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Author Archives: chrispagefiction
Humanity’s all shagged out (and I feel fine)
Let’s be clear: the slow death of humanity through mass infertility is a good thing. This nightmare vision of SF and dystopian literature is, to the well-organised mind, a dream come true. For decades scientists have been telling us about … Continue reading
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Labour’s limp rag
When you have no real ideas, drape yourself in the flag.
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Something to look forward to. The dignity of labour. A productive life.
Yes, I was feeling very happy last night at the prospect of the imminent Monday so I expressed myself, I did. I expressed myself in images, which, we are told, is the thing to do. Procreate and iPad, if you … Continue reading
Boll-ox to the year of the steak
Dateline: January 1st, 2021, on my sofa I was mildly puzzled this last week to see that beef was being energetically promoted at the supermarket. Beef in Japan is expensive, steaks especially so. But the local Seiyu had piles and … Continue reading
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Is 2020 hindsight 2021 foresight?
A happy new year to all my readers — I hope.
The behind the scenes deals that seal no deal
Of course there’s no deal. There was never meant to be a deal. The talk, the manoeuvring, the posturing, the negotiations have been an elaborate pantomime, a pretence at getting a deal because no deal was what Johnson and his … Continue reading
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Seitaro Kuroda — artist in perpetual motion
Golden Week. Exploring Osaka with my camera I stopped by Hozenji, Namba, and found a jazz band setting up inside the temple and, nest to the band, an artist arranging drawing paper and coloured pens on a table. Hozenji is … Continue reading
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This image was originally posted on The Cannibal’s Gazette, and now by my popular demand, reposted here. “Gaping wound? Heart flayed bare? Time to dismantle capitalism.” The inhumane have long since taken over the world and are cannibalising us. Time … Continue reading
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Cartoon with square wheels
Brexit: reinventing the wheel and making it square. I dashed this one off really quickly in an hour before heading out to work, which is why it’s so scrappy. But I liked the idea even though I haven’t re-drawn it.