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Thursday, 29 August 2013

Thought For The Day

   Just imagine, the Prisoner has survived 25 five days at sea on an open raft. He's been attacked by supposed gun runners. Washed up on the beach at Beachy Head, he scrambles up a chalky cliff face where there has been recent cliff erosion. He dodges a police road block, looking for an escaped convict. He leaps out the back of a Luton Van into the road of on-coming traffic {he could have been run over} and upon retuning home he knocks on the front door of his house!
   The Prisoner has no key to his house, so he knocks on the front door. This begs the question, who did the Prisoner think would be there to open the front door? The Butler perhaps, or Janet maybe! Why would the Prisoner knock on his own front door in the first place? Well, because he had no key with which to let himself into his house! Which in turn brings me back to my original question, who did the Prisoner think would be in his house to open the door? 

Footnote: What if Martha had not been there to open the front door, she might have been out shopping for example. The Prisoner would then have had to break in!

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  1. But, behind the curtains they've been waiting for him, I take it. - BCNU!

    1. Hello Arno,

      But of course. Come in said the spider to the fly! The trouble is No.6 had not even got out of the trap!

      Very kind regards