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Surely it's the curse of the modern world that so many people now work at a computer while the compter also provides the biggest distraction from work ever devised ... (Dave Gorman)

When I see an adult on a bicycle, I do not despair for the future of the human race. ~H.G. Wells _______________________________

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Peace out!

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To tell you the truth, I'm not sure what peace out actually means but I've heard young(er) people saying it.
28th Jan 2009, 21:20   comments (14)

Cat girl hits the canvas

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I quite like arts supply shops but hover in them like a eunuch in a brothel. I wish I could draw ...
27th Jan 2009, 19:40   | tags:comments (9)


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Strolling past the allotments yesterday.
26th Jan 2009, 11:30   comments (9)

Roald Dahl Children's Gallery

Visited the Aylesbury Museum yesterday. I wanted to see the holograms and we thought the kids would like Roald Dahl gallery.

Holograms - huge technological innovation marred by terrible, terrible sense of taste.

Roald Dahl Gallery was lots of fun though mostly only tangentially associated with the man himself. I'd read pretty much all of his writing for grown ups when I was a teenager and apart from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was pretty much oblivious to the fact he was a children's author. I do remember thinking there was a touch of the misanthrope running through his books and on top of that, a weird sort of fear of women (with their big red devouring mouths and wily seductive ways). And so now when I encounter Roald Dahl, the twinkly-eyed Grandfather I'm just a little perlexed. But then, maybe his gruesome kids tales came from the same place. That said, the kid's books really are a joy to read out loud ... unlike Enid Blyton.

Mirror me

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24th Jan 2009, 13:14   comments (3)

Shadow bowling

Griff turned 9 yesterday. For his birthday treat we took some of him and some of his friends out for bowling and eats. Griff won! Double treat.
22nd Jan 2009, 19:20   comments (21)

Me and Don McGlashan

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Terrible photo but you know, it was sneakily snapped. At a film masterclass at the University of London - a special session with New Zealand performer/musician Don McGlashan. Very intense and fascinating.
22nd Jan 2009, 09:56   | tags:comments (4)

A jokerian apparition

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He appears to believers and non-believers alike.

20th Jan 2009, 09:20   comments (7)