Blame

The speech was blurred and hard to distinguish, this did not reflect badly on the technology however for the poor quality was in direct proportion to the quality of the alcohol in Vernon’s blood

The speech was blurred and hard to distinguish… the poor quality was in direct proportion to the quality of the alcohol in Vernon’s blood

You can play back Section 50 now…

“You’ve gottundder shtand. I mushtav mning, no’nonsnus. Wods! Wrds? …”  Another long pause punctuated only by the disconcerting clatter of glass on metal tray.“Woord sarmye life.” Hopeless. Vernon only had himself to blame for his signature against a promise to develop the nonsense filter in partnership with a Mr Tarquin McGuin.

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