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'Not only does [the Londoner] barricade his house against two-legged animals of his own species, but his mania for fortification extends to precautions against wretched dogs and cats.' From Victorian London
, a vast period resource. Vaguely related, 'Has a Frog a Soul?
', T.H.Huxley's talk to the Metaphysical Society on 8 November 1870 (from The Huxley File
) which melded vivisection with philosophy - a very Victorian approach.
Elsewhere. The Ray Crowley
gallery - web art, snippets and more. Vintage auto ads
. Muscle car
ads (grainy scans). Trouser ads from the Sixties
). Old VW
ads (classics, every one of them). Early digital watches
Update: Thus far, this Congestion Charge
thing seems to be running smoothly
. The tubes and trains weren't noticeably more cramped (if that's possible), and the roads are strangely quiet. Mind you, it is half term and quite a few people have called in sick...