INT. LIVING ROOM - NIGHT
PATROCLUS and MR BC are watching woeful climate-change disaster movie The Day After Tomorrow. The film's young heroes are holed up in the New York Public Library, weathering the sudden onset of the new Ice Age.
YOUNG HERO: I found a copy of the Gutenberg Bible downstairs, in the rare books section.
MR BC: Rubbish. The Gutenberg Bible is in the British Library. Where it belongs.
ME: Surely it belongs in Gutenberg.
MR BC (charitably overlooking the fact that he is clearly going out with the middle-class Jade Goody): I think it's called that because it was made by a Mr Gutenberg.
ME: Well then...er...in Germany somewhere.
MR BC (consulting Wikipedia): Hm, it says there are actually 48 copies, in libraries around the world.
ME: I suppose that was kind of the point of the whole enterprise.
MR BC: What was?
ME: To have more than one copy.
MR BC: Apparently one of them *is* in the New York Public Library. Bugger.
On screen, a wave of super-cooled air descends from the troposphere, causing a skyscraper to turn instantly into a massive block of ice.
ME: I think you've uncovered the only realistic plot point in this entire film.