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Phillip M Jackson
United Kingdom
Current Residence: The darkest corner of England
Favourite genre of music: Contemporary Classics (A contradiction, but accurate appraisal)
Favourite style of art: Comic book/Anime/Manga
Personal Quote: "Fortune favours the prepared"
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On the 18th of September, Scotland may break from the UK.
As a resident of these isles, I can tell you that the general atmosphere surrounding the vote is a bit…..”meh”.
This is kind of alarming. It’s a big f**king deal for both sides of the border and people should be paying a little more attention, especially up in Scotland, since it’s they who will determine what transpires.

My opinion on the matter is that unity brings strength, but people have a right to decide their own future and if the Scots feel they’re better off going solo then they should vote “Yes”.
However, I feel that those behind the calls for independence (the same people who will hold power with a “yes” vote) are playing on an opportunity presented to them by the economic downturn between 2008 and now. It’s made their sales pitch much more enticing to those whose finances were shaken over the last 6 years by evil forces in London (naturally, they don’t mention that all corners of Britain suffered, just as most of the Western world). They’re telling people that breaking from the UK will lead to greater prosperity for all North of the border.

And if you just give that Nigerian banker your credit card details, he’ll give you $1,000,000.

Never trust a politician, especially one who says the future is paved with gold (but only if you give him power).

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:iconmarshall123x:
Marshall123x Featured By Owner Edited 5 days ago
I purchased your latest Apsara. At first i thought " Shoot, i ain't scurd! " Bought it, read it, now i am scurd. Good job. I honestly wonder what goes on in that brain of yours sometimes :D

Seriously though, awesome work as always Jack. 
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:iconhunterstrike:
HunterStrike Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Hello Mr. Jackson, just wondering if you heard the rumor that Mojang creator's of Minecraft is looking to be acquired by your favorite company Microsoft.

online.wsj.com/articles/micros…
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:iconjollyjack:
jollyjack Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Yeah, I heard that....and did a Darth Vader "NOOOOOOOOoooooo!!"
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:iconwillcraft:
willcraft Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
DOS Uber Alles.
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:iconthesunglasskid:
TheSUNGlassKid Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Are you aware of distillery cats? www.npr.org/blogs/parallels/20…
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:icontophoo:
tophoo Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2014
Please, sir- may we have another (Sequential Art)? ;)
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:iconpaleodon:
Paleodon Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2014
You're probably right about Scotland's politicians.  But from what I understand,  Prime Minister Thatcher cut all subsidies to Scottish coal, and claimed the North Sea oil for all Britain (a.k.a. England).  Scotland's independence will get 80% of North Sea profits for Scotland.  Maybe.
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:iconwilliamtheblue:
williamtheblue Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014
quick question about sequential art. When you fist got the idea to make a web comic what were some of the idea's that popped into your head?
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:iconmarshall123x:
Marshall123x Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2014
Sequential Art 2004 by jollyjack
Jack posted this some time ago. From what i understand, these were some of the roughs to what eventually became SA. I'm not sure if this answers your question but i always thought that this was a good look into the creative process that helped SA evolve into what it is today. 
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vanlover80 Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014
Something has come to my attention that I thought might interest you,it is apparently possible to connect a Commodore 64 to the internet.

www.techrepublic.com/blog/clas…
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:icondarkaiz:
Darkaiz Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Hey :) May I ask if you have another apsara comic in the making?
It's always such a joy when you release a new one!
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:iconjollyjack:
jollyjack Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014
Yes I do. It's a rather f**ked up one, though :D
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:iconhigure-san:
Higure-san Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Splendid! I was worried that you had given up on your web-store due to the numbers of illicit downloads of your works. (Since it has been a little over two months since your last piece)

I look forward to your next upload. And personally, I think your twisted pieces are usually the best ones! :)
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:icondarkaiz:
Darkaiz Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
xD that sounds interesting!
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shogun-ex Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014
Okay, I'm curious: have you seen Guardians of the Galaxy, and what did you think of it if you did?
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