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- Northampton is the 6th album and 2nd official live album for Enter the Haggis. It became available May 4th, 2006. It is the third album on their current label, (United for Opportunity), and was produced by the band and Zach McNees.
- A town in southeast central England, on the Nene River; pop. 178,000
- Northampton is a large market town and local government district in the East Midlands region of England. It is about north-west of London and around south-east of Birmingham, and lies on the River Nene. It is the county town of Northamptonshire.
- An industrial and commercial city in west central Massachusetts, home to Smith College; pop. 29,289
- the principal city of Northamptonshire
- (tyre) Sur: a port in southern Lebanon on the Mediterranean Sea; formerly a major Phoenician seaport famous for silks
- A strengthening band of metal fitted around the rim of a wheel
- A tire (in American English) or tyre (in British English) is a ring-shaped covering that fits around a wheel rim to protect it and enable better vehicle performance by providing a flexible cushion that absorbs shock while keeping the wheel in close contact with the ground.
- A rubber covering, typically inflated or surrounding an inflated inner tube, placed around a wheel to form a flexible contact with the road
- (tyre) tire: hoop that covers a wheel; "automobile tires are usually made of rubber and filled with compressed air"
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Please note this as a formal complaint about Martin Carr’s graphic associated with Caitlin Moran’s article about the 1970’s in the issue of 27th April.
He chose to insert a gorilla’s face over the face of the Virgin Mary, and George Bush’s face over that on the Infant Jesus.
I hope he genuinely did not realise that the icon he chose to use was more than simply a “stock” image of the Madonna and Child; it is in fact an icon known as Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, and is very precious to many Catholics across the world. My interest is that it is special in the Catholic Diocese of Northampton, for which I have the privilege to work ; we have two churches named after Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, and a rare copy of this icon is displayed in a shrine church in Northampton. Catholics do not, of course, venerate pictures and objects as such, but the content and concepts which they evoke, and these may be very intimately held in our spirituality.
Martin Carr may be the kind of person who thinks it is cool and amusing to mock the images associated with religious belief: I can see from his portfolio that this is not the first time he has chosen to incorporate a Madonna & Child image into his cartoons for satiric purposes. But this use was simply gratuitous and vacuous. It is difficult to reconstruct the thought processes involved in deciding to use a Madonna image in the context of illustrating Caitlin’s Moran’s opening paragraph, which itself was purely a whimsical diversion from the main point of her article. Surely, if his point was to imagine a gorilla “nurturing” a Baby Bush, this could have been done in a more clear and amusing way ?
It is also disappointing that the inappropriateness of this kind of material was not picked up by a sub-editor, though I suppose time is short.
You (and Mr Carr) may be tired of hearing this point being made by Christians, but it bears repeating nonetheless; can you genuinely state that you would have no hesitation in publishing a picture of the prophet Mohammed with a pig’s face inserted, if it suited the pure purpose of mocking religion, and the only thing that is stopping you is the fear of possible violence ? Because if your reply would be “ No, that’s not the only reason, it is not right for us to cause gratuitous and unnecessary offence to religious people” then you should not be using illustrations like this simply because they are “only Christian” and you can get away with it without being threatened. What do you say ?
daynight! oh boy, am I getting creative with this double me thing. I agree with clarence, this is working for me!
news...news...news. I'M SO FUCKING TIRED. I'm used to working 9-5:30, with a 30 min lunch break every day, and I felt totally fine. now, I'm in class/meetings/tours from 9-5 with an hour lunch break, but I'm exhausted by...11am. I know I'll adjust to it, as soon as I get in the groove.
I've got a presentation on the Yale Center for British Art tomorrow and I'm a bit nervous. I need to print out my notes tonight but don't feel like walking to the library, grah...could do it in the morning, but I'd really like to get coffee at some point. aaaand I have loads of reading to do tonight, and one of the books is in the library so I need to go. plus, I think half the program is there right now, haha. I saw them all walk over earlier.
VERY GOOD NEWS, btw. emory is giving me a $34,000 grant for my senior year. that means that we have to pay less than $4,000 to cover tuition for the WHOLE year. this is AMAZING!!!!!!! and dad said they fucked up one of the FAFSAs so he's going to get them to redo it, which means I just may get a full ride. how fucking cRaZy would that be?? crazy and perfect. I am SO excited. I'm worth a car. $34k. just to be a nerd. even in today's economy. a.m.a.z.i.n.g.
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