[Screech of tortured takkie soles as yours truly skids in for the regular Wednesday assault on the Old Masters]. Ah phew, phew readers. Your writer is taking a brief break from the other important activities (meeting and briefing the South African State President on his next Nkandla speech are mercifully not one of them) to attend to this most important and eminently satisfying task.
However, to business. We at the institute believe that some Middle Ages’ artists have not yet received their fair share of maligning. To rectify this, Pieter Breughel has been volunteered for today’s effort. In another world at another time, his work was entitled “Land of Cockaigne”. I have no idea what that means.