IN WHICH MADPRIEST IS DISAPPEAREDAND THE IMPORTANT PEOPLE TAKE OVER

I actually rang this man up a couple of years ago to try and make him realise the importance of forming some sort of galvinised campaign against the covenant in England. I said at the time that this would lead to people called Giles taking over the campaign and getting all the kudos for it. Of course, that is what I wanted, because nobody is going to take an unemployed, slightly crazy blogging upstart seriously. But it still hurts, especially when you are suffering from the worst man cold ever.

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IN WHICH MADPRIEST IS DISAPPEAREDAND THE IMPORTANT PEOPLE TAKE OVER — 7 Comments

  1. It is ever thus. someone I know worked for years for detente between the US and USSR – she got no credit. She said – there is no end to what can be accomplished when I let go of the need to be rewarded – but enjoy the fact that I know I did what needed doing. Getting credit is wonderful – rarely happens for the originator. Talk to those who toiled for full inclusion in the early days of TEC-Integrity — only Louie gets the credit but he did not do it single handedly.

    Healing prayers headed your way.

  2. You were the one MP who got it all going and kept the urgency before the AC world. You have our hymns of grateful praise

  3. You have my deep sympathy on the man cold, MP. I’ve been miserable with a sinus infection for a week and a half.

  4. Paul. Your fortitude, courage and sheer bloodymindedness in your determination to carry on whilst in such agonising pain is admirable. And we all realise that it is your natural humility and not wanting to worry the rest of us that leads you to make light of your affliction by calling it a mere sinus infection. Those of us with a medical background (I’ve been to the doctors quite a few times in my life and have watched “House” a couple of times) know the true seriousness and excruciating agony of a sinus infection in the male of the species. It’s not like your namby pamby period pains and girlie stuff like that. We are talking about real suffering here.