This week I have been mainly editing the New Statesman magazine.
This is just like the time I started a West Ham United fanzine, called 'My Bubble Wubbles' and sold it outside the ground for a quidditch.
The lead article of 'My Bubble Wubbles' criticised the West Ham management for their disgraceful treatment of Bobby Moore, who had been turfed out of his seat mid-match for not having a ticket.
The man won the world cup for his country, for gawds sake! He was a walking saint I tell thee, and the club disowned him.
I think I may reprint the article in the New Statesman. I know it is a political magazine, but I feel this issue has still not been settled, despite poor ole' Bobby being brown bread for 20 years. Viva la revolution!