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  1. Tony Saddington

    February 2, 2009 at 10:17 am

    Nice one Karl. I hope the museum is keeping copies of yours and other images that appear on TT for the future.

    I understand the ceiling at Forestry HQ needs painting.
    Are you interested?

  2. Bob McMahon

    February 1, 2009 at 7:29 pm

    Beautiful work Karl. Your creative genius is so dependent on the idiocy of our peculiar brand of fools that I despair, on your behalf and in the cause of art, at their eventual, perhaps imminent, disappearance from the surface of this earth. You may have to take up abstract art or religious painting. The latter is the most likely is my guess, because the disappearance of the cauchemar of Gay, Gray, Gordon etc from this too, too sullied island will be proof positive of the existence of a benevolent force in the universe.

  3. Mike Bolan

    February 1, 2009 at 5:58 pm

    Strength to strength Karl.

  4. Shirley

    February 1, 2009 at 11:00 am

    Good one Karl! I’ve also been thinking that Gay has been believing what he tells us. After all, he is really most gullible, and undiscerning of actuality. I have been waiting for him to put his foot in his mouth with the wrong people, and the ASX are definitely the wrong people. At last some real power might be looking at the credibility of Gunns’ spin without the unclear vision of Government, both State and Federal.

  5. River Voice

    January 30, 2009 at 1:47 pm

    Well, yet another master stroke by Karl!
    One day in years to come, when the schools teach and prcatice early childhood education in holistic land management practice,this image may be useful to tell them what happend to Tasmania since the first woodchip export license was issues in the early 1970s. Over the following three decade, these men and their followers altered the landscape, depopulated the country towns and concentrated investment into greedy oversized projects.
    But it was only a short period,in the time of nature. The damage to Tasmania however will live on, well past the time when these faces are no longer in motion.

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