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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"
The BBC has decided to drop Jeremy Clarkson from Top Gear, following some sort of altercation between him and a producer over food being served at the end of a days shooting.…

Very little information has actually been released about the incident. It’s only ever been referred to as a “fracas” in the media and “a bit of a dust-up” by Clarkson’s co presenter James May.
I’m a huge fan of the show and Clarkson’s style of presenting, but if he punched a member of the crew because his food wasn’t hot then axing him is the right decision. There’s a huge difference between an unbroadcast, antiquated, school-yard rhyme (one of Clarkson’s previous “offences”) and physical violence.

Will Top Gear be the same without him? No it won’t. Will Top Gear survive his departure? Yes it will.

Another very popular BBC show is “Have I Got News For You”, which has been running since 1990. For the first 12 years it was hosted by a chap called Angus Deayton, but he was dropped in 2002 because he ended up IN the headlines in a scandal about prostitutes and illegal drugs. There was a question as to if the show could continue without the dead-pan presenter. It’s still running, 13 years on. They just altered the format so that the presenter is a different guest each week, rather than a set anchor.

Provided they don’t do something stupid and start recruiting children to present it (minimum age of 40, please, BBC. Grumpy men in fast cars are funny), Top Gear will endure.


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jollyjack Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015
Jolly good! Small projects can be nurtured into larger ones, if desired!
buttsqaures Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015
This is probably a stupid question, but are you a brony? (i won't hate you if you are, mainly because i am a brony.)
jollyjack Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015
I don't think I am. I've only seen one or two episodes.
eunori Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
love your drAWINGS!
ChinchillaChris67 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2015
Question: If Chloe were human, God forbid, what would she look like?
androidman Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
great to see you again in london!

very happy with the sketch too



[another injoke for me]
jollyjack Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2015
A little less random than "asparagus" :D
androidman Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
ha ha yeah

although im sure it will serve just as well in the office

great work :)
cyber620 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2015
Just read about Terry Pratchett passing. Has any of his works influenced you?
jollyjack Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2015
I had BBC news on at the moment the story broke. I've never read any Pratchett. Beyond comics, I don't read much fiction at all.
SrxV96 Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2015
He actually had a few comics and graphic novels if I'm not mistaken - the first two of his Discworld stories, The Colour of Magic and The Light Fantastic, as well as The Last Hero if i remember correctly (also a Discworld story, featuring one of his recurring 'heroes', Cohen the Barbarian). Something tells me you'd like his materials, equal parts fantasy and comedy/parody, his sense of humor was fantastic...
cyber620 Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2015
The color of magic was a movie also.
barcod Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2015
Was gonna come here and ask what your 2 cents...or pence in our case would be on the top gear debacle but looks like I've been beaten to it, Eh oh well

so yeah Terry Pratchet, sad news man :(
i think your the only person here on da who makes their journals about the topics on the world currently and DONT come off a high up ass on own opinion douche, congrats man XD
williamtheblue Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2015
Do you think Top Gear will survive if Clarkson is sacked?
jollyjack Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2015
Of course, but they'd need to take it slow and have his replacement take the back seat while May/Hammond adopt a more prominent role in the show.
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