Saturday, June 14, 2014


Thanks to the generosity of His Grace's regular readers and communicants, we have almost reached the fund-raising target for blog modernisation and crucial steeple repairs. His Grace's shiny new blog is currently in development.

The new Disqus comment facility will permit commenters to correct grammatical errors post-publication, to save having to apologise and infuriatingly post a comment again. It will also allow redaction, for those who are inclined to deny they wrote what they undoubtedly wrote. Disqus permits separate conversations to develop within a thread, so those who wish to turn every blog post into a discussion about homosexuality will be able to do so without hindering the main line of argument.

One very exciting announcement to make at this stage is that His Grace has secured the services of an Editor and Deputy Editor. Indeed, this team promises to take the blog into the spiritual stratosphere, confirming His Grace's position as the foremost religio-political blog in the UK (whatever Wikio rankings may say..).

Bless you all for your generosity and continuing support.



Blogger David Hussell said...

Glad to receive confirmation Your Grace that the fund raising has gone well and that the new "arrangements" are being created. It all sounds very flexible and most impressive.

Last but by no means least, do please Cranmer, receive my continued thanks for all your hard work, and this most excellent interface between religious and political thought - the indispensable blog site Archbishop Cranmer !

14 June 2014 at 12:57  
Blogger Rambling Steve Appleseed said...

' that those who wish to turn every blog post into a discussion about homosexuality will be able to do do without hindering the main line of argument.'

Epic YG!

14 June 2014 at 13:56  
Blogger Len said...

I would like to thank His Grace for all the thought provoking articles he has supplied and to congratulate him as he reaches ever greater heights in the blogsphere. Onward and upward to infinity and beyond!.

14 June 2014 at 13:57  
Blogger DanJ0 said...

Article: "Disqus permits separate conversations to develop within a thread, so those who wish to turn every blog post into a discussion about homosexuality will be able to do so without hindering the main line of argument."

Hey, this might alleviate the urge to be Adeimantus to some tedious, would-be Socrates in the middle of a thread too.

14 June 2014 at 14:44  
Blogger Derek Northcote said...

Must be great to make up self angrandizing titles for ones self such as "His Grace" with no qualification whatsoever other then which deity you believe in.

Utter tripe.

14 June 2014 at 16:47  
Blogger John Thomas said...

I'm sorry to hear about the coming of Disqus. Personally I always have problems with it, so I may not appear on this site often (if at all). Also, there was the scandalous case in Sweden or somewhere where a left-wing paper objecting to some non-PC comments to a site hacked into their Disqus accounts and found their real identities and secured some sort of prosecution of the "hate speech"; free speech dying yet again, in our society!

14 June 2014 at 17:06  
Blogger David Hussell said...

John Thomas @ 17.06

Yes I read about the Swedish thought control case courtesy of Discus. Let's hope that prejudice of that order of intolerance stays on their side of the North Sea.

14 June 2014 at 17:13  
Blogger Sister Julian said...

Derek Northcote
I feel so very sorry for you and deeply grateful to HG for his courage and tenacity in keeping us informed about the mainstream media would rather have us in ignorance.
May your steeple never wobble YG

14 June 2014 at 17:39  
Blogger Happy Jack said...

Sister Julian
"May your steeple never wobble YG."


Happy Jack shares that sentiment and wishes HG all the best for the future.

14 June 2014 at 18:38  
Blogger Uncle Brian said...

May your steeple never wobble YG

... nor termites nibble thy pulpit.

Congratulations, Your Grace. Like one or two others here I have my reservations about Disqus, but I'm not going to let that scare me away.

With best wishes for the new, improved product,


14 June 2014 at 20:26  
Blogger IanCad said...

Congratulations YG, and many thanks for providing such timely comment on subjects neglected by others.

No longer then, will our mistakes, sloth and indolence - or should it be ignorance? Be on show as a reminder for us to be a little more careful with our writing.
Not so sure that will be a good thing.

14 June 2014 at 21:55  
Blogger Shadrach said...

It would great if HG's Blogs' were not just commented on, but that action was taken to see the iniquities resolved.

14 June 2014 at 22:28  
Blogger Inspector General in Ordinary said...

Having a ‘homosexual corner’ we can avoid is a damn good idea Archbishop. One is somewhat weary of it and yet the Inspector is obsessed with the subject if that blasted DanJ0 is to be believed...

