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About jonbirch

animator, illustrator, character designer, graphic designer. music producer/recording musician. co-owner of PROOST. proost.co.uk
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20 Responses to 1044

  1. oh dear lord noooo …

  2. jonbirch says:

    thought i should let you all know. this cartoon is not autobiographical, or at least does not in any way represent my current state… i’m actually in not bad nick, thanks. but thanks to those who sent out nice messages to me… rest assured all is well. :-) x

  3. I’ve never thought of you as broken beyond repair, your not a bad old dog really :) (i meant that nice by the way) i do wonder sometimes though can someone get to such a state as unrepairable, i always think of this when i remember my Dad, he was such a confused old boy and never seemed to find any peace …

    I usually have the advice of anyone is not beyond repair but sometimes that can just be an excuse for not answering difficult questions honestly …

  4. goodfield says:

    Jon I think your getting like my local bus service! :-)

  5. @goodfield – I’m glad Jon is not like my local bus service,,,then he would be broken beyond repair! :-)

  6. subo says:

    lego man looses hat

  7. mittlivogis says:

    sounds familiar…

  8. Pat says:

    But is repair always assumed to involve return to same state/constitution as that pertaining prior to damage? If not then there might well be other possibilities: So maybe one might be beyond repair (in this sense), but not beyond revitalisation; or perhaps one it might be that one could not be returned to a former state but one could be reconstituted differently.

  9. jonbirch says:

    a bit like chicken becoming nuggets? :-) or, if you’re in redemptive mood, becoming kfc! :-)

  10. Pat says:

    :lol: :lol:
    There goes my grand idea – deflated with a neat example! Maybe even broken beyond repair :razz:

  11. subo says:

    on a thoughtful note, being broken has been such a inhibiting experience of life for me, I know all the talk about not waiting till your made new – but it’s hard to convince one’s self your ready to contribute, when everyone keeps looking at you as though your the problem

  12. subo says:

    oh, and you’ve lost me Jon, in what sense is kfc redemptive?

  13. jonbirch says:

    subo… i was being ironic… but i must confess to really liking that crispy, greasy, salty exterior of a bread-crumbed chicken breast as provided by the colonel. though i know it’s wrong. :-)

  14. Forrest says:

    He may think he’s broken beyond repair, question is, what does God think?

  15. subo says:

    hi Jon, sorry, am still a bit penitent after reading an article on liberation v creation as the key to understanding the environment – “looking at the environment through the lens of prophecy”, Eurig Scandrett, published in the Coracle.

    i guess i’d viewed my part of our responsibility to care for the environment as gaining a few little halo sparkles for the odd act of recycling, Eurig’s imagery of oppression, slavery or liberation, looking at the way food is produced and the impact on the workers & the environment, cut home a bit deeper, and thus i find myself checking out the free range & organic stickers as much as fairtrade. in Eurig’s eye’s, the wanton kfc muncher is actively taking part in the oppression – (as is the hard pressed shopper buying a cheap bag of non-organic spuds) aaaah, oh, well, now i know

  16. Forrest Scott Wood says:

    Sometimes when a person is dealing with multiple causes of bad health on a daily basis he or she tries to limit the chemicals and trash as much as possible in interest of health reinforcement. But so many things are affected by what Subo describes that it gets overwhelming given the lack of energy, physical and mental, and resources and one just gives up.

  17. i keep looking at this image and want to fix it … #isitjustme

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