Proof that humour is more potent than almost anything, and that the fact he is considered a rare national treasure, is all the evidence that you need, if any were needed, that english culture appears to be an exotic antique left out on the street to rot, surrounded by a mainly foreign audience that perceives it as perverse, quaint and mildly humourous and in some way silly culture which is redundant in this age.

For someone like me, hes holding a tide of a verbal comfort blanket, against the bosom Continue reading