I’ve always been the kind of person which has come up with
a lot of bright ideas, but have never been able to develop
more than a small proportion of them all.
Here are two of the ideas which I have dreamed up over the
years in regards to periodical titles.
– The Authoritarian Anarchist:
The Paper with the Correct Ideological Line.
– Criminal Elements:
The paper which reports the news upon just which Judges
& police officers have been convicted for various criminal
activities during the proceeding week.
Neither of these works do I ever expect to reach print
production, and maybe a good thing too.
During the early 1980s I was part of the editorial
‘Fly on the Wall:
Richmond and Twickenhams other scurrilous rag’.
In the early 1990s I also made my own small contribution
to ‘The Crouch Ender’.
The ‘Crouch Ender’ covered the Crouch End area of North
London, and was one of the funniest periodicals which I
have ever read or been involved with.
One of these days I should write something more about the
history of the ‘Crouch Ender’, but maybe that’s just
another one of my bright ideas which may never get in to
Who Knows ?