Seri­ous colour­ing in

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For profes­sion­al colour­ing in only. It says it on the label, see. Don’t worry, I’ve got a licence now.

Here is a highly enjoy­able song:

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  1. Well it's a good thing. You wouldn't want to be put in the posi­tion of announ­cing to the girls in your cell block that you were in for using the majik mark­ers.

    Thanks for the clip. I go through seri­ous bouts with Can…time will tell if you've set anoth­er off here.

    The last one was during a trip up north to see the inlaws. They're fine peopl but, I take any excuse to get out and about. Like going for coffee at 5am..before ayone can ask where I'm going, how long I'll be, what will I wear, etc.

    I must have listened to Tago Mago (and This Nations Saving Grace…I am always have a bout of The Fall) 100 times in three days. Driv­ing through miles of endless miles of stubbled corn fields.

    Good times.

  2. Count yer bless­ings. It's a dreary sight up there …espe­cially in the winter.

    England's such a pretty place. It's well worn and just scruffy enough to be comfy and invit­ing. North­ern Europe is pretty too but it's a little too ordered for a Crack­er like me. Britain is the only place outside of Dixie that I've felt really comfort­able.

    I've stopped by here a million times but never really stopped to read. Glad I finally did. Blog's cool. I like it.

  3. The UK is ok. I suppose it's more excit­ing if you weren't born. grew up, and spent most of your life here. There's some lovely scenery it's true.

    I'm not sure I'd want to live in the South­ern US. Too humid and reli­gious and right-wing for my tastes.

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