Friday, October 19, 2007

The Summit of Sumner

There is no need to be tongue-tied around Sting. Acting on his own advice, if you ever find yourself in his august presence, you could say he:

  • lost his faith in science and progress
  • lost his belief in the holy church
  • lost his sense of direction
  • was a lost man in a lost world
  • lost his faith in the people on TV
  • lost his belief in our politicians.
You see, there was no need to be nervous after all. Admittedly, he does seem rather prone to losing things, but somehow I think it makes him seem more human.

Tread softly though, because if he ever lost his faith in you there'd be nothing left for him to do, and that would be sad.
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