Thursday, 5 February 2009


We regret that, due to the continuing severe climatic conditions in cyberspace, and a failed blog which is blocking the line ahead, we are unable to bring you the Capuchin Classics blog today.   Capuchin Classics is very sorry about this situation, and is doing all it can to rectify the matter, but the unprecedented falls of virtual snow, and subsequent meta-icing, mean that our resources have been stretched beyond their normal limits, and our supplies of digital salt to apply to the Superhighway are running critically low.

We apologise for the cultural inconvenience this will cause, and hope to have resumed a normal service later today.  Please telephone National Blog Enquiries, whereupon, after accumulating a ruinous charge and being played a fiendish combination of ghastly muzak and cretinous, banal recorded announcements advertising unwanted options, you will have no useful information conveyed to you.

Thanks for travelling with Capuchin Classics.

Quotation of the day

"Climate helps to shape the character of peoples, certainly no people more than the English. The uncertainty of their climate has helped to make the English, a long-suffering, phlegmatic, patient people rather insensitive to surprise, stoical against storms,. slightly incredulous at every appearance of the sun, touched by the lyrical gratitude of someone who expects nothing and suddenly receives more than he dreamed." H.E. Bates, author of Love in a Wych Elm and other Stories.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hey big fella,

this wouldn't happen in the USA. We have blogs littering our cyper highways every day and we just get on with it.

Can I order a copy of Katie Price's latest from your fellas?