Lambeth Palace, London, UK SE1 7JU
I saw this postcard and immediately thought of you. Funny that you share a first name, eh? I imagine I’m the first to point that out to you, so if you use it as chit-chat at a dinner party or something, be sure to mention where you heard it.
Anyway, kudos to you for sticking up for the little guy. I couldn’t agree more that My brand-loyalists are always getting it in the neck from those bastards over at the BBC. Why, it’s practically a television Inquisition. How dare a business exclude brand-loyalist programming just because no one wants to watch it?! Don’t they realize that My poor, minority, shat-upon brand is the largest in the world?
Here. I’ll just sketch out a pie chart you can show to the minions of intolerance at the BBC.
That ought to show them that they can’t kick sand in the face of the proverbial 98-pound brand-loyalist, or they’ll get broken like a twig.
On the other hand, I picked up a copy of some rag called The Dailymash while on layover at the Jersey Airport in the Channel Islands, (and by the way, if you find yourself there, be sure to try the Royal Potato Onna Stick). Their interview of you struck Me as just a tad bit more to-the-point than I usually like. As you know, I generally prefer brand-loyalist leaders to steer a path around saying things like, “[N]ot once in the entire history of the world has [Gawd] intervened to stop bad things happening,”. You and I know that I’m not going to answer the droves of tiresome postcards I get daily asking for relief from disease, war, famine, etc., but We don’t mention it in polite company. Instead, try pointing out that it’s slightly possible that I may help someone find their lost car keys. You’ve got to start concentrating on the positive. Not, obviously, as concerns the BBC; but in the finding-lost-keys or turning-traffic-lights-green areas.
So, otherwise, good job and the boys say “Hi”.
Wish You Were Here,