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I just got "get ordained as a priest" spam. Do you think I'd look nice in a surplice? I'm not especially religious, but I do like the clothes ...

Girl on FilmApologies to everyone I intended to email last night. When I finally got home I was in too wiped out to do anything except collapse in front a documentary about chameleons Tivo had scored for me. Reinvigorated by tiny shiny lizards with prehensile tails and independently swivelling eye-turrets, I moodily coloured in this week's strip in agonising detail. Not that you can tell from the icon; damiancugley (he usually picks the icon) liked the mean'n'moody B&W panels. I wrote it after a data protection workshop ...

As you can see, my hair's gone a bit shaggy in the last few weeks ... still blue(ish) though. The pub with the scary signs in the toilet cubicles is the Magdalen Arms on Iffley Rd, though they don't quite say what I said they did. Tuesday nights are 2for1 on Belgian beers! Do you like my pajamas? They're from Jamz.

Oh, and the poetic spammer is back.

If Everything Goes Up in Flames.. piece

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Daguerre P. Gish

Comments

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marstokyo
25th Mar, 2004 05:34 (UTC)
What a FABULOUS strip this week! All those security cameras and whose life is secure these days? FIE!!
cleanskies
25th Mar, 2004 08:38 (UTC)
thanks! :D
(Anonymous)
25th Mar, 2004 08:25 (UTC)
*shivers*
Are they allowed to put cameras in toilets? How are they for your safety - to protect you from Colombian Marxists blowing coke up your nose? I reckon they should broadcast cctv over unused digital tv frequencies. I wanted to use the DPA to get my x-rays back (the x-ray of the titanium bits in my chin looked like a diamante brooch) but apparently it doesn't apply.
cleanskies
25th Mar, 2004 08:37 (UTC)
Re: *shivers*
I wanted my x-rays, too, but I think they recycle the film. I've got pictures (MRI scans) of my brain, though -- I'll just have to be satisfied with that.

I never did spot the cameras in the pub loos. It's possible that they were behind the mirrors ....
ceciley
25th Mar, 2004 10:47 (UTC)
loverly strip. At work they have cameras watching a corridor, and you can see yourself walking away. Somehow it always feels abit strange to be able to watch your own retreating back. Like spying on yourself.
cleanskies
29th Mar, 2004 03:13 (UTC)
I really like it when that happens
except when I notice my bald spot :(
bugshaw
25th Mar, 2004 10:58 (UTC)
My brain is itching trying to remember the sf book I read where you could go into a booth, pay a bit of money, and watch a randomly put-together montage of CCTV footage of yourself.

Plus, I have a very green chameleon hand puppet, complete with independently mobile eyes (and a moveable tongue). It lives on our bookcase.
cleanskies
29th Mar, 2004 03:14 (UTC)
tell me if you remember!
... that's a bit of future I'd like to be there to see.

So how do the chameleon eyes work? Do you have to push your fingers into the backs of its eyes?
applez
25th Mar, 2004 15:16 (UTC)
Really important comic
I meant to write a review of the comix event I went to last night, will get around to it later.

Just want to say that your strip from this week reminds me of my visit to Singapore - "Failure to Flush Will Result in $50 Fine" in all the public lavatories ... and yes, they had cameras to enforce.

Bleeding fascist city-state that. Be careful Britain!
cleanskies
29th Mar, 2004 03:15 (UTC)
BE CAREFUL BRITAIN
I think I'll put that on my t-shirt.
(Anonymous)
8th May, 2004 05:32 (UTC)
Girls On Film
Duran Duran .. loved that song

Am posting your comix up on the Fun and Games board, on Gingerbeer, with a link to your site. I think you deserve some extra publicity.

Hope you don't mind.

C'mon where's this week's strip ...

- FireHorse
( 11 worms — Feed the birds )