The Charge of the Light Brigade to continue

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15 Responses to The Charge of the Light Brigade to continue

  1. John Graham says:

    Simply a has bean?

    More like a bad penny!

  2. Green Sand says:

    Always Ab fab Fen, but this time even better!

    Methinks we are fast approaching the countdown:-
    “Always onward rode the 600”

  3. orkneylad says:

    fen – great stuff.

    “A rare invention to destroy the crowd
    Of fools at home instead of fools abroad.
    Fear not, my friends, this terrible machine,
    They’re only wounded who have shares therein.”

  4. alexjc38 says:

    Extraordinary, how world events can threaten (or promise) to turn on a brief but significant incident. A fruit seller’s suicide sparks revolution across the Middle East. DSK’s arrest dooms the Euro? And three points on the wrong driver’s licence changes UK energy policy? All for the want of a nail…

  5. AdrianS says:

    What a laugh Huhne was a director of a speed camera company
    “Live by the sword , die by the sword”
    Billy Nojob, froma council estate in Essex , if he breaks the law should feel the full force of it, and restrict his carbon emissions. But for our great Liberal leaders no such rules should apply!
    Fen, as ever a true pleasure to look at your cartoons.
    Might even give the Renaultsport a blat out to celebrate tonight!

  6. tallbloke says:

    Nice work Fen.

    “There’s letters seal’d, and my two schoolfellows,
    Whom I will trust as I will adders fang’d—
    They bear the mandate, they must sweep my way
    And marshal me to knavery. Let it work;
    For ’tis the sport to have the enginer
    Hoist with his own petard, an’t shall go hard
    But I will delve one yard below their mines
    And blow them at the moon.”

    Hamlet Act 3, scene 4, 202–209

  7. Amanda says:

    Fenbeagle: I LOVE the fuzzy dice in the window. Just terrific. And Cameron looks just exactly right: a man that would have made a lovely headmaster at a selective boys’ school (if it were not selective, I doubt he’d have the sinews needed to keep order).

  8. colliemum says:

    Brilliant stuff, fen!

    Just one tiny little criticism: did you have to make Huhne look like a handsome, tragic prince, above?
    I’m sure Flash Gordon would’ve forgiven you if Huhne, in his borrowed finery, would’ve looked fat and verry disgruntled.

    But I love you and your art anyway, fen!

  9. Very pretty. But I’m stuck verifying Huhne former directorship.
    Clues? Company name?

  10. Zeke says:

    That was no spam, that was my comment. (:

  11. Zeke says:

    Since Huhne finds windturbines to be so “beautiful,” then this is classic and ready for art galleries everywhere (:

    I have come to understand Picasso’s painting “Guernica” as a prophecy for Europe.
    see: “Mental Museum, Guernica”

  12. TG McCoy says:

    Very good stuff here. One thing I noticed about the British Press -they will turn on a politico
    like pirana’s on a pig. Here in the USA there are certain protected classes guarded by the
    Here in Oregon windfarmms are cropping up like mushrooms on compost.
    Oh, Tallbloke quoted my favorite line from Hamlet..

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