Kathryn: When I was a lad in England, newspapers used to promote themselves
by publishing a smudgy or partial photograph of one of their reporters, then
sending him out round the country. Anyone who spotted him and spoke the
correct incantation (YOU ARE RODERICK CRUMBUTTLE OF THE DAILY MIRROR AND I
CLAIM MY £100!) got a modest prize. These things used to run all through
the summer: THIS WEEK OUR MAN IS IN BLACKPOOL! How about we try one of
these stunts? I am willing to be the mystery man. THIS WEEK DERB IS IN
MAUI! Come on, how about it? I could use the R&R.