14 June 2014 at 22:32  
Blogger bluedog said...

Good news, Your Grace. Of particular interest will be the 'like' buttons that Disqus offers. It will be possible see the true extent of the Inspector's fan club. Hehe.

14 June 2014 at 23:08  
Blogger Rambling Steve Appleseed said...

But Inspector, will you avoid the 'homosexual corner' or lock on to it like a human rights lawyer onto a publicly funded grievance?

He who is silent on any subject does not always necessarily assent, sometimes he is bored to tears and has nothing new to say.....

14 June 2014 at 23:37  
Blogger Happy Jack said...


"Of particular interest will be the 'like' buttons that Disqus offers. It will be possible see the true extent of the Inspector's fan club."

It has recently been observed our Inspector is "like a miracle of nature" - a one off. Certainly true. He is "orthonormal" which is an impossibility.

One wonders if he should seek protected status and thus be shielded from all forms of abuse and harassment.

14 June 2014 at 23:52  
Blogger Inspector General in Ordinary said...

Chaps, the Inspector’s official position is that he has stood down on homosexuality – has been for some months now. We have secured a victory of sorts in as much as we haven’t the prospect of seeing a couple of policemen rattle handcuffs in God’s house as the priest is forced to join in matrimony a couple of same sex whatevers. We cannot measure how important that is.

As for the ‘popularity’ contest that Discus offers, one hopes our man can resist the temptation of activating that...

15 June 2014 at 00:06  
Blogger Happy Jack said...

.... and the "lesser races", Inspector?

15 June 2014 at 00:44  
Blogger Inspector General in Ordinary said...

Lesser achieving. Sure you'll agree...

15 June 2014 at 00:57  
Blogger Happy Jack said...

Yes, Happy Jack would agree with that but wouldn't use the term "races", perhaps "nations".

Nothing inherent and all cultures have the potential to be "lesser" or "greater", as history shows.

Sure you'll agree.

15 June 2014 at 01:20  
Blogger Inspector General in Ordinary said...

So when you turn up at the medical centre complaining of chest pains, and all they do is give you an amulet to wear around your neck to ward off evil spirits, we'll put that down to you being in 'the wrong nation'

15 June 2014 at 01:33  
Blogger Inspector General in Ordinary said...

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15 June 2014 at 01:33  
Blogger Happy Jack said...

Of course, Inspector. It would be because of ignorance and not an inherent defect.

15 June 2014 at 01:50  
Blogger non mouse said...

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15 June 2014 at 04:26  
Blogger Alison Judith Bailey said...

His Grace has a tidy, systematic (continentally reformed?) mind.

My only thought is that this move undercuts his formidable Greek Chorus of attendant stage characters, whose comments daily increase in a perfect 'hockey stick curve' like the mutterings of a doom-laden (but sometimes wry) Sibyl.

Some seem to represent free speech plus humour, others free speech plus acute nostalgia or even (dare I say it?) misogyny; others are free speech plus Hamlet-like, mad-as-a-march hare flights of fancy. Others clearly breach current laws and are censored by His Grace. Others revert to unreadable schoolboy banter and tedious in-jokes. But, still, a good number are highly literate and witty -perhaps literacy for its own sake? By the way, eccentricity is a core English character trait.

One solution may be a bit Islamic (and probably breaches the gender equality acts): a separate 'string' for your Grace's Lady Readers. Their views are often relevant and perceptive - when judged by other women. I suspect the Chorus would keep out of that!

I am still mystified by this paradox: why are such lions in defending the right of freedom of speech and religion seemingly so timid in exercising it? Surely any visiting PhD- level Martian might think we have already destroyed freedom of religion or speech in this country if everything has to be said - anonymously?

15 June 2014 at 08:49  
Blogger Jay Bee said...

Timid – Madam! Not a bit of it.
All warriors wear camouflage and anonymity is ours. An essential measure against keyboard Jihadi's and to prevent ones email, face-book and twitter stream being nuclearised in a fireball of abuse.

15 June 2014 at 09:42  
Blogger The Explorer said...

It will be interesting to see what effect the new venue has on the population of this Blog.

15 June 2014 at 10:00  
Blogger Cressida de Nova said...

Anything that isolates the inspector and his strange acolytes will be welcome.

15 June 2014 at 10:48  
Blogger Inspector General in Ordinary said...


Yesterday the Inspector used the term ‘homosexual corner’. He wishes it to be known that in no way, oblique or otherwise, was that a reference to the yoghurt based food product Fruit Corner, and none should be implied. Any above normal patronage of said product by the gay community is purely coincidental.

