Sir Toby Redivivus?
Bowing to popular demand, and overcoming with manly fortitude and resolution some theo-literary setbacks not entirely disconnected with opensourcetheology.net, the author of The Sir Toby Chronicles (still available and flying off the shelves) brings to the attention of Open Source Theology the reconvening of the convocation at the refurbished Sir Toby’s, following recent developments which have necessitated its urgent reconvention.
All over the habitable world, websites are being feverishly scanned for cheap flights to Franz Kafka International. Police leave in the said metropolis has been suspended indefinitely to cope with the expected influx. City-centre bars have boarded up their windows to cope with the anticipated reflux. In unsuspecting homes and habitations, from Inuit Igloo to Palanquin Pagoda, notes have been propped on homely mantelpieces or pinned to stripped-pine kitchen doors bearing, in the tersest of terms, peremptory explanations of the sudden departure of many a dearly beloved.
Across continents, over station concourses and down airport walkways, an extraordinary migration was underway: the pointed hat brigade was on the move, heading east (or west, depending on your orientation). The summons had been sent. Who could decline the call? Everywhere, the catchphrase was on a hundred breaths: to Prague for Theo-Prattle 2009!