February 24, 2005
Fourth Tim Worstall Award.
As you know, the Tim Worstall Award is given to those who have enriched our language, purely at my discretion, to the person or site where I first see such enrichment. Can be a new phrase or an old one, it’s all about where I first see it. Given the Civil Continegencies Act, the ID Cards, the abolishment of Habeus Corpus and jury trial, the fourth award therefore goes to Andrew, at Don’t Vote Labour.
What's the point of a fascist government if it can't even make the trains run on time?
A secret masonic handshake to you Andrew, pat yourself on the back and organise a party with lashings of ginger beer.
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"What's the point of a fascist government if it can't even make the trains run on time?"
Well, it could invade Abyssinia. Oops, make that Kosovo, Iraq....
Posted by: dearieme | Feb 24, 2005 12:31:25 PM
That's cool, I've never had an award before!
Posted by: Andrew | Feb 25, 2005 4:29:14 PM