"I was just after money. It's true, I am a greedy git."
Phew--at least Alder cleared up any question of his undeniable, strapping, big, manly heterosexuality.
(I should also say that I'm charmed by the British journalistic style of using titles on second reference--e.g., "Mr Alder" and "Mr Austin." That's classy, baby. Also, it's interesting that the British style for abbreviations calls for a period--er, that is, a "full stop"--only when the last letter of the abbreviation is different from the last letter of the abbreviated word. Therefore, "Dr" has no period, but "Prof." does. Love it!)