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One of the best ways to make a point on the internet – satirical or otherwise – is to create a ‘meme’. For the uninitiated, this is a picture that has been modified to make a point, then sent around the net via Facebook, Twitter or other social networking sites. Some of the recent ones have been very good so, while I work on my next piece (probably Cameron selling weapons to the Middle East), I thought I’d put them on show.
Chris Tandy said:
He deserves to die. I recommend suicide before somebody knifes him in the back…not me of course.Give society a break Iain, go to hell.