A nice woman from Radio 4 has been in contact with Stop Boris. Apparently the BBC been trying to put together a compilation of Boris Johnson's gaffes for The World Tonight, but they have failed to find enough of them on tape.
Now leaving aside the fact that an organisation the size of the BBC, with a huge set of news archives needs help from a couple of bloggers with nothing but a website to their name, this does seem to be an extraordinary move for them to take.
Because even though I have done everything I can to keep Boris out of City Hall, it still seems ungracious to compile and broadcast a piece like this on a day when all indications show the man will be elected London Mayor.
And although I have no doubts that he will make a complete hash of being Mayor, I still think that he should be allowed the chance to make that hash. Because today is his day to be Mr Smug, and we shouldn't make his smugness any worse by being sore losers about it.
And if Boris Johnson does become Mayor this evening, then he will be in power and at City Hall for four long messy years to come. And if the BBC still need help in putting together a compilation after all of that time, then it will not just be Boris Johnson's competence that will come under question.