Monthly Archives: December 2015

Scruffy love

I try not to think too much in years, but it’s inevitable that you do. People keep telling me 2016 will be better, and while I appreciate the thought, nobody really knows what lies ahead. Hope is all we have … Continue reading

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Banksys too smug to fail

I often read the words “Banksy is a genius” by the kinds of people who think Star Wars was the greatest movie ever made. He’s not a great artist, but he is a purveyor of the single entendre, a visual … Continue reading

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Ray of light entertainment

When I woke up this morning, I suddenly felt better about the world. I couldn’t work it out until I looked on the internet and discovered Madonna had held a midnight vigil at Place de la Republique, singing ‘Imagine’ while … Continue reading

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Long shadows and high hopes

It’s December and I feel a blog coming on what with Advent commencing, and the advent of war just around the corner (for the UK, who look all set to pile in like Scrappy Doo). From France the bombing is … Continue reading

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