LETTERS FROM LONDON
REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL
17 July 2011
1. I'm Sorry - No Really I Am - Am I?

“You’re going to have to say it, Mr Murdoch.”
“Don’t be ridiculous.”
“At least try. You can say it to us.”
“No I can’t.”
“Yes you can.”
“Okay. Okay. I...I...I...I’mmmm.”
“That’s it. Keep going. Try singing it.”
“I’m paying you a small fortune to save my empire and you want me to sing?”
“Well, Mr Murdoch. We are the best PR firm money can buy and we’re worth
it. You’ll see. Just read and sing.”
“I’m...I’m...ssssorrrry. So sssssorry that I was such a fffool...So sorry... Please
accept my aaaaaaaapppppology.”  
“A bit more Brenda Lee.”
“Where’s the music? Where’s the suitcase of cash?”
“That’s not us. Now after singing, hold your head in your hands.”
“What!”

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2. I'm Not....

After her endlessly hyped success at Glastonbury, ‘I do it for the ladies’
obvious feminist Beyonce felt compelled to reveal more than her semi-naked
gyrating body.

"My nose runs a lot and when I'm singing. I can't blow it, so there have been
occasions when I've ended up with a bubble coming out my nose."  Really? Is
this nose bubble-making a secret problem concerning all singers? Kate Bush?
Adele? Debbie Harry? Way too much information.

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