"Comedy always works best when it is mean-spirited" - John Cleese

Author John Corby also writes as "Bulldogge" for the British Canadian newspaper.

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Monday, March 04, 2013

The Fameless Scribe

A nod is as good as a wink to a blind horse, so they say. If you have enjoyed the verbal high jinx, tall stories, light-hearted slander and muck-throwing here at Blighty's Blog, give a nod - or a wink, if you prefer - to our new home.

All your favourite correspondents such as Elizabeth Scorgis at Buckingham Palace, Ben Bigge in Westminster, Pen Altekik on the sports desk, Skep Tikk on the weather desk, C. Lee-Sossedge and others too numerous to mention are moving with us.

You'll find us all casting aspersions, spewing mendacity, hyperbole and calumny (all in good fun, of course) at our new home on the web: TheFamelessScribe.com. Come on over and enjoy a little satire directed towards the motherland of the Great British Empire from a little snow-covered corner of that empire - in Canada.

Oh, and please turn off the lights when you leave here, there's a good chap.

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