Thursday, 10 March 2011

On the question of marks.

Why, in the media, have simple ‘questions’ been replaced by ‘question marks’* hanging ominously over issues?

(Notes to question)
*These are like World War One blimps, whose observers relay all untoward news by hand-cranked telephone back to Colonel Mustard’s aide, Lucas, as he sips champagne twenty miles in the rear.**
**Though how one sips champagne in the rear is anyone’s guess.

Lucas – aide to Col. Mustard – does not drink alcohol – he’s the sporty type.

Could it be because, in its capital form, it resembles one –  Q answer?

And on that  note – ‘high B’ – off now!

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