Arthurian Legend

"Once back here I got to thinking - 'how do I get out of this?' Perhaps the really haunting spectre is that I would have to turn my back on the lake, and the prospect of the sword." Alan Clark, Diaries - 19th May 1999

Wednesday, 3 October 2007

Couldn't have put it better myself!


"To dismiss a speech as "being of a party leader rather than a prime minister", when Cameron is a party leader rather than a Prime Minister, pretty much sums up the brain power of Ed Balls."

PrinceHal on CommentIsFree.

4 comments:

Newmania said...

Yes I thought that as well...eh ? do what ?

Aunti Flo' said...

To dismiss Auntie Flo' as newmania was equally absurd, AL. Here's a copy of my posting to Newmania in Lewes on this:
........


Aunti Flo IS Newmania.

QED.

I claim my £5. (Arthurian Legend)



Explain then, Arthurian Legend, how Auntie Flo' has such an intimate knowledge of Harlow and the inner machinations of its political machine - one which, I would add, predates newmania's recent move from Islington, where you are aware he lived.

Though I am flattered that you would mistake my posting for newmania's worthy prose, I am not flattered to be mistaken for a man.

As will shortly become apparent to you, you've twitted yourself with this daft claim. I expect you to own up to that and apologise to me on newmania in Lewes.

Auntie Flo'

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Anonymous said...

Oh, needy knights of Ni,
Bon chance to you, fair knights of Ni,
bright keepers of the sacred word of Ni itself.
Good hunting to you while riding by, needful knights of Ni,
if but deserving of less sufferance than is due
than this quest reserves for you, noble Knights of Ni.
Yet with it being neither less nor more of what you are,
with nothing you go for it, brave knights of Ni;
nor by doing so, lack it, or not fulfil in full
your needful destiny to do with it.
Ah, noble ones of the order of the knights of Ni,
rejoice, as it can be done, oh noble knights of Ni.
But hark, yet none know the dread heartaches
of being noble knights of Ni none better
than the noble knights of Ni themselves;
nor none better know now, or nor later on neither,
that those heartaches will lead them to it itself also;
so rejoice that needful things near at hand also
will come flowing from the knights of Ni themselves,
in their knightly quest for eternal over-exuberance.
Noble knights, this is your needful quest fulfilled,
oh noble knights of Ni, to become much more
than legend or old song in the hearts of men of old;
perhaps men not from the noble order of Ni themselves,
but equally insistent in their quest for enlightened intercourse.
Oh, noble knights of Ni, on questing on your knightly errantry
based on being from Ni itself, continue being so,
in being those noble knights from Ni itself,
sublime country in all its purity; yet it was nobly done,
noble knights of Ni, so hastily flashing by in shining armour,
even to attempt such a noble quest for it itself,
one so nobly based on the sacred word it itself represents.
Yes, nobly done, knights of Ni, nobly done.