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“Yes, there is a conspiracy, indeed there are a great number of conspiracies, all tripping each other up… the main thing that I learned about conspiracy theories is that conspiracy theorists actually believe in the conspiracy because that is more comforting. The truth of the world is that it is chaotic. The truth is, that it is not the Jewish banking conspiracy, or the grey aliens, or the twelve-foot reptiloids from another dimension that are in control, the truth is far more frightening; no-one is in control, the world is rudderless.” – ALAN MOORE

“Although I don’t feel that it’s at all necessary to tell you how I feel about the principle of individuality, I know that I’m going to have to spend the rest of my life expressing it one way or another, and I think that I’ll accomplish more by expressing it on the keys of a typewriter than by letting it express itself in sudden outbursts of frustrated violence. . . .” – HUNTER S THOMPSON

“Rubbish!" screamed a fat, elderly woman, in Richard’s ear, as he passed her malodorous stall. “Junk!” She continued. "Garbage! Trash! Offal! Debris! Come and get it! Nothing whole or undamaged! Crap, tripe, and useless piles of shit. You know you want it.” – NEIL GAIMAN, Neverwhere

“[..]Although personally, I think cyberspace means the end of our species."
Yes? Why is that?"
Because it means the end of innovation," Malcolm said. "This idea that the whole world is wired together is mass death. Every biologist knows that small groups in isolation evolve fastest. You put a thousand birds on an ocean island and they’ll evolve very fast. You put ten thousand on a big continent, and their evolution slows down. Now, for our own species, evolution occurs mostly through our behaviour. We innovate new behaviour to adapt. And everybody on earth knows that innovation only occurs in small groups. Put three people on a committee and they may get something done. Ten people, and it gets harder. Thirty people, and nothing happens. Thirty million, it becomes impossible. That’s the effect of mass media – it keeps anything from happening. Mass media swamps diversity. It makes every place the same. Bangkok or Tokyo or London: there’s a McDonald’s on one corner, a Benetton on another, a Gap across the street. Regional differences vanish. All differences vanish. In a mass-media world, there’s less of everything except the top ten books, records, movies, ideas. People worry about losing species diversity in the rain forest. But what about intellectual diversity – our most necessary resource? That’s disappearing faster than trees. But we haven’t figured that out, so now we’re planning to put five billion people together in cyberspace. And it’ll freeze the entire species. Everything will stop dead in its tracks. Everyone will think the same thing at the same time. Global uniformity. [..]”

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  • Joined: May 2007



Good bye Tiddles. / Warrior, muse, loved friend and colleague. / The house will be more empty for your passing, not so much in a physical sense but a spiritual one. / You were the one that bumped back at the things in the night. / The warm comfort on the laps of those tired, sad or sick. / the protector of the realm that ended at our property boundary. / A life well lived. / Scatch lots of furn…
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Maybe I should have gone in this?

Fuck me / to quote:“the master of a literary form largely of her own invention”. / She writes flash fiction for fuckssake! / HERE
Posted over 5 years – 1 comments

Album Covers by Comic/Cartoon artists

This one was a no brainer combining two great loves – music and comic art. / This of course is just a small sample and hopefully I’ll build on it in the future. / Robert Crumb’s iconic cover for the Big Brother Holding Company featuring Janis Joplin. Between 1974 and 1984, Crumb drew at least 17 album covers for Yazoo Records/Blue Goose Records, including those of his own band the Che…
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Guitar Shop

The boy and I were mucking around the other night when we realized how many guitars (or more correctly stringed instruments) we had lying around the house, in cupboards, under the beds, in the attic or shed. / So we dragged them all out and had a little reminisce of each piece and their history and possible future. / No.1 is my 50th birthday present and my pride and joy an RH Ibanez ASF-80 semi a…
Posted almost 6 years – 3 comments

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