Took me a while ;-)
Yes...My inspiration comes from the late 20th century MS paint era with influences from Play School and You & Me.Or something.;-)
Brilliant.Sir, I salute your indepaintability.Or some bollocks.
That could be my blog's new strap line: "Or some bollocks"This is what I love about the Yes movement, its so giving.:-)
Hmmmm. Not so giving matey. Copyright Munguin. :)
I've pinched your brilliant picture and made a leaflet from it, with then addition of a speech bubble "Run, Jeanie" and on the reverse side some text about the "Real Nuclear Threat".
No problem.Have at it.:-)
We need to talk. I shamelessly used a customised version of your brilliant photoshop job ( I added a speech bubble "Run, Jeanie") and on the reverse side a run down of the true costs of nuclear power. I sent it to someone prominent in the "yes" campaign who wants to circulate it. Its your idea, you have to say "Yes" (actually , I think I know your answer - but it is polite to ask) can you get back to me?
Hi David.You have my permission to use the image with my wee edit as you see fit.I'm chuffed that someone finds it entertaining and with you're additions, also informative too.Cheers.
Thanks for comment as always and I apologise if you have to jump through any hoops to do so. Its just that, I'm still being spammed by organisations who are certain I can't get it up or when it is up its not big enough or that I don't have anyone to get it up for.Who knew blogging could be so bad for ones self-confidence?