Thursday, 19 January 2012

Not Reading Wikipedia

I've no idea what special day it may be today, as I'm not reading Wikipedia. We can live without them.

That'll teach them to think they're important and we care. They've just used us in their political games. Swines.

(with thanks for inspiration to Richard Battersby)


  1. Well, that's great for you, but I became so unsettled by the lack of Wiki, I had to get drunk.

    And as you can imagine, that was no fun at all....

  2. Wouldn't it be lovely if you accepted converts via the web?? Then we could wear a badge and a hat and possibly a T shirt, and get a cetificate and have teleconferencing and meet once a year for a pilgrimage to Stonehenge or a Cruise down the Thames. We would be not quite Beaker Folk, but maybe Beaker Associates - all over the world.

  3. Good idea Elizabeth - or how about 'Beaker Oblates' all using 'Beaker Common Prayer' and lighting tea lights or setting fire to bonfires on auspicious occasions?

  4. Stuart, so I was told. The years before Wikipedia was invented must have passed in a blur for you.

    Elizabeth and Nancy, you're all free to join. Just light a tea light and send a donation.


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