PINS – Rule Twenty-five: Units

Units can be anything.  They don’t even need to be real, it’s all explained here. But they have to take orders.

PINS – Rule Twenty-four:  The Electoral College

It’s time to describe the people who run things. We think these people are members of something called the Electoral College.

The Electoral College is written on the back of a TERRIER ADJUSTMENT SHEET.  This must mean it’s important, especially it’s got typed-out instructions on the front and the College names are written out in copperplate using a dip pen and ink, on the back. Here are some photocopies to help PUT A FACE TO A NAME for your own Electoral College.


PINS – Rule Twenty-three: The Light Outside

It’s important to know where you can get good light and also where you can sing light comic opera without being laughed at. Both are essential ingredients to PINS. You can find out more here, or peruse the photocopies for clues below.

PINS – Rule Twenty-two: Inner Mapping

PINS can be carried out anywhere. We know that. We think it’s best to do it in your garden.  But you can also do it in your head. We don’t know if PINS is true. But that’s not a problem. Sometimes, it’s just what we remember, or imagine. Here are some images to help you imagine what may have happened to you. PINS is not played on any screen. And colour television is not to be trusted. This is the only real rule of PINS.