domenica 17 dicembre 2017

Special duties handed out at today's special BBC meeting.


The Bass Bagging Confederation
One important outcome of today's special meeting of the BBC is that the special role of each member has been defined.
This will aid blog post construction and will cut down friction between members because everyone will have a clear role to play within our organisation.

Here are the duties:

Richard (of RBB) – Leader
Angry Jesus – Deputy Leader
Bin Hire – Personnel director
Akish The Philistine – Artistic Consultant
Phillip Edward Nis – Auckland Correspondent
Dave Shaw – Dunedin Correspondent
RBB2 – Testore Trio Reporter
RBB3 – Style Manager
Bunny Hoskins – Vehicle Maintenance and Naenae Reporter
Different Time Zone Bill – Travel and Historic Fact Checking
Terry McDougal – Cleaning and Maintenance
Baxter - Security

Richard (of RBB) and Angry Jesus will also continue to write general interest posts, with Angry Jesus continuing to advise on religious matters.

10 commenti:

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

Richard (of RBB) – Leader

So, who made you leader then?


RBB3 – Style Manager

WTF! Style? Jesus.


Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

I was born to lead the BBC.

Robert ha detto...

Glad you got it sorted. Took Curmudgeon to get you guys moving!

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

"Took Curmudgeon to get you guys moving!"

Still working on it Robert but hopefully we'll get them shifted soon.

Angry Jesus ha detto...

The Curmudgeon didn't get us moving. Some of us here at the BBC were around and blogging when he was still in short pants. Though I do agree that we must always strive to be better.
That is why I'm pushing a slogan that I thought up, with a little help from Baxter.
"Make the Bass Bagging Confederation great again!"

Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

No AJ, that's already been used by a guy in the USA. Let's have a meeting before we start banging out slogans. Let's run them past Bin Hire first.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

"Some of us here at the BBC were around and blogging when he was still in short pants."

I only ever wear short pants nowadays.

Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

And your breath probably comes in short pants.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

It did today when I went for a walk in 26 degree heat.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

Make the BBC grate again or make the BBC continue to grate would be more applicable.