Monday, 14 March 2011

ad hominem

... yesterday morning (Sunday) I discovered a comment that was actually written a couple of weeks ago in the Hackney Citizen; in it I'm accused of being a pseudo-anarchist-control-freak.

What an insult.

Pseudo-anarchist-control-freaks are so very last century.

If you have to label me, then you could at least make the effort to catch up. I'm an anarcho-transhumanist-fairy sweetie.

Wednesday, 9 March 2011

meanwhile on page 11


... including ex police officer "Deep Purple" who has now twice attempted to recontextualise me as that old simplistic sitcom stereotype - Wolfie Smith. I replied that this says more about his own mind than having anything to do with me. And that one simply has to google me to see that I am something far more original and multi-dimensional.

Tuesday, 8 March 2011


... over on Digitalspy, forum member Keiƍ Line said: "While I initially dismissed the suggestion on the first page that you are simply attention seeking, under the condition known as "persecution chic", I am being drawn to this as an explanation of your action and attitude."


... To which I replied as Biomorph04: "Persecution chic would imply that I felt like some kind of a victim. But I don't and I never have. I do not identify with victim culture nor your persecution chic. I am a confident citizen who believes there are no masters."

Thursday, 3 March 2011

Being prevented from taking photos outside a train station in London 3rd Mar 2011


"Dear Russell, Thank you for entering TED’s inaugural Ads Worth Spreading initiative. We deeply appreciate your interest in this effort and though we were not able to award your work this year, we are honored by your participation."