Polish up on our tenses! ‘Liked’, is past, whereas I, am very much in the present, and, at this very moment, am gleefully contemplating another chapter or two, of, LB[size=50]AT[/size]A[size=50]OT[/size]A, as I also intend to continue doing at suitable and convenient intervals throughout the day, which I believe, projects us into the future.
In anticipation of your obsequious and grovelling apology.
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I prostrate myself before your mercy and humbly request your gracious forgiveness for the intolerable, albeit accidental, misrepresentation of the chronography of your being. The error, made in good faith and with no ill-intent, was mine and I am mortified to think I may have besmirched your good name.
To you Sir Vic-k, to the esteemed and noble Rayz, and to all who may perambulate through these boards and witness my malfeasance, I apologise unreservedly.
Stand easy, relax…’tis I at fault, not your trusty self. I am too harsh. For: “It is a truth universally acknowledged”, is it not, that colonials at best, are less than the rest? A variable already factored into the equation. I should know better, and make the necessary accommodation/allowance.
Buy the book, stouthearted squire, and enjoy. But do avoid standing in queues, where one’s sudden outburst of laughter, or uncontrollable bouts of giggling, could lead to one being ostracised by one’s fellow queuers. For this is the, ’After-life’, based on ‘Real life’.
Just think of immortals as having the same problems and anxieties as humans, but over a slightly longer period of time.
Now you said that about the last book, and a small production outfit in London did agree with you. I think this might share the same problem as Regarding Avalon: To do it properly would take a lot of money.
I can’t help noticing that Vic-K is threatening to profiteer. It’s just as well he loved the book, or he would have tried to extort more money from the author than the book cost. Only a penny, I know, but it’s the principle that counts! Moral reprehensibility, that’s what I call it.
The book looks very entertaining, Rayz, and is Whispersyncing its way to my Kindle as I write.