Who can forget David Vance's proud statement of intent for the magnificent bias-hunting machine that is Biased BBC?
Biased BBC is and shall remain a place for civilised debate and attempts to suggest otherwise are pathetic.
So well put. Which is why it's such a delight to journey alongside the moral giants at B-BBC as they liveblog Question Time and demonstrate the timeless hallmarks of civilised debate.
Guest of honour last night was the celebrated Libertarian blogger Old Holborn. Read and learn how the great and the good of the bias-hunting fraternity approach current events in a civilised, debating kind of way. Over to Old Holborn:
First a greeting: Everning cunts
Then our learned friend responds to the following questions from other eminent livebloggers. (A gentleman of darker hue has appeared on the screen): Taliban? Muzzie?
Mr Holborn gives us the benefit of his wisdom: Nah, sIkh. Turban = friend
Alas! Another gentleman of Asiatic countenance has appeared: Loon Paki
Mr Holborn has been ruminating on the future of the Labour MP Mr Phil Woolas: Send Woolas to a gay prison
Now Mr Holborn reveals his insight into the nature of the studio audience: Full of coons and wallahs
On the distinguished Liberal Parliamentarian, Sir Menzies Campbell: I really really want to kill him
And now the former Labour Minister Miss Clare Short: Shut the fuck up. you chubby lezzer
Stay the horses! Miss Short has made a criticism of her former confederates in New Labour: Calre Short is very, very ugly. But she is RIGHT
A debate ensues during which Biased BBC alumni choose which parts of the United Kingdom they would most enjoy bombing. Mr Holborn's home county is, disturbingly, threatened: Oi CUNT! I'm in Essex! (Well, South Suffolk)
Now a winsome young lady attracts the cameraman's interest: TOTTY
Alas, pulchritude is set aside for another intervention from the right hon Phil Woolas MP: I want to stab Woolas
Let us hope that the sage contribution of a Conservative front-bencher will temper the savage beast of Mr Holborn's criticism!
What dismay: Chris Grayling is a septic oyster
Perhaps if the young ladies and gentlemen of our kingdom were less interested in "rock bands" and "alco-pops", they could learn from Mr Holborn the art of conducting oneself with dignity in our "cyber-age". Alas, the frequent scenes of mayhem in our drinking establishments demonstrate that not enough of our younger generation follow Mr Holborn and Mr David Vance in maintaining...
a place for civilised debate
Is it too much to ask?