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Another part of the Spank The Monkey media empire: offending your brain at The Unpleasant Lair Of Spank The Monkey, offending your ears at Spank's Audio Lair, and offending your eyes right here, right now.

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Twitpic Archive: April 7th, 2011

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Original text: '@DaftLimmy Congratulations. Can we all come back now?'

(Screenshot from the climax of the day in which Limmy set himself the challenge of losing 1,000 of his 12,000 followers in 24 hours, purely through the power of his own dickishness. More about Limmy here, for those who don't know.)
17th Sep 2014, 13:43   comments (0)

Twitpic Archive: March 10th, 2011

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Original text: 'Meek's Cutoff (inspired by @bfi screwing up the projection at both #LFF and @birdseyeviewff screenings)'

(Ah, aspect ratio humour. The best kind.)
16th Sep 2014, 19:42   comments (0)

Twitpic Archive: March 1st, 2011

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Original text: 'Traffic spike on my website, after being linked to from a Guardian article about the death of #guardiantalk'

(This one, in fact.)
16th Sep 2014, 19:39   comments (0)

Twitpic Archive: January 5th, 2011

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Original text: 'In this photo, please mentally replace "GOD save the KING" with "FUCK fuck fuck FUCK". #VerbalPhotoshop'

(It was my first time, be nice.)

16th Sep 2014, 19:34   comments (0)

Crawling back to Moblog

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Um. Well, this is awkward.

I haven't updated this moblog much over the last couple of years, mainly because all of the photos I've wanted to instantly share have gone out via Twitpic. Except now Twitpic's about to shut down, and take all those empheral visual gags with it.

I haven't come up with a complete solution to the problem as yet, but in the interim I've decided to move those hundred-odd Twitpic photos over to Moblog, so at least there's an online archive of them somewhere. Enjoy them! Well, some of them. And nice to be back.
16th Sep 2014, 19:18   comments (10)

Pete Molinari, The Horsebridge Centre, Whitstable

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7th Apr 2012, 22:48   comments (0)

Ed Harcourt (and the Langley Sisters), Bush Hall

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16th Dec 2011, 22:41   comments (0)

Billy Bragg, Forum, Kentish Town

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22nd Nov 2011, 22:51   comments (5)