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About meAfter several years of being a member of LT, I thought I would talk about one of my interests.

I do like Cartoons.
To me they epitomise we humans. They reflect our foibles, our stupidities and our strengths.
For the last few years I have helped build a Web-site
devoted to an Australian Cartoonist who I consider is important.

A man who took his beliefs in a JUST society,
and used his skills as a Cartoonist, to gently prod us in that direction.
IRONY was his tool.
He didn't need the cruel whip of sarcasm to make his point.
Although reading about him, and his passion for politics, and when he "exploded" in a rage about the stupidity of some conservative politician of his time, I am quite surprised that that anger didn't show in his strips.

Obviously, I am a FAN and am biased,

Please do have a look at http://colonelpewter.com

About my libraryYep, I own every book and it's on a shelf. The floor counts as a shelf. Doesn't it?

A while on of adding DVD's (carefully!) I might start to add Dad's 1000+ Classical LP's. Not just yet you understand. Films seem easy compared to LP's/music. GULP!

GroupsAll Things Discworldian - The Guild of Pratchett Fans, Ancient History, Art is Life, Australian LibraryThingers, Birds, Birding & Books, Book reviewers, Bookcases: If You Build/Buy Them, They Will Fill, Bug Collectors, Cartoons, Cats, books, life is good.show all groups

Favorite authorsArthur Horner, Rudyard Kipling, W. Somerset Maugham, Cordwainer Smith, Jack Vance (Shared favorites)

VenuesFavorites

Favorite bookstoresCity Basement Books, Collected Works, Flinders Books, Kill City Crime Books, Minotaur

Real nameGuido Susts

LocationMelbourne, Australia

Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/guido47 (profile)
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TinyCathttps://www.librarycat.org/lib/guido47

Member sinceSep 20, 2007

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