Stop Press: Celebrity BADD Endorsement
Unbeknownst to her employer, the editor has been engaging in electronic correspondence with Mr Richard Herring. (Lady Bracknell, who prides herself on her ability to keep abreast of modern trends in theatrical entertainment, has included a link to Mr Herring's website from this blog from its inception.)
The editor, reasoning that Mr Herring has long demonstrated a laudable degree of support to disability equality issues, and is known for being rather a decent sort of chap all round, drew his attention to BADD and asked whether he would consider writing something in support. Never one to shy from a challenge, Mr Herring has provided his own inimitable spin on BADD in the 28th April entry to his never-less-than-entertaining Warming Up pages. For which efforts he has earned the eternal gratitude of at least one elderly and enfeebled aristocrat.
Below is a photograph of the editor and Mr Herring taken about ten years ago at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. How young they both look! There is, however, a somewhat eerie degree of physical similarity between the two, which causes Lady Bracknell to ponder on the question of whether her editor has yet to be entirely open and frank about her life prior to her current employment.