I actually feel kinda sorry for the guy, must be like living in hell, for which I have some sympathy. I might email him asking him to ponder the word 'synchronicity'. Sometimes wierd coincedences that we give a subjective meaning to are just that, coincedence. Looking for angles without ever switching off is enough to send anyone mad, and we are now most certainly in Michael Bentine's Potty Time...
At this time I was watching television almost continuously at home, with a video recorder whirring away, trying to obtain from the newscasters a reaction which would give them away. I think this is an instance where it happened. Ken Clarke first darts a glance straight at the video camera (and perhaps at a monitor next to it showing my living room), then comes out with "all kinds of mad things", while engaging in a facial display involving raising of eyebrows and lowering of eyelids. To me at the time, and also now, it looked as if he was selecting a context into which he could drop the word "mad" as a directed insult against me.
...Two days later, in the very early morning of Sunday 20 February 2000, MI5 inflicted another insult against me just outside my house, when, returning from Croydon, two youths approached (MI5 agents always go in packs of at least two - they're too cowardly to go anywhere on their own) and one of them said quietly and bitterly to the other that "he's shitty, very shitty".
I want to say something but i kind of agree with the guy. I believe that im being moniter by the goverment.
I was in the NAAFI the other day and the CCTV camera was following my every move. When i left the RMP meet me and said that someone had notice what i was wearing, it was a RE Tie with matching belt. Couldnt understand why they kept talking about indecent exposure and that i should have a shirt and trousers on in public.