I meet with Jim, a 71-year-old Brit who has been in Paris since 1965.
This isn’t a typical episode – it’s a little more laid back, (but we still did a quick-fire round), and it’s a little more conversational.
We talk about the advantages of being a foreigner in France, the differences between French and English people, and how you should never “learn” French.
Then we have a Corey Story, this time about another Brit, Sir Richard Wallace, who brought those lovely green fountains to Paris.
Listen in here:
Here’s a look at the Wallace Fountains
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EDIT: I’ve since met with Jim to discuss allegations that he may be Jim Morrison, after it was revealed that Jim Morrison (maybe) never died in Paris. Here’s what Jim had to say: