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INT. CAR – DAY (or should this be EXT as the car is outside? Check this)
Drive like you stole it!
But I didn’t steal it, it’s my car.
It’s a metaphor.
No it’s not.
Yes it is. It’s a metaphor meaning you should drive quickly.
It’s not. You said ‘like’ that makes it a simile. Not a metaphor.
I don’t think that matters. What matters is that we need to get the memory stick with the secret intelligence on into the hands of the MI5 agent as quickly as possible.
And anyway, it’s a stupid thing to say.
Drive like you stole it. I mean the basic purpose of a simile like the one you used.
It’s a metaphor
The basic purpose of a simile, or metaphor, whichever one it was you used.
Is that it saves time.
I don’t get you.
Well, say I was trying to explain some extremely complex issue to you that you didn’t need to understand fully, but it would be useful to have a basic grasp of.
Well, I could use a simile.
Or a metaphor.
Or a metaphor to save time by illustrating the point with an easily understood comparison. For example, I could say if we don’t get the secret intelligence to the MI5 agent soon our brave boys in whichever politically expedient conflict zone is used in this film will be up shit creek without a paddle.
That’s a metaphor.
It is. Also, can you remember to do caps for you name?
You stopped doing them first.
THAT’S BESIDE THE POINT.
You’ve gone caps for everything now. I don’t like it.
Fine. Anyway, the point is that metaphors and similes are essentially time saving devices, but the simile.
It’s a metaphor.
It’s a simile, Dave. The simile “drive like you stole it” is actually longer than phrase it’s standing in for which is “drive quickly”. Thus, the simile, and it is a simile Dave, stop denying it, is fundamentally useless and actually wastes time in a situation where, let’s face it, we have very little time to waste.
Well, drive quickly then.
I thought you’d never ask.
I have come to realise that the thing that happened the other day was actually all about me. At first I thought the thing that happened the other day was only of interest to idiots, and said as much on my Twitter account.
But when these idiots who were interested in the thing that happened the other day tweeted me to disagree with what I had said, I realised the truth. The thing that happened the other day was actually all about me.
I didn’t realise it at the time, but the thing that happened the other day was actually the perfect platform for me to explain why I am always right and that everyone who disagrees with me is a demented fascist.
The thing that happened the other day was about me because my opinions are correct and important, whereas the opinions of people who were originally interested in the thing that happened the other day are wrong and unimportant.
And besides, the opinions of people who were originally interested in the thing that happened the other day can be read on the internet for free. To access my opinions, you have to buy a newspaper and everything. Who is more important? It’s clearly me.
Now, some might argue that the fact the internet allows widespread commentary on events to occur almost instantly, effectively rendering my job obsolete, is the real reason I dislike people who use the internet to spread their opinions. But it’s not, and anyone who says it is is a demented fascist.
Equally, some might argue that the fact all reasonable positions to take on events are cogitated almost instantly online forces columnists like me to take a deliberately contrary position in order to get noticed. But they are wrong. Because they do not have a column in a newspaper, like what I do. And also they are demented fascists. Fascism, of course, being the name given to the political doctrine espoused by anyone who disagrees with a newspaper columnist. And if we have established nothing else in this piece, it is that I am an important person with a column in a newspaper.
So while of course some idiots will remember the thing that happened the other day as a sad thing and claim that it is something we should be sad about, the truly enlightened (that is to say other people with newspaper columns) will remember it as a happy day when I realised that the thing that happened the other day was actually all about me.
That should actually be the end of the piece, but unfortunately I have to file at least 600 words or I don’t get paid and my editor shouts at me. It’s standard practice here to find something else to be angry about, such as foreigners, or for me to tell what I believe to be a charming story about my family without realising that the average reader finds me and mine utterly abhorrent. Sometimes, I might even combine the two and tell a story about going on holiday with my family and having an unsatisfactory experience caused by some foreigners.
Still almost 60 words to go. What would Caitlin Moran do? Probably use a word that’s a bit rude but not too rude. Willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies, willies.
“I am a tiny man enslaved by normal-size washing machines.”
@CBurleyESPN has that squirrel taken my cheese sannie again? I'm after him
— Stuart Holden (@stuholden) August 13, 2015
How's your Mac 'n cheese
— ωħïţηεÿ ღ (@WhitneyHeathBar) August 13, 2015
Random Thursday fact: Parmesan cheese originated in the area around Parma, Italy.
— Portofino's (@PortofinosUS) August 13, 2015
— Stobi Wines (@StobiWines) August 13, 2015
I live for cheese n crackers
— – (@sweetnesskianne) August 13, 2015
how to make the best lunch at work: use entire package of cheese from company fridge to make quesadilla
— Sherry Chen (@slchen_) August 13, 2015
This whole string cheese for grownups trend is a good trend.
— Sarah Marian Seltzer (@sarahmseltzer) August 13, 2015
A haiku: Bagels are awesome Ham and cheese is really good It's snowing on Mt. Fuji
— Chris Osorio (@ChrisBrosorio) August 13, 2015
pretzel & cheese combos >>
— trap$oul ☁️ (@rachalimani) August 13, 2015
You know when you want cheese but it's rotten ??? That's what Friendship feels like!
— Vanessastar6000 (@Vanessastar6000) August 13, 2015
Showbiz Pizza was way better than Chuck-E-Cheese. #StronglyHeldOpinion
— Brittany (@britcantweet) August 13, 2015
But it's ok, because frosted flakes, cheese sticks, and iced tea are magical
— Alicia Jasmine (@foreverbored123) August 13, 2015
Yes I have just made a 4 person Mac and cheese and am about to see how much I can eat
— rebecca. (@becca_hitchcock) August 13, 2015
We went for a cheese and ham platter at #maisonvari so decided we don't need anything more. SFC is currently having a pot of Assam tea.
— Dawn-Marie Cox (@deemscox) August 13, 2015
80% of my body mass now consists of fish and cheese thanks to Norway
— Quinn Scarlett (@quinn_scarlett) August 13, 2015
mac n cheese is like the least problematic food I know
— sharkess (@vbexar) August 13, 2015
Feta, which is made from goat's milk, is Greece's national cheese.
— Cassandra Peca (@CassandraPeca) August 13, 2015
We know we're not kids, but we're kids at heart and we could really go for some mac n' cheese off the kids' menu right now @Outback
— Ameritech (@AmeritechFS) August 13, 2015
Not sure if I'm proud or ashamed that I just ate almost an entire thing of cheese sticks from Papa John's
— Kym (@heyitskym) August 13, 2015
The correct way to eat Emmental cheese is to hang slices from the erect nipples of a loved one. (via @WWarped)
— Wikiballs (@Wikiballs) August 13, 2015
Like a nice turkey sandwich with mayo, cheese, avocado, salt & pepper is all I want rn
— Chewy (@Mickaeyluah) August 13, 2015
Deep fried mac n cheese! No way! pic.twitter.com/WhcfOZmbcu
— Mark Lakshmanan (@MarkLakshmanan) August 13, 2015
I just told Kanon she smells like beef and cheese. She said that she knew I liked beef and cheese so thank you!
— todddrake (@todddrake) August 13, 2015
craving the flame buffalo chicken with cheese on it from Abbys work
— ash (@ashtynndanielle) August 13, 2015
Some honey BBQ wings with blue cheese from bww rn.
— Syn#1 (@edirkaxo) August 13, 2015
I'm getting my philly cheese steak (-:
— Cass (@cassmielke) August 13, 2015
Ok Leeds .. I'm bored now! I may eat cheese!
— Kerry (@Kerry_lufc) August 13, 2015
…And the Cheese Fell Down – Satanic Surfers
— Pap = (@ahmadpuntah) August 13, 2015
Bro these white tricks smell like wet salt & cheese
— mac&chessy♿️ (@LAhippee) August 13, 2015
I've hate a hot ham and cheese everyday for lunch for like the past week
— ZackariaBock (@bock_zack) August 13, 2015
Deedee just made the flamest Mac n cheese I have ever eaten
— Sydney (@sydneyxsoraghan) August 13, 2015
WHEN UR SITTING AT THE DOCTOR EATING CHEESE ITS AND SUDDENLY A GANSEY DOPPLEGANGER WALKS IN AND SITS NEXT TO U DDJDBDN
— trishna ✧ (@greywarens) August 13, 2015
Apparently Canada is gorgeous. And there is lots of beer, cheese curds and sports fanatics. And… https://t.co/mDaJYECwA6
— Anastasia Hansen (@stasiafacee) August 13, 2015
Burger with pulled pork, bacon, cheese, onion rings.. oh my
— Rob // SoaR Rep (@SoaRRep) August 13, 2015
maybe eating some cheese would solve your problems? (c) me as psychologist
— Tracy LaFway Clayton (@brokeymcpoverty) August 13, 2015
MY DAD JUST SAID FETA CHEESE TASTES LIKE HIS COLLEGE GIRLFRIEND IM RUNNING AWAY ASKDJSKAL
— ♀cyber queen♀ (@femangeI) August 13, 2015
Our current panini is Pastrami with Sauerkraut, Pickles, Grainy Mustard and Edam Cheese! @ Urban… https://t.co/BkhTttbuAJ
— Becky K (@BeckyBoo503) August 13, 2015
don't rush ur senior year bc in a blink of an eye you'll find urself laying on ur br floor eating mac & cheese scared to leave ur mom
— Laura Haskell (@haskelllaura) August 13, 2015
Grilled cheese is everything
— Tatjanna (@annajtat) August 13, 2015
Crazy eyes for the Triscuits and Cheese. https://t.co/SPSSkQWvmW
— Lizzie Peterson (@lizziepe) August 13, 2015
probably the best thing about Thai food is that it does have cheese in it so I can eat it. also it's delicious
— haiz (@haileyarobin) August 13, 2015
claws at the beginning of july did i dream that up where is my macaroni and cheese
— Froste_ebooks (@froste_ebooks) August 13, 2015
gabriella's lunch is just cheese fires and an orange
— Alex Hompesch (@alxhmpsch) August 13, 2015
gabriella's lunch is just cheese fires and an orange
— Alex Hompesch (@alxhmpsch) August 13, 2015
Nasty cheese head ew
— xhes (@XhesiNikaj1) August 13, 2015
— MLB Fanatics (@MLBFanactics) August 13, 2015
Unleash the cheese tsunami!
— Julie (@julie_shrunken) August 13, 2015
Someone order cheese twisted dough balls from dominoes to my house for me please
— kelsie (@_kelsb) August 13, 2015
I come home from work and my moms like "we're going on a vegan diet" bitch bye I want my Doritos and cheese
— Maddie (@madzmcghee72) August 13, 2015
— Tig Notaro (@TigNotaro) August 13, 2015
Schwarber is a guy that cheese heads would have absolutely idolizes. Too bad so sad #SaltyBecauseOfRodgders
— Chad Maxwell (@ChadMaxwellShow) August 13, 2015
SOMEBODY ATE ALL THE CREAM CHEESE!
— John Wayne Gacy (@_Gorehound_) August 13, 2015
I think the Who Moved My Cheese parable needs to be cut by, like, 70%, for starters
— Virginia Hughes (@virginiahughes) August 13, 2015
— Kevin McGovern (@Haringeycelt) August 13, 2015
Cheese cravings #fml
— Lema (@lemaleems) August 13, 2015
mom: "I really need your help. I just spent $80 on cheese"
— isaac (@isaacdebyallz) August 13, 2015
Method upon prosper big cheese calves: vnUnA
— BarringtonBarnes (@BarringtonBarne) August 13, 2015
— #KansasCity (@HashTagKCMO) August 13, 2015
A love a cheese beanie!!
— CE (@cammyedmonston) August 13, 2015
Want some home made baked mac & cheese
— Briana Willard (@briannnnna15) August 13, 2015
I'm getting bored of eating cheese pizzas everyday.
— Rafeh Ahmed (@RafehAhmed) August 13, 2015
Oh lalala thats the feeling I get when im counting at cheese
— na'na (@Mcipdada) August 13, 2015
My omelettes always turn into a messy pile of meat veggies cheese and egg
— Barry McLoughlin (@buddybarryy) August 13, 2015
I have a strawberry cinnimon with cream cheese icing. :3
— Thoron (@Lunar_Arc) August 13, 2015
Wine and Cheese twilight-open tonight 5:30-7 pm! Then enjoy dinner in one of the best neighborhoods in the City! https://t.co/hHK2zrAkpc
— Patrick Vaughn (@1sfdreamer) August 13, 2015
Really depressed after being weighed at the doctor's office so I think I deserve cheese fries.
— Noelle MacDonald (@no_no_mac) August 13, 2015
since going veggie, my cheese intake has at least doubled #mybigfatveggiediet
— Cydney (@CydneyHelsdown) August 13, 2015
I just made half ass sushi with lettuce rice carrots green beans & cream cheese… Lmao
— shark ☠ bait (@kaylexpeterson) August 13, 2015
Can I get a cheeseburger with no cheese
— The Sydster (@syd_ja) August 13, 2015
HUNGRY? Our AMAZING Specialty Burgers are only $8 Maybe a Classic Veggie, Triple Cheese or Southern Hay Stack? Doors open at 4pm #YYCEvents
— Ranchman's Calgary (@Ranchmans) August 13, 2015
um how can i make mac & cheese?
— • k e l l e r • (@Razaannn) August 13, 2015
Things I don't regret doing today: Eating a whole box of mac and cheese Things I regret doing today: Eating a whole box of mac and cheese
— Maria (@mkaras117) August 13, 2015
My mother was moaning at me for how much cheese I go through in a week
— Just cam (@Cam_millington) August 13, 2015
I did this neat little thing where I just rolled up some cheese and lettuce in some lunch meat cause I couldn't find bread. Adulting.
— nursery bones (@evalinsucks) August 13, 2015
Right now he doesn't discriminate between cheese on the table and cheese on the floor, so when I find one of those ebooks… #takemymoney
— Brittney Perry (@verybperry) August 13, 2015
I made cheese toast for lunch and it should not be as tasty as it
— Trey (@RosePrinceTrey) August 13, 2015
Today's pregnant woman lunch—kraut, cheese toast, salami and a sliced peach. And water. Drink lots… https://t.co/j6oOGOqU1Z
— Venison for Dinner (@venison4dinner) August 13, 2015
Noah makes the worst sandwiches in history. Who wants mountains of mustard and spicey cheese on a hot sandwich. Disgusting swine.
— Addie H. (@AddieeElizabeth) August 13, 2015
Ariel Cheese Sweet Loving
— brendon uries child (@phoenixgraceffa) August 13, 2015
All I've seen in Wisconsin is water parks and drive thru cheese places
— Keito (@saintkeito) August 13, 2015
if I'm tired I want a pizza or somesuch, but past that is a more tired level where I'd rather get a pepper and goat cheese sandwich
— tonci zonjic (@tozozozo) August 13, 2015
I am looking for a bacon-stuffed crust, with bacon bits in the tomato sauce, and topped with bacon, then cheese,… http://t.co/uH1WUcOD9h
— DAWN BOYER (@Dawn_Boyer) August 13, 2015
Jesus Christ this is a thing http://t.co/90CJeZLlyt "Runners prepare to capture cheese wheel at BC rolling festival"
— Michael Fraiman (@MFraiman) August 13, 2015
it would be super cool if my boobs would just decide what size they wanna be already. bras are literally NOT free. cheese & rice
— meghan (@meghanlomaniacc) August 13, 2015
Avocado on a bagel with cream cheese is the best
— wild maddy//24 (@gaspingoakley) August 13, 2015
— Sophie Cooper (@sophieslegs) August 13, 2015
Everything is better when you as cheese and bacon to it
— Hayden Naetzker (@Haydenduh) August 13, 2015
I have decided to move our kitchen status to DefCon 2… yes, we are that low on cheese
— John Haskell (@JHaskellPhoto) August 13, 2015
Final mac'n'cheese evening! Pulled out all the stops making my own bread… https://t.co/EwCh7wP7lC
— Emma Reed (@EmsieReed) August 13, 2015
Refried beans, cheddar cheese, onions, tomatoes, and salsa…yum. #tacoboatsweepstakes
— JaniceAsylum (@JaniceAsylum) August 13, 2015
A guest farted as I sat him and now the bar area smells like cheese.
— Anthony Garland (@AntTM93) August 13, 2015
me: *throws box of mac & cheese on stage with a note asking for money taped to the cheese powder pouch*
— phoebe ; 18 , 29 (@lwtlights) August 13, 2015
im making mac n cheese 😀
— queen gi (@giannaczernek) August 13, 2015
Think Ima make some spinach & feta cheese stuffed chicken breast tonight
— Tina Turn Up (@yessimSHE) August 13, 2015
I eat at least 10 cajun turkey & pepper jack cheese sandwiches a week from the 1st stop. I have a problem with addiction.
— Sheridan Carroll (@DaSherBear10) August 13, 2015
when your boyfriend calls you "cheese" instead of your actual name
— chelsss (@ChelseyBarnes20) August 13, 2015
— Dizzy (@lfcdizzy) August 13, 2015
I want Panera mac and cheese
— Savanah Thibeault (@__sav___) August 13, 2015
SCHWARBERGER WITH CHEESE, PLEASE!!!! Monster
— Soto Mojo (@beancroc) August 13, 2015
they need scrapple egg and cheese breakfast sandwiches at McDonald's.
— beth☻☪❥ (@bethhancockk__) August 13, 2015
One of my most enduring memories of celebrating Balustrade Lanyard Day as a child was trying to excitedly predict which reading the vicar would give from the Book of Balustrade. Today, on Balustrade Lanyard Eve, I’ve been poring over the verses trying to pick my favourite. It was a struggle, but I think we can agree the following extract captures the true spirit of the day.
“And on the eight day, Jesus did return to the town. There he saw eight men of Caledonia, who lined the street on the rooftops high and between the balustrades they did poke the flag of the people of Israel while wearing their lanyards fine.
Jesus said, ‘Who are you, you eight men of Caledonia, who have on this eighth day poked the flag of the people of Israel through the balustrades that line the street on the rooftops high while wearing your lanyards fine?'”
Then, one of the eight men of Caledonia who had, on this eighth day, poked the flag of the people of Israel through the balustrades that line the street on the rooftops high while wearing their lanyards fine said, ‘My name is Balustrade Lanyard and I speak for these eight (including myself) men of Caledonia who have on this eighth day poked the flag of the people of Israel through the balustrades that line the street on the rooftops high while wearing our lanyards fine.’
Then Jesus said, ‘What a coincidence that you, the leader of the eight men (including yourself) of Caledonia who have on this eighth day poked the flag of the people of Israel through the balustrades that line the street on the rooftops high while wearing your lanyards fine, should be called Balustrade Lanyard.”
Then Balustrade Lanyard, the leader of the eight men (including himself) of Caledonia who have on this eight day poked the flag of the people of Israel through the balustrades that line the street on the rooftops high while wearing their lanyards fine, said, ‘Yes, it is a bit, isn’t it?’
It’s not easy being tiny. There’s the obvious stuff, like the fear of being stepped on. But then there’s the loneliness. When you’re small, people just forget about you. Mum and Dad were always good to me though. Dad built me a little table and chair set of my own, and Mum made me a miniature dinner set, including a cup made out of a thimble, so I could have a sit down meal like anyone else. But despite everything they did to make me feel normal, I knew I was different from a very young age.
