Not approved by Dawn Primarolo, Health Minister… so no need for a referendum…

Geeklawyer and Ruthie (founders of the First UK Lawyer’s Blawging Conference – which I did manage to ‘attend’) appear to be holding a drinks party for UK Blawgers this Monday – 22nd October – (all welcome) at different locations in London. First UK Blawger’s Conference Report by Geeklawyer

Geeklawyer has the details. Geeklawyer’s event is at The Harp in Covent Garden. Ruthie is holding her event at The Cafe Royal, London – where she is attending some conference of all the talents. Just to give you a taste from the Cafe Royal website… “The Café Royal has always been synonymous with excitement, glamour and decadence – giving people what they want while introducing them to pleasures they never imagined.”

It is unlikely that Kate Moss, Pete Doherty or Amy Winelist will be attending the UK Blawger’s event… so no need to worry about not imagining pleasures you have never imagined if you do find yourself turning up at the Cafe Royal.

Well… there we are… pleasures beyond imagination at the Cafe Royal… or a drink at The Harp…. ladies and gentlemen… the choice is yours.

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Regrettably, because I am not able to attend…. I have had to provide a wholly believable / unbelievable  excuse for my non-attendance. Even the Policia Judiciaria would be puzzled with this one…. (first published on Geeklawyer’s blog)

It is with great regret that I have to announce that I will not be able to attend.

Unfortunately, I got an ASBO the other day for not cutting my hedge – despite reminders from the Police Community Support Officers who ‘attended’ to advise me of the need to do same.

Accordingly, I am now confined to barracks for 14 days and may not ‘attend’ or otherwise disport myself at any establishment selling intoxicating liquors.

Unfortunately, the truth of the matter is less exciting. I have decided to get a new heart and will be ‘attending’ at a hospital of BUPA’s choice to undergo a heart and lung transplant….

OK… That is absurd… … the truth of the matter is that I was crossing the road with five chickens late last night and they attacked me. Have you seen the size of these new mutant, globally warmed, chickens? Three feet tall… like Jurassic Park velociraptors…. I just could not fight all of them off. I have never been hen pecked… but last night was truly shocking… One of them ate my right leg…and ordered some fries from KFC to accompany it.

OK…. None of these things happened…

Think of me, mes braves… in some corner of a foreign field lies Charon….. bloodied but unbowed….

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It is unlikely that Dawn Primarolo, Minister of Health in Her Majesty’s goverment of all the talents – despite her attack on Middle-class binge drinking (which I refer to below) – will be worried about UK Blawgers doing a bit of toping on Monday 22nd October. I have a feeling she will have moved on to some other great idea… She is, remember, a politician….

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Dan… it is unlikely that you will be able to attend – but are you not impressed that UK Blawging is at the forefront of administration and law free blogging?

This weekend the England Rugby team may win the World Cup Rugby – an unusual event, where we actually play sport against foreign countries without invading them (Baseball / American football World series?) and….. there is just a possibility that one of our very expert mini-cab drivers may win a Formula One title.

Dan Hull is one of the authors of a rather good blog (What about clients?) from the US dealing with client service issues.

3 thoughts on “Not approved by Dawn Primarolo, Health Minister… so no need for a referendum…

  1. Whilst Geeklawyer is holding his gathering elsewhere initially (no doubt to make some kind of strange point about more people turning up to see him than me) no doubt the two groups will convene together at some convenient point.

    Think of it as the rugby world cup final when you are thinking about which group to initially join…with Geeklawyer representing the Springboks…

  2. Pingback: Ruthie’s Back (if only for the weekend) « Ruthie’s Law

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