Scott Yorke and Martyn “DBD” Bradbury have been having a one sided battle of wits. I say one sided because Scott has all the wits and Martyn is just a half-wit, or if I am feeling especially unkind, which I am, a fuck-wit.
Anyway Martyn got upset again at Scott and wrote a vitriol filled post. Scott has responded with a post of his own. In that post he proposes a Deed of Settlement for their dispute.
It is a piece of genius. I particularly like the resolution process that involves dueling.
(a) If the parties cannot resolve the dispute by negotiation within ten Business Days¬†following the date of delivery of the Dispute Notice, then either party may, by¬†written notice to the other party (‚ÄúDuel Notice‚ÄĚ), require the dispute to be¬†determined by way of armed duel using pistols, swords, or feather dusters (‚ÄúDuel‚ÄĚ).
(b) The Duel will be held at such location and at such time, and following such¬†procedures, as the parties agree in writing. If the parties cannot agree such matters ¬†in writing within ten Business Days following the date of the Duel Notice, the parties¬†will submit such matters to Louis Crimp of Invercargill for his¬†determination, and the¬†parties agree to be bound by any such determination.
Scott wins, it was a comprehensive victory. His post and attacked Deed of Settlement is the finest piece of Blog-taliation I have ever seen. It is fit for Boing Boing.