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THE ULTIMATE FUTURE SHOCK
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THE ULTIMATE FUTURE SHOCK – by Al Ewing, scanned and uploaded by me. Enjoy![…]

Miss Teak
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Miss Teak
Stuff Ingenuity and Culture in Contemporary Danish Crafts.
This was the York Quay’s offing for the SuperDanish festival, held in the Harbourfront center of Toronto would have been perfect, an examination of northern culture and how it[…]

WE WON
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WE WON!!
i think i blogged before abt how the real secret deep winner of the election in four days time will be watchumcall non-mainstream modes of journalism: here a smart old-schooler eloqently concedes defeat on exactly this issue
(the pervasive[…]

PCGMWatch: October
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PCGMWatch: October
A DUP councillor in Northern Ireland who subjected a colleague to a campaign of homophobic abuse and got successfully prosecuted for it. “On one occasion Templeton bent over in front of [victim], patted his backside and said,[…]

Poetry in a foreign language
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Poetry in a foreign language
If you have the chance to go to the current Steve McQueen exhibition at the South London Gallery until the 7th of November, go. But if you do go, try not to hear anything about it beforehand. That’s how I went, on S[…]

The Essential Essentials
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I did a ‘pick of the Trojan box sets’ over at ILM, which went down pretty well, then someone on I Love Comics asked for a similar view on the Marvel Comics Essential volumes (5-600 pages of vintage comics in B&W on cheap paper for ab[…]

I saw the film I’m Not Scared in August
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I reviewed it here. It was alright. It did not leap out at me, perhaps because it struck me as a slightly more serious children?s film foundation attempt. In Italian.
I got the book for my birthday. Problem is I have seen the film, so I know what hap[…]

Naughty Norty!
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Naughty Norty!
Relive the Rogue Trooper saga, the 2000AD story that pretty much defined the ‘future war’ genre. The thing which struck me was quite how many Rogue Trooper stories there were (and even so this guide sensibly gives up after […]

magritte endorses kerry
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magritte endorses kerry:
“‘Sacre bleu, vive le France,’ say some other candidates. ‘Ceci n’est pas une pipe.‘”
(eg more political discussion from fafnir an giblets) (i kinda know this is not genuine frontli[…]

My Theory Of Magazine Buying
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My Theory Of Magazine Buying
Apologies if I have gone into this before. Inspired by a Dissensus thread on the well-meaning Observer Music Monthly.
Basically once you’ve got to the stage where you actually know about something it’s best to[…]

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