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Tuesday, 22 June 2010

Ringo Rustling

I was asked today who Ringo was, and I realise that many viewers/readers have no idea.

Let me set the scene.

I am a new arrival to the Blog world, and I (perhaps wrongly) appropriated Richard (of RBB)s mythical world.

Nuova Laziuo High is a mythical school, in a mythical suburb (Nuova Lazio) of a mythical town (TTuh) in the mythical country of Seeland.

Ringo is obviously a mythical character based on the worst possible aspects of an egotistical self-centered immigrant educator, of a power-hungry mien. No-one who actually exists could have such a horrible combination of character traits and be given a position of power.

What do you think this is? Fairy Land or Coronation Street?

Everything clear now?

Any questions Ricardo?


Now we can continue.

The best author's dedication and preamble I have seen is as follows:

This is a work of fiction. All the characters and events portrayed in this book are fictional, and any resemblance to real people or incidents is purely coincidental. This book and series has no connection to reality. Any attempt by the reader to replicate any scene in this series it to be taken at the reader's own risk. For that matter, most of the actions of the main character are illegal under US and international law as well as most of the stricter religions in the world. There is no Valley of the Keldara. Heck, there is no Kildar. And the idea of some Scots and Vikings getting together to raid the Byzantine Empire is beyond ludicrous. The islands described in a previous book do not exist. Entire regions described in these books do not exist. Any attempt to learn anything from these books is disrecommended by the author, the publisher and the author's mother who wishes to state that he was a very nice boy and she doesn't know what went wrong.

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