was fairly certain that my life was over but I decided to watch the trailer before jumping to any conclusions. Webb is a journalist-cum-consultant with a talent for math, languages and musical instruments (interestingly, I excel at none of these things, which might explain why our methods for “cracking the code” were so vastly different, but I’ll get to that later).

Because I love it, despite my continued fascination with all things British.

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