Monday, 7 May 2007

To Err is Human(ist)

I've been doing my best to keep up with Thomas Hamburger Jnr's Case of the Missing Family which, I see, has now reached the epic proportion of 87 Chapters, and still counting. I'm under instruction from Thomas to Fuel His Blog each day - which I don't mind doing in the least, since he has been so helpful in enabling me to set up my own little pitch here on the blogosphere.

As for his griping tale, I confess I don't much understand what's going on with the plot. I thought, at one point, Harry McFry was going to end up living with his sister-in-law: she seemed to have set her sights on him, and I didn't think Harry was up to resisting her. I still haven't worked out whether they did 'it' or not.

Anyway, if he did, he needs to watch out. It's only a matter of a couple of thousand years, after all, since people who did that were burned to death. I know society is a little more forgiving of this kind of thing these days, but I guess there are still some people around who like to follow the law according to Leviticus.


nursemyra said...

did his tale really give you the gripes? :-)

Daddy papersurfer said...

Too many noms de keyboard, Mr.B. I yearn for the return of the quill [and no more bills!].

Bill Blunt said...

I have already put it on public record that Mr Hamburger's griping tale makes me sic, nursemyra.