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CRISP PACKET COPY 1: Pickled Onion Space Raiders
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CRISP PACKET COPY 1: Pickled Onion Space Raiders
They came…. From the darkest depths of the uncharted cosmos….
The Space Raiders.
Brightly coloured, bug-eyed, bad guys with really big brains and easily enough alien technology to take over[…]

The art of the afternoon lock-in
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I wasn’t really old enough to enjoy the illicit thrill of the afternoon lock-in, but I think myself and Mr Hopkins may have discovered the closest remaining version over the weekend.
Trying to be good boys and do something constructive with our[…]

DEATH TO THE DARKNESS
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DEATH TO THE DARKNESS
Picture this, dear Reader. We have traveled back in time to ancient Rome. A civilization of spendour, pomp, pageantry and debauchery. Here in the imperial senate we see the rich and powerful lounging on comfortable sofas content[…]

Even though almost everyone under a certain age detests the word
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Even though almost everyone under a certain age detests the word, the “sub-genre of consciously corporate-friendly art” that Tim wonders about is called “crafts“, more or less – at least if the news section of the magazi[…]

Three more thoughts on corporate art
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Three more thoughts on corporate art, after Tom’s:
1. I’ve begun to see art I’d noticed in the galleries of the East End of London popping up in corporate environments now and again. I recall seeing Christopher Bucklow’s glim[…]

Good old Theo Foley.
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Good old Theo Foley. I like Theo and he likes Exeter so I like him even more. What a good egg, speaking at a dinner in aid of the Supporters’ Trust. Well done him.
Oh ‘ hold on! What’s that at the bottom of the article? He’s […]

I only got to see Boudiccea, I mean
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I only got to see Boudiccea, I mean Boudicca, during the ad breaks of The Deal last night, but what I saw suggested that I may have made the right choice. Chelmsford 123 is not so far in the past that some of us don’t remember its piss poor att[…]

A 1979 study by Aegean University…
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“A 1979 study by Aegean University, Ankara, Turkey, found disco music to cause homosexuality in mice. The ‘Mickey Mouse Disco’ album, however, was found to raise testosterone levels in Richard Simmons.” – Journal of Dele[…]

Anyone For Coffee?
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Anyone For Coffee? Restaurant punters behaving badly is a subject it is difficult to deal with for the Publog with any real moral high ground. We all behave badly every now and then, hopefully to one another, rather than the waiting staff. After a pa[…]

Spizzazz
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Spizzazz: While we’re on about the sidebar regulars, Spizzazz is back to full posting strength with a new design (won’t load on my slow connection) and at least one new member. I’m really glad, Spizzazz is and remains terrific. Post[…]

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