Thursday, August 11, 2005

How many LibDems does it take to change a lightbulb?

The obvious answer was two: one to change the bulb and one to write the Focus article publicising it...
However, after careful thought, it seems this number would be inadequate, because you need:
One to suggest changing it
One to disagree on the need for change
One to suggest a resident's survey on whether it should be changed
Several to carry out the residents' survey
One to analyse the results and decide it needs to be changed
One to change it
One to suggest that it should be a Focus article
One, not previously involved, to write the article (eventually, because neither of the aforementioned ever got round to it!)
One to print the Focus......
Several more to criticise the article, most unaware of the location of the lightbulb and possibly some unaware of what a lightbulb is
The more practical among us have suggested it needs only one - but the lightbulb must really want to change!


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