That’s partly down to Big Ed and Dave, I suppose. Not that they bullied me. At least not any more than brothers usually do. But when you’re growing up with two people who look very much like you, it’s hard not to notice that they’re getting bigger while you stay exactly eight inches tall.
It’s never been explained to me exactly why I’m so much smaller than Big Ed. My parents never talked about it, so I can only speculate as to why we’re so different. Maybe it was aliens, or a shrinking ray, or a failed teleportation experiment like in The Fly (the version with Jeff Goldblum, not the black and white version). In the old days, I’d have blamed it on a gypsy curse, but that’s probably a bit racist now.
I’ve never been jealous of Big Ed and Dave’s political careers, but it did hurt me when they ran against each other for the party leadership. They would have blinding rows, and I’d be begging them to stop but, because I’m only eight inches tall I have a very quiet voice, so I don’t think they could hear me.
But that pales in comparison to the Alex Salmond photograph. I’m not sure Big Ed will ever forgive me for that. Things weren’t quite what they seemed, though. I was conned into doing it. I was so excited when a man knocked on my door said I’d been cast in an advertising shoot for a major fashion brand. I know now that was a lie. Yes, I should have read the contract properly, but because they used a normal-sized pen it took all my strength and concentration just to sign the thing. I wasn’t thinking straight.
They told me the theme of the shoot was “big fashion, tiny prices”. So I wasn’t at all surprised when they popped me in the other model’s suit pocket. Of course, it wasn’t Alex Salmond – they added him in afterwards with Photoshop. “Make a face like a hamster,” they said to me. So I did. Now that face is staring down at me from billboards across the country.
My world caved in when I found out what they’d done with the pictures. My first reaction was to call Big Ed and explain. But as I’m only eight inches tall, I had to lever the handset from its cradle using a complex pivot system before jumping on each individual number. By the time I’d done that, several hours had passed and Big Ed was even madder with me because he’d had to learn about it through the first editions of the papers.
I’m devastated about the whole thing. My only hope is that rays from a magic transistor radio will hit me, transmogrifying me into a normal-sized person. Perhaps then I’ll be able to undo some of the damage I’ve done.
It has been months in the planning and at long last your big day has arrived. But can you be absolutely certain you’re marrying the right person? These five tips will help you avoid making a mistake that will haunt you for the rest of your life.
1 – You do not recognise the person you are about to marry
Take a long look at the person you are about to wed. It is important they have a strong physical resemblance to the person you have been engaged to. Consider the basics such as hair colour, eye colour and number of teeth. Take note of any disparities between the person standing in front of you and the mental image you have of your intended spouse. If there are more than two or three differences, you should exercise extreme caution.
2 – You do not recognise anyone in the church
Next cast your eyes over the wedding guests and ask yourself “do I know any of these people?” If the answer is no, this is another hint that you may be marrying the wrong person. Given the propensity of weddings to attract distant relatives and other hangers on, you should focus your attention on the front-most pews. Traditionally, the big hitters such as mums and dads will be located in this area. If you can’t see your mum and dad this is a strong sign that you are about to marry the wrong person. Or that you are an orphan.
3 – The vicar says unfamiliar names during the vows
As the evidence mounts, it’s important to keep one ear on the vicar and the names he reads out during the course of the ceremony. You should ask yourself two questions: 1) “Did he say my name?” and 2) “Did he say the name of the person I am engaged to?”. If the answer to either of these questions is “no” you may wish to make sure you heard the vicar correctly. Politely request that he repeat the names. If you were mistaken, quietly apologise and the wedding will continue without a hitch.
4 – You do not recognise the name of the church
Churches can be confusingly similar, what with their funny coloured windows, organs and baby-wetting facilities. Calmly exit the church and make your way to the sign that bears its name. Read it and ask yourself “is this the name of the church in which I intended to get married?”. If the answer is “no” you should think long and hard before re-entering the building.
