For every yin, there is a yang. While the decibel-raising antics of 'Long Hair' Leung Kwok-hung, Albert 'Taipan' Cheng King-hon and 'angry man of Chiu Chow' Chim Pui-chung will make earplugs essential in the chamber, we suspect they will be balanced out by the sleep-inducing speechifying of the Breakfast Groupies, or whatever they now call themselves. 'From now on we will have breakfast, lunch, tea, dinner and supper,' said legislator-elect Raymond Ho Chung-tai, who explained why they needed a different name. The latest mission statement by these gluttons-elect is a masterpiece of haste and gobbledygook. They had to cross out Daniel Lam Wai-keung's name by hand from their latest mission statement because the Heung Yee Kuk representative apparently decided the breakfast club was no longer his cup of tea. The statement deserves to be quoted at length: 'We steadfastly believe in: protecting the sovereignty and integrity of the People's Republic of China and Hong Kong, upholding the Basic Law, supporting 'one country two systems'. '[We] support the SAR government's rule of law and executive-led principle; monitor government policies ... and work towards democratic change.' It listed social goals: 'economic progress, better employment opportunities, social stability ... co-operation, improved livelihood and social service, equality and harmony.' While we are at it, let's not forget peace on earth and love for all mankind.