15 June 2014 at 12:53  
Blogger E.xtra S.ensory Blofeld + Tiddles said...

Dear Lady

"One solution may be a bit Islamic (and probably breaches the gender equality acts): a separate 'string' for your Grace's Lady Readers."

Goodness..the females are even trying to isolate us chaps on our beloved blog.

"Their views are often relevant and perceptive" Yeah..Ernst knows it from Mrs B's constant ear bashing..Why did me back have to go south and not me hearing??... - when judged by other women." Naturellement!

"I suspect the Chorus would keep out of that!" Damned right Madam.!!!

If D H Lawrence had really understood women, he wouldn't have majored solely on their sexual appetites for a lurid novel but their innate desire to gossip... A new seperate thread for Les Madames here could be Lady Chatterbox's blusterers.*Sniggers whilst warily looking over shoulder at kitchen*

E S Blofeld

15 June 2014 at 12:58  
Blogger Happy Jack said...

"Lady Chatterbox's blusterers"


Be careful Blowers, nurse Cressie may be about!

How are you keeping these days, old boy?

15 June 2014 at 13:06  
Blogger Inspector General in Ordinary said...

Furthermore, let the Inspector dispel all doubt about Fruit Corner. It’s quite the most delicious stuff you know, and is made by the well known, trusted and reliable concern, Muller group, and not as this man confusingly thought, Proctor and Gamble. Unsure what caused that befuddlement. Proctology probably...

15 June 2014 at 13:08  
Blogger Happy Jack said...

"Fruit Corner" was also a Radio 4 series in the 1990's.
Later in ran on BBC 2 television as "Harry Hill's Fruit Fancies." Amongst other things, Mr Hill launched the fair trade product "Harry's Nuts."

15 June 2014 at 13:20  
Blogger David Hussell said...


"a separate 'string' for Your Grace's Lady Reader's"

has been mentioned, but perhaps without enthusiasm?

Without a complementary separate string for His Grace's Gentlemen readers, would that constitute, misandry, or just equality, and if so why ?

Should we "celebrate" compulsory mixing of the sexes, men and women, on the same blog, banning separate strings, now that Cameron (our cultural definer ? ) asserts such mixing as an "essential British value".

The Grammar School I attended had separate entrances for boys and girls but segregation ended before my time there.

I mention all this, somewhat playfully, only as a reminder of how ephemeral these seemingly cast iron values, urged upon us by our "wise" political leaders truly are. They have changed, within living memory, and no doubt will change again. I do this because, one of the valuable roles of this blog is, in my opinion, that it sometimes holds up ever-changing and evolving political facts, stances, approaches and expediencies against what a few of us, in society, see as more permanent spiritual and theological truths; be they available either via the Judaeo-Christian Scriptures, or the Catholic Magisterium, or some other combination.

In pointing to the contrast between on the one hand, the ever changing politically led societal changes and, on the other, the more permanent truths of faith, I am not making a case either for or against how Cranmer arranges his all singing and dancing Disqus strings, but merely spotlighting the contrasts, for the sake of perspective.

15 June 2014 at 13:25  
Blogger Inspector General in Ordinary said...

Product Placement

You too can enjoy the Inspector's endorsement if you wish. He will be happy to consider almost anything if the money’s right, as they say. You can contact him via his agent, the Archbishop. (I say old man, how does 30% of the loot appeal ?).

Also available for voice overs.

The Inspector would be particularly interested to hear from Scottish distilleries in the first instance.

15 June 2014 at 13:55  
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15 June 2014 at 13:55  
Blogger Inspector General in Ordinary said...

By the bye chaps, it may well be that our man HAS to update because his present software is no longer being supported by it’s creators. Quite usual in professional life to find this happening. Shame, really, as the previous was always better than the succeeding. But things move on. It’s call progress, the blighters tell us.

For example, this man is finding that his single action button press results in his post being duplicated on the site. And he’s not alone.

So there you have it, Cranmer’s present site may well be literally as well as metaphorically, ‘falling apart’

15 June 2014 at 14:17  
Blogger Cressida de Nova said...

Ernstie, the next time the Carthlics attempt to burn you at the stake for the usual heresies, don't count on me to bring along any hoses this time!

