From Noggin the Nog:-The tales from the Lands of the North, where the black rocks stand guard against the cold sea, in the dark night that is very long, the men of the Northlands sit by their great log fires and they tell a tale of Noggin the Nog, in which the crown of Noggin, Prince of the Nogs is sought by his uncle Nogbad the Bad who devises evil plots to threaten the safety of the kingdom, and sometimes the world, in order to force Noggin to give up his crown. In each saga Nogbad pursues his plot to the very brink of success, but at the last moment his purposes are foiled by some unexpected piece of luck, cleverness or lack of attention on the part of the Nogs. Nogbad the bad is the archetypal wicked uncle, obsessed with an ambition to regain the crown of the Northlands which (in his view) was wrongly given to his worthless nephew, Noggin. His life is spent devising ingeniously evil schemes to steal the crown, or force Noggin to give it up.
Is George Bush the Nogbad of the World?
by Don Kiddick September 17, 2003