Never mind climate change and the fate of Gordon Brown. The hot topic of the day is the existence (or not) of the legendary Biased BBC social commentator, Martin, as he rampages through the B-BBC threads like some terrifying offspring of Nick Griffin and The Alien.
His, um, unique grasp of racial and religious issues, homosexuality and the degree of scumminess of each and every BBC employee stands out even amongst the wit and wisdom of the B-BBC commentariat. Sceptics, however, suggest that he's a figment of someone's wicked imagination...
As yet, we have not found definitive proof of Martin's existence. But our worldwide system of investigative YouTube watchers has obtained convincing evidence that he does have a first cousin, alive and well somewhere in the Deep South. (America, not Hampshire).
Here, in all his glory, he is...
(NB: it gets more - what's the word - revelatory the longer it runs. If you can cope. Turning the sound right up brings out the full aural flavour of the experience, too.)
If David Vance really does feel it's all getting a bit much for him running Biased BBC and compiling his best-seller on BBC awfulness, could we respectfully put forward this gentleman as the obvious candidate to take on the mantle of Bias-Finder General?
(A small finder's fee will suffice.)