5 – People keep ringing you to ask where you are
Does your phone keep ringing? Do people keep sending texts asking where you are? Has your future spouse left a tearful message questioning your commitment to your relationship? If the answer to these questions is “yes” then there is a strong chance you are about to marry the wrong person. HOWEVER, bear in mind that if you have already completed step four in this guide, these phone calls may be the result of your having just walked out of the church in which you were to be wed.
Britain’s Next Top Judge is a reality TV show I’m hoping to develop over the course of 2015. It’s straightforward and I think it has the potential to be a huge hit.
- All judges must judge in Britain’s Next Top Judge. Any judge failing to judge will be judged not to be Britain’s Next Top Judge.
- All initial judging will take the form of judging on real-world criminal cases.
- The judging of the judge in the initial case will then be judged by a judge. If the judge is judged to have judged well then he will proceed to the next round of Britain’s Next Top Judge. If the judged is not judged well then the judge will judged not to be Britain’s Next Top Judge.
- All subsequent judgments after the initial judgment will also be judged.
- The judgment of judgments made by judges as part of the initial judgments in Britain’s Next Top Judge shall not be legally binding.
- If a real-world case that has been judged as part of Britain’s Next Top Judge is referred to the court of appeal, then the court of appeal judgment must also be judged as part of Britain’s Next Top Judge.
- If a judgment is made in the court of appeal which overturns a judgment made by a judge in Britain’s Next Top Judge, then the judge who made the initial judgment will be judged not to be Britain’s Next Top Judge.
- Furthermore, if the court of appeal overrules a judgment made by a judge as part of the initial phase of Britain’s Next Top Judge and a judgment has already been reached on the judging of the judge in the initial case and the judge who made that judgment judged that the initial judge judged well, then the judge who made the subsequent judgement will also be judged not to be Britain’s Next Top Judge.
- However, if a judgment made by the court of appeal is subsequently overturned by a judge in a higher court, then any judgments made under Rule 7 of Britain’s Next Top Judge will, if applicable, be reversed.
- If a judgment made by a court of appeal judge is subsequently overturned by a judge in a higher court, then the court of appeal judge will be judged not to be Britain’s Next Top Judge.
- Furthermore, if a court of appeal judgment is overruled by a subsequent judgment and a judgment has already been reached on the judging of the judge who made the court of appeal judgement and the judge who made that judgment judged that the court of appeal judge judged well, then the judge who made the subsequent judgment will be judged not to be Britain’s Next Top Judge.
- Additionally, if under Rule 4 of Britain’s Next Top Judge, a judge who has judged that a judge has judged poorly (and hence the judged judge has been judged not to be Britain’s Next Top Judge) is then judged to have judged poorly, then the judging judge will be judged not to be Britain’s Next Top Judge and the judge who was judged to have judged poorly (and hence had been judged not to be Britain’s Next Top Judge) will be readmitted to Britain’s Next Top Judge.
- However, if a judging judge who has judged that a judging judge judged poorly in judging a judge judged poorly is then judged to have judged poorly, the second judging judge will be judged not to be Britain’s Next Top Judge, while the judge who judged the initial judge’s judgment will be readmitted to Britain’s Next Top Judge and, simultaneously, the initial judge will be judged not to be Britain’s Next Top Judge.
- However, if a court of appeal judgment overturns the judge in the initial case judged by a judged in Britain’s Next Top Judge and judgments have been made by judges under the circumstances outlined in Rules 12 and 13 of Britain’s Next Top Judge, then a judge who has judged that a judged had judged poorly when judging a judge to have judged poorly when in fact, in light of the court of appeal judgement, the judge who judged the initial judge to have judged poorly had judged correctly will be judged not to be Britain’s Next Top Judge and the judge who judged that the initial judge judged poorly will be readmitted to Britain’s Next Top Judge.
- However, if a judgment made by the court of appeal is subsequently overturned by a judge in a higher court, then any judgments made under Rule 14 of Britain’s Next Top Judge will, if applicable, be reversed.
- The judge’s judgement is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
- Unless the judge’s judging referred to in rule 16 is itself judged to be poor, in which case we probably will reply.