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...of my very disorganized personal library, I rediscovered my copy of Naomi Klein's Shock Doctrine. I suspected as much, and my memory didn't betray me. Chapters 11 and 12 are devoted to what might be called an inquest or autopsy into some of the other root causes of Grazhdanin Putin's rise to political dominance in Moskva.

And from there, I think I'll spend part of the afternoon watching Agents of SHIELD as I catch up on my e-mail.

More on other matters as the day wears on.
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I'm watching the documentary inspired by Naomi Klein's book tonight.

I'll leave it at that for now.
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Started layout roughs for page 18 of # 2 tonight. I am pleased with the progress, although I need to do a bit of tinkering still before I'm happy enough to go to detailed pencils. I love Comic Life for setting up panel locations, sizes and for letting me remind myself to make room for the letterer to work. If you're not doing everything yourself - and oft-times, even if you are - you need to remember to do this sort of thing as a rule.

It still doesn't excuse me from having to do actual pencil work on actual paper, thankfully. Which is good, as I enjoy that practice.

Moving on...

A bit of news from BC, where the RCMP have undertaken what is surely one of their odder security details to date. Go take a look, and see if "odd" is in fact a good word for it.

I want to rant a bit about the Canadian Television Fund situation, but am finding that others are voicing my concerns better than I. Denis McGrath for instance...

Also, I started reading The Shock Doctrine today. Seemed like a good time to finally get around to that, especially after Michael Byers' Intent for a Nation

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