Good morning fellow .org Ladies and Gentlemen. I hope you are all in fine fettle. Well well well, here I am, back in the world of the living and now I think, fully compost mentis. I will tell you all about the operation. I woke up as the anaesthetic wore off to the sound of a young nurse saying, " Hello Mr Bonzo, you're back with us, are you ok?" I said I think so, then it all went a little hazy and I dreamed that the nurse was kissing and cuddling me. Then I came too, and said, "Go on nurse give us another kiss." and she said, "No I mustn't, I shouldn't really be in bed with you! Oh all right." Then it went a bit hazy again!! A bit later Prof. Eric Shurn walked through the door! He came over to the bed and I said, "Ok doc, how did the op.go?" Gravely he said, "Mr Bonzo, prepare yourself now for some bad news!" He continued after a measured pause, "We reached the site of your humour and immediately noticed that it was very aggressive and set deep in your psyche. We removed as much as we could, but most of it was in an area we could not disturb for fear of irrepairable damage to your other senses. So, we have to regard the by pass as a failure. In the short to medium term, your demeanour will appear much improved, but gradually you will revert to your old condition, although something contentious could trigger a rapid decline as the aggressive humour will feed on this and thrive! I'm sorry, but we did the best we could! It's not at all life threatening, but you may risk social ostracism if its effects become uncontrollable." " Ahem, my bill will be in the post!" As he took his leave I said, "By the way doc what car do you drive?" His face lit up, " Why a 1.9 litre Z3 automatic..." I smiled and said, " What a super little motor car, I bet it's quick.!" ......Then I got the shivers! I'm back at home and have been out for a trip in Zelda. I feel much better now!