‘Fallen Loved Ones’ is a request, from me, reaching out to ask you to provide a photograph and personal details of a ‘Loved One’ lost in war. Your ‘Loved One’s’ pictures and details would be included, along with those of my father Eric, in my up coming show THE WALL, as an act of remembrance. The ‘Fallen Loved One’ does not have to have been a soldier. Civilian deaths are equally, if not more, harrowing.
Sadly, the Fallen Loved One's Gallery appears to be down, but you can find out more, here: Fallen Loved Ones.
Whooot! Just in time for Halloween! Michael Moorcock's new Doctor Who novel THE COMING OF THE TERRAPHILES to be released October 28, 2010.
So glad to live in a country where (for the most part) we can watch what we want to, form our own opinions and have a debate about it. When it comes to the environment the Japanese propaganda machine just keeps rolling! By the way, if any of you have not seen The Cove, you should!
Link: Here is a blog with an interesting perspective. It makes some interesting cultural comparisons and points out some hypocrisy, There are some good points made here. I still think this dolphin slaughter needs to stop. I still have serious concerns about the Japanese government's cover ups and excuses on many things regarding the environment and the safety of their own people.