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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Nelson Mandela 90th Birthday this week.

Cartoon in his honor.
He is apparently still on the terrorist list in the US.
for gods sake..

Friday, July 11, 2008

James Barlow

Can’t seem to return the comments on his blog. I do hopes he takes up my offer to meet for a coffee. I remember going to draw Andy Burnem MP, just before he ate his way out of his pod and took up government.
Is Mr Barlow brave enough to meet me?

Friday, July 4, 2008

Sunday, June 29, 2008

Northern Irish report/ Protestant version of catholtat. 29th June 08

Being a consumer of Catholtat, e.g. Virgin Mary ruler and pen sets, pope clocks, Vatican jewellery boxes,
I am delighted to have found a rare and delightful example of protestant religious Tat. It’s a picture of hedgehogs with the quote about the wages of sin on it. One can only imagine you have to sit on a hedgehog for eternity.
The Giants causeway has been invaded by German plastic bag people.

Friday, June 20, 2008

The question of Flying Monkeys

The Film 'Flash Gordon' did indeed feature flying individuals, but they were flying Brian Blessededs, an unfair comment, I feel, on a fine English actor. Shame on you.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Caroline Spelman 'Nannygate'

Jun 8, 2008

Conservative Party chairman Caroline Spelman is due to meet Westminster's ethical watchdog to discuss allegations that she misused public funds to pay a nanny.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Monday, June 2, 2008

Northan Irish report

'Photo of real rocks at sunset on a promenade in NI'.

The lips of time bear down,
like the hairy mouth of the well-meaning kindly old women who play's piano at Balett,for flushed fat little girls and the embarrassed boy in tights,

Should have been Captin,
Captin kamikaze Guinness now.
And is so with in his rights;
the medals for real life would tip him sideways.
Sill jealous of her, middle age and still makes me look like a rugby aunt.
Made of steel cast in gold.

Know now, that Irish society now holds together with out a hint of police.
Col. Sanders see the boys in bluebottle more then most.

The North coast has motorbikes in its blood; they found the Holy Grail of posttraumatic stress syndrome need for adrenalin.
It’s the painted curb that looks so good.
Nether red, blue, green and gold,
It’s the white stripe of racing.
A flash of impact.
To selfless love, of the motorbike racer, hes so entertaining,
his passing so fast then devastating.
Its white rock brilliant against the fucken grey.

Gnarly old Irish bloke in real fisherman’s pub.” So you enjoying your Holladay?”
Me”Iv seen my first wild dolphin to day and Iv waited 38 years to see it”
“Youuurr ree aaa” He pin balls as fast as he can down the mustard crumbling airtex corridor, away from me.
Parked me space ship behind the pub..
Its been a perfict day.

We all had to kiss her at the end of every Ballit class, that scary hairy mouth of the piano player.
A small price to pay for being a flower.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Thursday 17 April. Question Time.Life Drawing.

The panel will include the Deputy Leader of the Labour Party Harriet Harman, the chairman of the Conservative Party Caroline Spelman, the Liberal Democrat spokesman on housing Lembit Opik, the author and columnist for The Mirror Tony Parsons and the right-wing commentator Simon Heffer.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

A vew from a clothes shop in Derry/londonderry

Hears a wee messabout with me new drawing tablit.

Its called 'Large orange bag £100...'

Friday, February 22, 2008


Did this reacently for someone who’s rather blooming lovely and likes a bit o dolly. Idear was ripped from 'D' joke and 'j' said there is a kids tv puppit who likes her who has a mono brow.
Yes I know its not the right spelling.

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Police pay demonstration 23rd January 2008-01-23

Had a chat with Tony Ben.
He’s been bugged by the police over his career but still finds the time to turn up at the demo in their baseball cap.
He was voicing his surprise at the current policy of alienating the police force.

I took my kid to see him talk many years ago when she was two.
After I asked her what she thought of him. She replied that he was’ ruff and sticky’.

Had the urge several times to shout 'Anyone have the time?' during the march.
The pubs round westminster did not know what hit them by lunch time.

A strange day?On a scale of 1 to 10 it was a 23.

Police pay demonstration 23rd January 2008-01-23

I was very interested in what would happen when we entered the demonstration exclusion zone, the sky didn’t fall down but it was full of choppers, you could cut the atmosphere outside the home office with a knife.

Police pay demonstration 23rd January 2008-01-23

Try something new today.

Police pay demonstration 23rd January 2008-01-23

Nick Robinson looking genuine thrown as a tsunami of white baseball caps swept around him. I think he was trying to find one of them to talk to him.

Police pay demonstration 23rd January 2008-01-23

There was such a feeling of uncertainty, like watching a giant pack of sheep dogs herd each other.

I had been in a riot after a demonstration on the same spot that was police charged on horseback.
They took to it like ducks to water.

Police pay demonstration 23rd January 2008-01-23

Over policing of demo.

Police pay demonstration 23rd January 2008-01-23

The joy of photograping the police.

Police pay demonstration 23rd January 2008-01-23


Police pay demonstration 23rd January 2008-01-23

Weirdness alert on red.

I was invited to come and observe the march by artist and WPC ‘X’.
On the way down to London on the coach, my national express bus was passed by coach’s full of hung over, confused, jolly and apprehensive police.
They were unmistakeable.
The people that will walk into rock clubs with creases in there trousers.
. A text exchange with ‘X’ confirmed that her coach load of cops had already been mooned at by another coach load of cops on the motorway.

As I came round the corner of Achilles way, It’s hard to describe the shock of being among so many policemen.