Tuesday, January 04, 2005

More on Virtual bands,- and how to find them

For Dylan, and anyone else interested, the mysterious details have now reappeared on the Make Poverty History website...
For some reason blogger won't let me cut and paste them here, but if you hurry to the page above, they are lurking at the bottom of it at the moment....

There has been a amazingly mixed reaction to the Vicar of Dibley programme I mentioned here
but a friend who works for Christian Aid says there is a plan afoot to send a posse of female clergy, led by Dawn French, to call on Tony Blair as part of the campaign. Would it be shameless exploitation of my calling to volunteer to join them, do you think?

6 comments:

Rhys said...

as a man I hesitate to venture an opinion but a close blood relative of mine who is ordained and female gets called the vicar of dibley every now and again so you will only perpetuate the stereotypes that VOD perpetuates if you go - question to ask though is will you meet other clergy and have a good time doing it plus it might make a change from Bono, Geldof, heads of christian aid etc who are all men.

Humble Secretary said...

Come to London to meet Tony Blair and then hike over to me for some gin. God told me that you must.

Rhys said...

or just skip the tony blair bit.

Humble Secretary said...

Rhys you are a genius - that is a great idea and gives more gin time. Here is an idea for you - why don't you pretend to be Tony Blair and you can sit in my house drinking gin with us - Revd GoodinParts won't notice the difference after a couple of gins ..

Rhys said...

excellent idea - I think you're a genius for coming up with the idea in the first place though.
In fact I'd say we were both geniuses :)

Sarah Dylan Breuer said...

Excellent -- thanks for letting me know the white band javascript was back on the site!

I wish I could join you for the gins under discussion. If y'all ever find yourselves in Washington DC/Baltimore metro area, give me a shout -- I do keep some good gin around the house, but I also am very well known for my margaritas!

Blessings,

Dylan