15 June 2014 at 14:18  
Blogger carl jacobs said...

I personally think a Ladies Only thread would be a great idea. The weblog could use a dedicated place for discussion of knitting and kittens. And cooking.



15 June 2014 at 15:32  
Blogger David Kavanagh said...

I look forward to reading the new blog as and when it is up. Discus doesn't seem that bad. At least you can post pictures and videos onto it as well as being able to edit posts for typos or whatever.

15 June 2014 at 15:42  
Blogger Happy Jack said...

Happy Jack remembers fondly the days when public bars were men only. The ladies had their 'snug'.

How times change.

15 June 2014 at 16:02  
Blogger Inspector General in Ordinary said...

It should be noted that a ladies only forum on Cranmer should not be identified as a female version of ‘Gentlemen Only Clubs’

You see the latter is illegal (probably) with punishment for setting one up being something like a ten thousand pound fine or two years in prison or both. One recalls a strong campaign many years ago by screaming feminists to persecute fellows whose only wish was to get away from the wife and kids and enjoy a bit of peace and quiet with other sufferers. Henceforth, a collection of two or men without female company is technically an illegal gathering.

15 June 2014 at 16:03  
Blogger Inspector General in Ordinary said...

Coming soon, Cranmers Women’s Problems Page

Submissions should be made to ‘The Inspector, Inspector Towers’. Nothing too filthy please, and nothing biological if you can. Although yours truly has a working knowledge of the female anatomy, that’s about it, and he has no wish to discover any more than he needs, he’ll have you know. See a doctor. Anyway, you’ll get no nonsense advice from this man. If you want someone’s shoulder to cry on , meet a girl friend for coffee.

Also, Your Stars for the Week Ahead compiled by Len

And How To Look After Your Decrepit Man, hosted by Blowers.

15 June 2014 at 16:21  
Blogger Len said...

Inspector you are going to spend most of your time in' that side room' now...Bye..(waves cheerily)

15 June 2014 at 17:02  
Blogger Hannah said...

Can't wait for the new site! (:

Also if our friends here can remember in their prayers (or recite Psalms 121 and 130, as per the requests of our Rabbis) for 2 Israeli teenagers and 1 American teenager who have been kidnapped in a terrorist outrage in Israel.


15 June 2014 at 17:18  
Blogger David Hussell said...

I hope that this Disqus facilitated arrangement of parallel threads, braids, streams of differing consciousness or whatever, doesn't work against that most necessary contemporary Holy Grail, "Diversity", otherwise Cranmer might be "advised" by the Diversity Police to mix it all up again, I say, somewhat tongue in cheek.

Indeed if this new multiple conversations project isn't managed well, firm but fair, and all that guff, one could conjecture a sort of diaspora, with stern Protestant types striding off in one direction and dwellers on the other bank of the Tiber, well camping there on their own. Our Jewish friends would find a hill to live on, as they do in Israel. Eventually no one would talk to anyone else, unless they were in the same "camp", and the blog could die ? But maybe that's a thing of fantasy.

In the meanwhile I await the new site with optimism and interest.

15 June 2014 at 17:27  
Blogger David Hussell said...

Hannah ,

Book 5, Ps 121 + 130, both most appropriate.

Will do !

15 June 2014 at 17:33  
Blogger Len said...

Hannah ,
Psalms 121, 130 also will do!.

15 June 2014 at 17:36  
Blogger Sister Julian said...

A separate strand for lady readers!?!? Never, YG if you please! I quite agree that we of the gentle(!) sex can offer our own unique perspectives on things, but please don't put us somewhere where we can witter away to our little hearts' content. That idea smacks allto much of some sort of political correctness or mysogeny of the worst order. I can think of nothing worse. Surely the mixture of opinions, both male and female (and I suppose I should add all those others who make up the rainbow these days) is what gives this blog its character. So PLEASE YG don't shut us away behind a veil.

15 June 2014 at 18:42  
Blogger David Kavanagh said...


Thanks for mentioning the news from Israel and much appreciation to Len and David Hussell. Between this and what happen in Iraq, I feel a need to sing those Psalms as never before.

15 June 2014 at 18:55  
Blogger non mouse said...

Your Grace: congratulations on your refurbishment. I hope it brings all the advantages you seek and deserve - for I too thank you for continuing your outstanding and brilliant forum.

Like some other communicants, I have my problems with Disqus... though Dr. N has a solution for that.

