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So, I’ve been working on a fair few things today, not least of which has been this image.

Of course, I made it more difficult and time consuming by not saving it, and having PS crash on me, but still, such is life!

Of course, the crash prompted me to change the font, and do a few other things. Initially, it was supposed to be a red A with a burning halo, but I decided against that after this experiment!

Now, I’m going to get back to writing. I have a new script idea to get going on while I take a little break from the current big project…


Originally published at Ayoub. You can comment here or there.


Aug. 13th, 2010 12:34 pm
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A new home, a new site, a new theme.
A central place for writing related news, and anything else I want to put out there publicly…
An easy link to give people.
And, of course, geekiness to play with.

Also, because I never truly learn anything until I use it in anger, so to speak :D

Which, of course, means that things may change every now and then!

Originally published at Ayoub. You can comment here or there.

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Check out [livejournal.com profile] idiomagic for updates from Iran as they fight for freedom.

Some of the posts may be difficult to read.
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My thoughts are with the people of Mumbai...

I despise religion today.
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Rest In Peace, Isaac

Bring the Funk, wherever you go...
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This has to be one of the funniest news items I've read in a while...

Funny, as in that handbasket had better be ready soon for the ride into hell... Of all the reasons for violence in the world, this has to be one of the most ridiculous.

Reading further into the article, though, it seems like the whole thing is rooted in homophobia... Which just makes it even more ridiculous.

Will the human race ever grow up?


Sep. 20th, 2007 12:31 pm
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Moroninho gone? (That's a deliberate typo btw)
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Bombs in India, Arson in Greece, and more of our boys killed in a "Friendly Fire" incident involving our closest allies...

The world is already in hell, the handbasket weavers can stop.


Jul. 12th, 2007 03:30 pm
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This guy is a great example of determination over adversity. I hope he gets to compete in the Olympics... :D
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Woman jailed for 'hiring hitman'

Not glamorous at all...

Hitmen hired by suburban women... what next? Kids hiring them to take out a bully? Or an annoying pet?

This world is so random, I want to get off.
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Sleep is a wonderful thing, I could do with more of it.

Indirect terrorism?

Somebody started selling bottled sacred "Zam Zam" water in Westminster.
The funny thing is, the genuine stuff can't be legally exported from Saudi Arabia for commercial sale.
The second funny thing is, this bottled stuff contains high levels of nitrate, and three times the permitted levels of Arsenic.
A conspiracy? Who knows, but it's definitely a product that Muslims would buy, and pretty much no-one else.

Riots in Birmingham

Rioting, shooting, killing, one might think we live in chaos.
Oh, sorry, we do.

More killings

Israel and Palestine are continuing on their path to mutual annihilation. Sometimes, I'm so sick of the state of affairs there, that I don't bother talking about it, but today, I figured I'd reiterate my absolute hatred of the tactics and methods employed by both sides in that conflict. I'd raze the place myself, and leave the entire area uninhabitable.

More later, maybe...
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A 12 year old girl was slashed in the face at school.

She needed 30 stitches

All because she tried to help a friend who was being bullied.

She's lucky not to have lost an eye.

This world just gets worse.


Oct. 20th, 2005 10:44 am
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Foxing the Ban

So fox hunting is up despite the 'ban'? Well, if you're going to ban something, ban it properly I say, but as usual, this government makes a hash out of everything.

As far as hunting goes though, I'm not supportive, but I don't see a reason to ban it. And while I think all animals deserve a right to live, I'd also rather see hunting of animals than of humans...

Also, they say that 223,000 more people migrated to the UK than left in 2004. That just proves that although expensive, this country is still a great place to live :D

Again, the US are interfering with what another country does. I wonder if we'll start seeing some propaganda soon portraying the Chinese as the next evil empire to be crushed...
America doesn't like competition, and China are becoming exactly that...

More hurricane evacuations, this time for Wilma... I hope everyone in the path stays safe...
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US Troops 'starve Iraqi citizens'

Not a good headline to start off a day with.

Human rights investigator Jean Ziegler said they had driven people out of insurgent strongholds that were about to be attacked by cutting supplies.

There seems to be no respect for human life over there.

But on a certain level, I can understand how this tactic can be positive. If the civilians are forced to leave because of food, then collateral damage can be reduced, but that is only providing all of the people in the town are healthy enough to move.

The entire situation disgusts me beyond words...


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