In fact,though the architecture was more "artist unknown" than "mystery novel Gaudi".
Wikipedia suggests it could be a long-dead Archbishop of Canterbury, apparently particularly concerned with, of all things, the sanctity of one vestment versus another, or it could be a derivation of "nose poker", which sounds like a rather interactive card game, but in fact is a reference to folks who poke their noses where they don't belong.
From time to time, I feel more than a bit "nosey". Today is one of those times.
Although in many ways it's more useful to just read journals and learn what the journalist wishes to share, I sometimes want to cut to the chase.
I have questions. Do you have answers?
They may be inane or incisive. They will rarely be sensational. They may require a one word answer or a few paragraphs. I may have one. I will not have more than five-ish.
You may answer in the comments, in your own journal, or not at all.
But I hope you'll answer, as it's more fun when you do.
I'm reading, and I have questions.
Would you like to supply the answers?
If so, just indicate as much in the comments, perhaps with "fire away".