A life time fan and Prisonerologist of the 1960's series 'the Prisoner', now a leading authority on the subject.
> "Here's to the Prisoner, who's future, which now gives every indication of being exactly like his past!"Here's to the Prisoner, whose future now gives every indication of being exactly like his past!Poor grammar and syntax - not to mention poor imagination.
The Prisoner who is future. I like that. Makes me think. @Anonymous: Your "correction" is a very good example how to misread an original idea just by illiberally applying a set of rules and habits.. I guess it's you who's lacking imagination.