The Phenomenon
of Leroy Brisk

“Brilliant”, “Quite Good”, “What?”, these are just some of the comments made recently in the press regarding Leroy Brisk. At first glance Leroy Brisk may seem unenchanting, however his study is a necessity for any one wishing to intellectually advance beyond their childhood. While it is becoming a hot topic for debate, Leroy Brisk is featuring more and more in the ideals of the young and upwardly mobile. Often he is seen as both a help and a hindrance to the aristocracy, many of whom blame the influence of modern pop music. Though I would rather be in bed I will now examine the primary causes of the Leroy Brisk phenomenon.

Social Factors

Comparisons between Roman Society and Medieval Society give a clear picture of the importance of Leroy Brisk to developments in social conduct. I will not insult the reader’s intelligence by explaining this obvious comparison any further. When The Tygers of Pan Tang sang “It’s lonely at the top. Everybody’s trying to do you in.” [1], they globalized an issue that had remained buried in the hearts of our ancestors for centuries. No symbol is more potent than Leroy Brisk in society today. It smells of success.

Recent thought on Leroy Brisk has been a real eye-opener for society from young to old. To put it simply, people like Leroy Brisk.

Economic Factors

Is unemployment inherently bad for an economy? Yes. We will primarily be focusing on the Inter-Spam model, a complex but ultimately rewarding system.



Leroy Brisk’s Popularity

The statistics make it clear that Leroy Brisk is a major market factor. Despite of the best efforts of The World Bank, the annual military budget has always depended upon Leroy Brisk to a certain extent, but now more that ever. What it all comes down to is money. Capitalists love Leroy Brisk.

Political Factors

Much of the writings of historians display the conquests of the most powerful nations over less powerful ones. Comparing the general view of politics held by the poor of the west with those of the east can be like comparing playing with a puppy and singing with a blackbird.

Let us consider the words of that silver-tongued orator, jazz singer Vatusia H. Amster “People in glass houses shouldn’t throw parties.” [2] Considered by many to be one of the “Founding Fathers” of the Leroy Brisk following, his words cannot be over-looked. I feel strongly that if politicians spent less time thinking about Leroy Brisk and put more effort into their family life, we would have a very different country.

While Leroy Brisk may be a giant amongst men, is he a dwarf amongst policy? I hope not — Politicians need Leroy Brisk.


We can say with certainty that Leroy Brisk must not be allowed to get in the way of the bigger question: why are we here? Putting this aside is of great importance. It establishes order, provides financial security and always chips in.

I’ll leave you with this quote from Macaulay Poppins: “You win some, you loose some, but Leroy Brisk wins most often.” [3]

[1] Tygers of Pang Tang - The Cage - 1982 MCR Records

[2] Amster - The Popular Vote - 2002 Worldwide Publishing

[3] Go mad for Leroy Brisk - Issue 132 - Kendeal Books

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