Another 10:10 Cartoon by Josh

Josh is just getting warmed up.

From Josh at www.cartoonsbyjosh.com

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RHG
October 7, 2010 1:15 am

“We have observed changes in the body mass of individual marmots over the past 33 years and changes in their population size over the last decade, but we do not know what might happen in the future. Will populations thrive in the changing climate? We suspect that this population increase is a short-term response to the lengthening summers. We hope that by continuing this long-term study we will shed important light on the marmots’ future response to climate change,” added Dr Ozgul.”
Anybody out there going to give this man his funding extension?
http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/newsandeventspggrp/imperialcollege/newssummary/news_22-7-2010-9-53-22

Elise
October 7, 2010 1:56 am

There’s another 1010 cartoon that he’s just put on his site:
http://www.cartoonsbyjosh.com

David, UK
October 7, 2010 2:09 am

Oh, it is indeed funny. But you know what would make that even funnier? If instead of a bearded man it was a child – preferably a very young, innocent-looking child – saying “I still don’t get this AGW thing.” Now that would be hilarious. [/sarc]

AleaJactaEst
October 7, 2010 2:15 am

the_Butcher
October 7, 2010 2:21 am

hahahaha That’s really clever…

Disgusted
October 7, 2010 2:30 am

al gore: fail/lies and hypocrisy exposed
rajendra pachauri: fail/lies and hypocrisy exposed
michael mann: fail/lies and hypocrisy exposed
phil jones: fail/lies and hypocrisy exposed
james cameron: fail/lies and hypocrisy exposed
IPCC: fail/lies and hypocrisy exposed
Greenpeace: fail/lies and hypocrisy exposed
george monbiot: fail/lies and hypocrisy exposed
realclimate.org: fail/lies and hypocrisy exposed
WWF: fail/lies and hypocrisy exposed
john holdren: fail/lies and hypocrisy exposed
franny armstrong: fail/lies and hypocrisy exposed
lord oxburg: fail/lies and hypocrisy exposed
Oh, but global warming is real! You must believe us! All the scientists agree! Really! But no pressure.

October 7, 2010 3:13 am

hehe! Josh rocks! 🙂

October 7, 2010 3:21 am

Is this the previously unseen movie of the moon walk?

October 7, 2010 4:06 am

Comedy Gold for Josh to get his teeth into…………..
I hope he is watching…
The 10 10 team… say they like a joke……
Well I have struck comedy GOLD.
Take a look at their OWN job descriptions in their OWN words post – Splattergate’
I hope they all appreciate the wonderful unintentional humour now……
The 10 10 Campaign, lost their own details from the 10 10 website a few days ago, lest their young supporters could complain to the leaders about 10:10 letting them down, or us mere plebs find out who they are, and write them sarcastic emails, about them all being ‘luvvies’ and trustafarians….
(Ok so they just pulled all their own bios, they were previously proud of this work)
Don’t get angry, just half a laugh at their own prentiousness, in their self penned job descriptions in light of recent events…
! ! No Pressure !! , of course, they surely must see how this is funny now, after the biggest pr disater for years, especially the PR guys….
A quick google search of the text below:
google – 1010global.org/uk UK about team
Yields up Franny Armstrong’s profile( Founder)
http://www.1010global.org/uk/about/inside/team/franny
Click on team, back a level and you get
http://www.1010global.org/uk/about/inside/team
Alexis Rowell
Job title: Councils Coordinator
Actual job: Trying to persuade councils to join the 10:10 Campaign
Annabel Dickson
Job title: Fundraiser
Actual job: Keeping track of who’s talking to who and making sure we aren’t all saying the same things over again
Ayesha Garrett
Job title: Designer
Actual job: Making everything pretty and on-brand
Ben Evans
Job title: Office Manager
Actual job: Keeping on top of 10:10s office, accounts and paperwork, not necessarily all at the same time or in that order.
Chris Rose
Job title: Board Member
Actual job: Director of Campaign Strategy Ltd
Cian O’Donovan
Job title: Sport / social networks coordinator
Actual job: Trying to make something very very serious a little bit funwhilst upholding sartorial standards of course..Read more.
Daniel Vockins
Job title: Campaign Manager
Actual job: Scheming, plotting, policy work and managing campaigns like Lighter Later and our festivals work.
Duncan Clark
Job title: Strategy Director.
Actual job: Working across all kinds of things, including web development, content and scoping out future projects..
Eugenie Harvey
Job title: UK Director
Actual job:Making sure everyone is pointing in pretty much the same direction at the same time. [!!! sorry couldn’t resist – ‘Your Choice, No Pressure’ 😉 😉 )
Franny Armstrong
Job title: Founder
Actual job: Asking powerful people for money and/or emissions cuts .
Jamie Bristow
Job title: Volunteer
Actual job: Putting my experience in the unpredictable world of advertising to better usein whichever capacity it’s needed.
Jonathan Bown
Job title: Press Manager
Actual job: Making sure as many people as possible know what a great job 10:10 and its supporters are doing..
Josefine Thieme
Job title: Press intern
Actual job: Keeping a record of 10:10 press coverage, putting cuttings up on office walls writing the occasional blog and generally helping people at the office with whatever needs to be done.
Lewis Merdler
Job title: Events and Policy Intern
Actual job: Doing anything that the campaign manager, Dan, tells me to
(sorry couldn’t resist—- ‘No Pressure. Dan’)
Maddy Carroll
Job title: PR Manager
Actual job: Make sure we’re seen and heard in all the right places
Malachi Chadwick
Job title: Content Manager
Actual job: Words and pictures
Peter Yeo
Job title: Trust Director
Actual job: Along with two fellow directors, help to manage charitable donations to the campaigns. Enjoy an ambassadorial role too.
Richard Metson
Job title: Organisations intern
Actual job: Helping any organisation with a 10:10 query, making lists of 10:10 MP’s and councils, creating animated, illustrated and video content on the side
Robin Houston
Job title: Technical director
Actual job: Making sure the web site worksLaughing too loudly at inopportune moments
Ross Muir
Job title: Art Director/Designer
Actual job: Awesomeness
(sorry, could not resist… Oh Look, a prententious art director, who would have guessed it)
Siôn Elis Williams
Job title: Lighter Later Co-ordinator
Actual job: Changing Time
(I bet they wish she really could now!!!!!)
10:10er since: March 1st (St. David’s Day) 2010
Steven Holmes
Job title: Web developer
Actual job: Drinking enough coffee to squeeze two web days into one
Tim Nicholson
Job title: Health Strand Manager
Actual job: Helping health sector organisations cut their emissions by 10%
Wiggly Worms
Job title: Composters extraordinaires
Actual job: Getting high on caffeine as we chew through the excessive amount of coffee granules produced in
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Maybe the web developer guy need to lay off the coffee for a bit…..
Didn’t do a very good job of hiding the ‘luvvies’ above…
They were all very proud of it…
They won’t even let their young campaigning supporters know who they are to complain to..
Comedy Gold the job Title/ Actual Job: sections above above…
They thought they were so witty/clever when they wrote them
Franny says that sceptics are afflicted… (Guardian – No Pressure, launch interview)
http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/blog/2010/sep/30/10-10-no-pressure-film
Franny says “What to Do with those [afflicted] people…………………”
What to do with those people……
historically has not gone down very well for people described in similar terms…
a few years later on………………..

