Thursday, January 15, 2015
TWO glasses of wine.
The local newsagent has taken orders for 87 copies of Charlie Hebdo. Quite something for a little market town with a population of 306. 5 copies are delivered. 'The Font' gets one of them. The print run has been increased from 1 million to 5 million. More copies are expected but not enough to meet demand.
Bob and Sophie try to make it clear, repeatedly, that one of the flock has gone missing. In the evening 'The Font' has two glasses of wine and a bar of chocolate. This wild behaviour tells you all you need to know about what sort of day it's been back at The Rickety Old Farmhouse.