Forget cats in wheelie bins and Brown floored by a so-called bigot, the country now has the outstanding woman of the century - the fantastic Dot Comm.
Dorothy, or Dot to all her friends, might be considered an ordinary housewife. She looks after her husband and three kids in Worksop but in her spare time she has helped to transform the world.
'How did you do it?' I asked Dot.
'Well. I just turned on my computer and sent meassages to half the world saying a new era had dawned. Most of them woke up and followed my lead. It was a simple as that.'
I realised Dot was being modest about the impact she had made on the economy. Her position as Chief Adviser to the World on Future Technology meant she was not being fair on herself.
'When you get up in the morning, Dot, can you quite realise the importance being attatched to your contribution to the economic structure of Britain?'
'Yes, I know I have got a few things going' she replied demurely 'but I would not have had the little success I have had without my Hubby. He's been a brick - and not round my neck!' she laughed 'and my dear children have cooked the meals and done all the housework while I have been busy on the Internet.'
So I left the beloved Dot Comm feeling humbled by the presence of a heroic lady who had trsnsformed our world.