Keeping up with the fake but vintage blog trend blogs like Fake Science popularized a couple of years ago here’s a new discovery from the rainy lands of Britain… not entirely sure about the role of this brand new national office but we’re pretty sure that like the Audit or the Statistical one … it has good and bad employees.
The National Office of Importance is all about crucial facts for British citizens that should Keep In Mind for improving their living standards… An office that unfortunately closed back in 2003 while Blair was still in command but its archives have now been made public…
An office that carried out its statutory public duty “to inform, insist and admonish” on behalf of the British Government. Seen by some as a necessary conduit, and derided by others (notably the formidable editor of The Times, Auberondley Handelsman, who memorably dubbed it “a zoo of nannybodies, nincomboobs, whows, bingo-morts, gundiguts, mopsies and trotterclouts given inexplicable charge of a printing press”) many of its campaigns and much of its publicity material has now become as fondly-remembered a part of the cultural landscape as coddled eggs and transistorised wainscotting.
Only 5 magnificent recommendations from the NOI, hopefully more will come… more this way.