Nevertheless, may I add a line to Sister J and Uncle B who wished:
May your steeple never wobble
nor termites nibble thy pulpit.
Nor dry rot shiver thy timbers :)

Oh. And I know you won't do anything as awful as enforcing gender segregation! Not that the Inspector, Mr. B, I, or anyone else, would have to read what the sillier or more unpleasant females say.

15 June 2014 at 20:13  
Blogger Johnny Rottenborough said...

I was hoping the new banner would feature Your Grace cheerfully strangling a dodo. Success to Your Grace’s new turbo-charged pulpit and may Your Grace’s steeple never wilt.

15 June 2014 at 23:14  
Blogger Happy Jack said...

"The new Disqus comment facility will permit commenters to correct grammatical errors post-publication, to save having to apologise and infuriatingly post a comment again.

This troubles Happy Jack who is not to strong on grammar. Thus far, he has relied on readers attributing errors to unnoticed typos. He therefore hopes there will be a 'side-room' dedicated to rectifying this.

Lessons in English Grammar - hosted by Carl Jacobs, assisted by non mouse.

15 June 2014 at 23:25  
Blogger Happy Jack said...

Oooops typo - too strong!

15 June 2014 at 23:29  
Blogger E.xtra S.ensory Blofeld + Tiddles said...

Happy Jack said...

Be careful Blowers, nurse Cressie may be about!" Maybe?...They even know what we are thinking and muttering under our breaths, three rooms away!. The number of times old Ernst has had to rearrange his mumbles to sound flattering to her, after the threatening 'what was that you said' , beggars belief.

How are you keeping these days, old boy?" Suffering with back and cracked ribs for several weeks now. Go to bed thinking the ribs are ok, only to wake up as if I had fractured them all over again. AWFUL! Even having to suffer the indignity of wearing a girdle wrap to try and hold the ribs in place, to the detriment of enhanced man boobs. Shameful.

Even having the DWP messing around with me meager stipend by sanctioning me for being unable to physically attend an interview..two weeks running. Sending reports that me consultant and GP say I am unable to attend due to inflamed tumour and broken ribs seems to have raised no medical concerns for the nice people there. They have ignored my good reasons sent 7 TIMES NOW to 7 DIFFERENT HANDLING CENTRES (Omnishambles truly springs to mind, as they blame a third party and the third party(Work Group Provider) blames DWP, Who seem powerless to over ride their own C*%k Ups unless they get this and they send this...NIGHTMARE!!!) and I get a sanction and advised only after my daughter went to get my money from the Post Office on Wednesday, three days on Saturday later. They are in complete disarray and I can only imagine what Mrs T would do to her 'admirer IDS...Beat him all the way down Whitehall with her handbag!!! These people say they admired Maggie yet fail to remember that she knew HOW TO and got things DONE and hated poor administration skills!!!!

Praying for my job to be confirmed soon to get me the hell off benefits as these people are heartless incompetent nincompoops, hopefully with my physical condition improving greatly but the bleed'n security checks seem to take forever...just sent off another bit of received paperwork on Friday last.

DWP have rang up apologising, holding their hands up that they should have reassessed me last year and somehow missed it, despite my advising them of worsening condition etc etc, then I get a nasty woman call me back last Thursday and blame ME for not attending, even though I was promised call interviews due to my current inflammation of the medical condition besetting me. I worry for those less able to stand up to rank incompetence who are bullied to shut up. Emailed IDS to chastise him for such a terrible department and my intention to get an answer from a tribunal for treating someone with disabilities under DDA for refusing to comply with reasonable adjustments/arrangements.

Can't even give His Nibs me likkle monthly donation until they sort my money out, which has angered and cheesed me off no ends as I like to honour my commitments to others.

How's the retirement going and well-being of the new, soon to be arriving loving addition to the Clan, Jack.

Best wishes to you and Family, as always. Blowers

Cressida de Nova said...

Ernstie, the next time the Carthlics attempt to burn you at the stake for the usual heresies, don't count on me to bring along any hoses this time!" The last time you brought the hose, my dear, it was connected to a petrol line.


16 June 2014 at 11:21  
Blogger Sister Julian said...

Poor Tiddles! Life must indeed be terrible in your domain! Such problems your servant has. My sympathies with you and Sir Blofeld in your hours of difficulty. Broken ribs are a complete nightmare I agree.

16 June 2014 at 17:47  
Blogger non mouse said...

Sorry the Idiots That Be are making everything so difficult for you, Mr. B.

