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Open Letters
Tuesday 17th April, 2007 12:00 Comments: 4
I don't know if you've all seen the open letters between the Bank of England and HM Treasury, but you'd think with so many people reading them, Gordon Brown could find himself a proper pen, instead of using some sort of thick marker that he must have stolen off one of his kids.
Avatar Yamahito - Tuesday 17th April, 2007 12:47
linky linky
Avatar Fab - Tuesday 17th April, 2007 13:59
Thick black ink scans/photocopies better...

Anyway, deniability is key. I said evade not invade!
Avatar Robert - Tuesday 17th April, 2007 14:37
They're both available as PDFs on the BBC News website: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/6562723.stm

I know thick black ink scans better, but there's thick and there's thick. Brown appears to be using one of those big Crayola markers that I remember as a kid: http://www.mandali.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=MC&Product_Code=755&Category_Code=L
Avatar Yamahito - Wednesday 18th April, 2007 09:17
Alternate theory: they're scans of his handwriting and they've been blown up to the wrong size...

Probably not, tho' - the signature and I'd say I was on to something, but the guy's name?
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