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Friday 24 August 2018

Thought For The Day

    At the end of the day I’m not at all sure which cuts the most tragic figure, Number 2 at the end of ‘A B and C,’ ‘The General,’ as well as ‘Hammer Into Anvil,’ or the Butler carrying his overcoat and suitcase as he’s forced to leave the Green Dome. Both Number 2’s fell foul of Number 6, although they are both guilty of underestimating him, twice in one case. You would have thought he would have learned his lesson the first time round! Of course in his case it was the worst possible defeat. As with the other Number 2 he was simply a weak link in the chain of command, afraid of his masters, and he allowed Number 6 to play on that. And the Butler, the only thing that can be said of him is, that he would eventually be allowed to take up his previous occupation, from which he should never have been sacked, serving a new Number 2. So all’s well that ends well as they say, except of course not for Number 2 who must ultimately carry the can!

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