An attempt by a lone religious nut cake to censor free speech has ended in success.
After a single complaint by a single nutter about remarks by Jeremy Paxman in an interview with Richard Dawkins the BBC after careful consideration has censured Paxman.
In the BBC’s flaccid opinion, Paxman may have caused “unintentional offense” to a person who apparently believes in beings with metaphysical beards.
The BBC demurred to demands that Paxman be burned at the stake.
Appealing to the eat-o-meter, the Cannibal’s Gazette assesses the brain of the complainant: how edible is this brain? We rate it: full of holes and bats; a very unsatisfying snack.
How about the brains of the BBC controllers? The eat-o-meter gives them a rating of: small pebbles; hard and likely to catch in the throat.
But how do our cannibal readers find these brains on their own eat-o-meters?