Mrs Angry hears that today Boris has been making another of his flying visits to Broken Barnet.
Isn't it funny, citizens, that since he took office, the Mayor has entirely ignored us - oh, until the run up to the next election? Recently we have seen some generous high street handouts to the Tory stronghold at Chipping Barnet, and a deliberately delayed grant to the Dollis Valley Green Walk, sadly misspent, and not at all the PR success it was meant to be.
Thanks to the antics of Assembly Member and local Tory councillor Brian Coleman, the Barnet and Camden constituency has become the most marginal Tory held seat in London, and now Boris seems to feel a magnetic attraction to our borough, and has been making unannounced appearances.
Boris Johnson's new interest in Barnet, however, is expressed only in terms of a series of lightening strike photo opportunities, and no real chance of engagement with residents who might like to pose a series of challenging questions for him. That would be too risky, of course.
Remember the unfortunate chance meeting that our Mayor had, on his visit to the Boris Valley Greenwalk? Local resident Dennis Pepper took the opportunity to inform Mr Johnson of the unfortunate cock up by Barnet Council in spending the grant: local Tories were humiliated - and furious - at the embarrassing intrusion of reality into their big moment.
Well, never mind. Look what we have here, a tribute, in the form of a lovely message to Boris - a musical interlude, neatly expressing the views of so many voters here in Broken Barnet, and elsewhere - enjoy.