All the best in overcoming it all; and get better soon - some of us miss you round here. Why, even the RCs and their fallen what-have-yous will - they love beating up on those they presume to survey! Talk about a 'headlong rush to judgement'...

16 June 2014 at 18:17  
Blogger Happy Jack said...

Blowers, Happy Jack was distressed to learn of all these ongoing difficulties and hopes the situation improves soon. You've been through it, old chap. Have you considered involving the Citizen's Advice Bureau?

If you were a Roman Catholic, Jack could comfort you with the an assurance that suffering in this life can be offered as reparation for personal sin and result in 'time off' in purgatory. No chance of a conversion? Mind, swimming the Tiber with broken ribs and a poorly back is not to be recommended. Jack could organise an airlift.

"How's the retirement going and well-being of the new, soon to be arriving loving addition to the Clan, Jack."

Have you confused Jack with someone else?


All's going well, Blowers, although I had more free time when I was at work. Long list of household chores awaiting my attention from "she who must be obeyed".

My daughter is in good health and the little "duckling", due in 16 weeks, is thriving. Honestly, my wife has been knitting non-stop! I'm counting the days down.

God Bless, Blowers, and keep your chin up.

16 June 2014 at 21:03  
Blogger Len said...

Need you back here Ernst to man the barricades.
HJ said If you were a Roman Catholic?
Talk about kicking a man when he is down..
All the best for a speedy recovery .....

17 June 2014 at 08:34  
Blogger Happy Jack said...

Len, its to keep the man's mind occupied so he avoids difficulties with the 'trouble and strife'.


We need one of his legendary ditties. And what better topic?.

17 June 2014 at 11:55  
Blogger Hannah said...

Hi Len/David H,

Thanks!! (:

17 June 2014 at 12:28  
Blogger E.xtra S.ensory Blofeld + Tiddles said...

Non Mouse, HJ and Len

Thanks for your kind words of encouragement.

"We need one of his legendary ditties. And what better topic?. "

Will see what I can compose whilst lying prone on my bed, to ease the strain.


17 June 2014 at 14:29  
Blogger E.xtra S.ensory Blofeld + Tiddles said...

To the tune

Never come back
Abdul, never come back
Ahmed, never come back
Bashir , never come back

This ain't the first time until today
That you have gone and flown away
We're asking you all for the first time
In that dirty hell hole, STAY!!!

(All right)
(All right)
(All right!)
Hey, yeah

Never come back
Dhakir, never come back
Fakhir, never come back
Ghazi, never come back

There ain't no use in you crying
'Cause we're more hurt than you
You shoulda not been out there killing
But now we know what is true

(All right)
(Okay. You get us)
Ooooooooh, yeah

Never come back
Habib, never come back
Hamzah, never come back
Iqbal, never come back

Never come back, Mohammed, don't you dare leave your own
Jamal, Khalaf, please don't go to Syria alone
Oh, we won't give you a second chance?
Mustafa, we know you loathe us so

(All right)
(Oh, yeah)
Oh, yeah

Never come back
We said Nasri, never come back
We said Qatadah, never come back
For the benefits..Oh, won't you please never come back?
For the free housing...Oh, won't you please never come back?

Never come back
We said Rasil, never come back
We said Sadid, never come back
Oh, won't you please never come back?
Oh, won't you please never ever come back?

17 June 2014 at 14:50  
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17 June 2014 at 22:17  
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17 June 2014 at 22:17  
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17 June 2014 at 22:19  
Blogger Rasher Bacon said...

Oh stroll on Disqus - I never get the hang of links.

17 June 2014 at 22:22  
Blogger Happy Jack said...

Rasher, the problem there was in the beginning bit when you posted:


The " is what scuppered it. It should have been:


18 June 2014 at 00:13  
Blogger Rasher Bacon said...

Your Grace

So glad to see the money rolled in.

Next stop in the marketing campaign - a younger, more attractive Thomas (so I'm told). Surely if you want to triple your Twitter following and vault the competition, you should get the rights back to your incarnation as Hans Matheson out of The Tudors

Oh no - I forgot. You may have some residual integrity. No Thought For The Day appearances for you then...

18 June 2014 at 09:11  
Blogger Rasher Bacon said...

I shall have to fine meself for littering the page.

18 June 2014 at 09:14  
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18 June 2014 at 13:03  

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