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# Some Rasterbated images from the weekend
Bush and Blair, pre-fabricated, 96 sheets, 2mx3m

Hero Bush, put up 'live' with blu-tak, 36 sheets, 2mx1.2m

Oh, and I found a few pictures of cats:

[edit] Argh! Kill it! Kiilll iiiiiiit!

[edit] Mmmm, chilled freckle:

'4 year old female MaineCoon/Manx. 17lbs, 6 toes on each paw.'
(, Mon 22 Mar 2004, 9:54, archived)
# The combination of peacenik protestors
and a rugby game, made getting into a pub in CharingX rather difficult at the weekend.
Nevermind paying £3.80 for a pint!

Power to the people, etc!

[edit: subconciously, I am Woo!ing your posters and all that they stand for.]
(, Mon 22 Mar 2004, 9:57, archived)
# while still
being patriotic enough to watch rugby, and consumerist enough to drink beer.

take your pick.
(, Mon 22 Mar 2004, 10:28, archived)
# You can't beat
the system.

(, Mon 22 Mar 2004, 10:31, archived)
# You mean you
went outside and physically posted stuff? Never thought of that. Going outside, I mean.
woo yay (ooh- you're just short of your 4000th post btw...)
(, Mon 22 Mar 2004, 10:00, archived)
# heh
reminds me of that lovely image someone made "only girls celebrate post counts" heh
(, Mon 22 Mar 2004, 10:07, archived)
# Nice posters Manic
Looks like you need a full bleed printer though :)
(, Mon 22 Mar 2004, 10:05, archived)
# Yay!
well done you. And that's more than a few cats!
(, Mon 22 Mar 2004, 10:05, archived)
# Well done there sir
I cannae get rasterbator working, buggeration
(, Mon 22 Mar 2004, 10:11, archived)
# Hmmm...
I need oil and petrol for my car to get to work and go and see people.

Saddam Hussein was clearly a bad lunatic.

The citizens, especially women of Muslim nations will benefit enormously from democracy, which may produce some slightly more temperate attitudes in Arabs.

People who have time to put energy into silly protests are likely to be living from my taxes.

I would like to start an anti moronic protestor protest, but unfortunately I don't have the time.
(, Mon 22 Mar 2004, 10:34, archived)
# A good thing you changed it from 'anti moron protest'
to 'anti moronic protestor protest'. For a minute there, you were by definition not allowed to attend your own demonstration - not that you wouldn't have been suitably demonstrative.
(, Mon 22 Mar 2004, 10:40, archived)
# What is the big deal about Iraq?
Overall, surely everyone has benefitted?

I fail to see what there is to piss one's pants about.

Although perhaps it's more about protestors' self publicity, swapping lager and comparing tattoos, piercings and poor hair styling?
(, Mon 22 Mar 2004, 10:53, archived)
# I rest
my case.
(, Mon 22 Mar 2004, 11:00, archived)
# Perhaps if you would state your case
regarding Iraq it might be open to intelligent debate?
(, Mon 22 Mar 2004, 11:37, archived)
# 10,000 dead civilians is a big deal
Not to mention the 684 dead coalition forces and countless dead Iraqi military, and the hundred billion or so dollars spent to date.
(, Mon 22 Mar 2004, 14:34, archived)