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8 August 2001
Twenty-one “pretty much the same”

23 June 2001
Internet Grammar Lady “bad” and “wrong”

30 May 2001
Teeth “constant source of infection”—doctor

18 May 2001
Powell denies he has “great abs”

17 May 2001
Mordeno: Check yourself out!
“He had a winning smile, but everything else was a loser.”
—George C. Scott
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In my spare time, I like to draw cartoons. Some of them end up getting published in various places, like student newspapers and course handouts; others just live in a Clearfile that I take with me pretty much everywhere. I'm always flattered that people actually pester me to let them look at my cartoons... It's kind of like being famous without any of the obvious drawbacks like paparazzi.

Here's a selection of my favourite cartoons. This is by no means all of them, but it's a lot of my more recent ones, anyway. If you want to see more, come and find me sometime :)

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Started out of my utter frustration with people's lackadaisical attitude to common courtesies like grammar, spelling and punctuation, the Complete Retard's Guide has achieved some small notoriety through the pages of Canta. It's turned into my first experiment with reader interaction, and also with ‘modular’ formats. Each episode can be divided roughly into twelve frames, so that for printing, a 4 × 3 (landscape) or 3 × 4 (portrait) version can be produced, and for online viewing, a more slender 2 × 6 version comes in handy.
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Everybody knows a Nice Guy. This series of cartoons is about my own experiences. If you've ever wanted to see what we're really like, read this. It might change your perceptions in some way, for whatever reason.
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