Patrick Davis
October 7, 2010 4:08 am

Rather ironic, Black Adder is on TV, in Australia, right now (A huge preference to the “Commonwealth Games”). No Monty bent there though.
Today, I did a search on a popular New Zealand news website, stuff.co.nz, and nowhere on the main page did I find any articles on climate change etc. Well, I guess they have their ETS, so the “climate change” issue has been fixed. Conversely, here in Aus, we are bombarded with rediculous articles daily.
Seems the Australian MSN has not realised yet that Al Gore, invented that interweby thing. Mind you, there are some in Australia who think Tim Barners-Lee invented the “internet”. *sigh*

hunter
October 7, 2010 4:30 am

Disgusted,
Did I miss our pal, James Hansen?

FergalR
October 7, 2010 4:42 am

Barry Woods says:
October 7, 2010 at 4:06 am
[…]
Duncan Clark
Job title: Strategy Director.
Actual job: Working across all kinds of things, including web development, content and scoping out future projects..
[…]
————
This joker is also “a consultant editor on the Guardian environment desk”.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/profile/duncanclark
That’ll impress future employers;
Duncan: “I was Strategy Director for a climate disruption propaganda outfit.”
Hirer: “Just what we’re looking for! Which pressure group was it?”
Duncan: “I’ll get my coat.”

October 7, 2010 5:05 am

http://www.1010global.org/uk/about/inside/team/peter-yeo
this the same guy….?
http://www.betterworldcampaign.org/about/staff/
Peter Yeo, Executive Director
Peter Yeo joined the Better World Campaign as Executive Director in February 2009 with over twenty years of legislative, analytical, and management experience, including senior roles on Capitol Hill and in the State Department. Prior to directing the activities of BWC, Peter served for ten years as the Deputy Staff Director at the House Foreign Affairs Committee chaired by Rep. Tom Lantos (D-CA) and Rep. Howard Berman (D-CA).
He has worked on a broad range of foreign policy and foreign aid issues. He led the successful negotiations for the landmark HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria Act of 2003, commonly known as PEPFAR, as well as the successful $50 billion reauthorization of the law in 2008. He also shepherded into law several measures dealing with China, Tibet, Burma, and East Timor.
Prior to his work with the Committee, he served as a Deputy Assistant Secretary at the U.S. State Department during the second Clinton Administration, where he led the negotiations around repayment of the U.S. arrears to the United Nations
AND WAS PART OF THE US DELEGATION TO CLIMATE NEGOTIATIONS IN KYOTO

October 7, 2010 5:12 am

Anyone know, it it is the same peter yeao above, Director 10:10 Trust, who was part of the Clnton Administration, and was at the negotiations in Kyoto…
So hardly, as I have heard the ‘apologists’ say that 10:10 is some small, non influential group…..
My top three funny job descriptions
Jonathan Bown 10:10 Campaign
Job title: Press Manager
Actual job: Making sure as many people as possible know what a great job 10:10 and its supporters are doing..
another,
Maddy Carroll 10:10 Campaign
Job title: PR Manager
Actual job: Make sure we’re seen and heard in all the right places
lots more below…
Robin Houston 10:10 Campaign
Job title: Technical director
Actual job: Making sure the web site works Laughing too loudly at inopportune moments

Ben.H
October 7, 2010 5:21 am

That 10:10 team page is priceless, but my favourite bit is the “Access Denied” heading and title.
http://www.1010global.org/uk/about/inside/team

Sue Smith
October 7, 2010 5:40 am

Barry Woods says:
October 7, 2010 at 4:06 am
http://www.1010global.org/uk/about/inside/team
They need to sack their web developer – Steven Holmes. It says “Access denied” at the top of the page, then shows the whole page…
Perhaps he should drink less coffee and do a bit more work.

FergalR
October 7, 2010 5:44 am

The name Yeo is more common than some might imagine Barry.
Those job descriptions are just perfect.

John Whitman
October 7, 2010 6:12 am

JOSH!
Now you are starting to get into that post-normal edgy world of the Curtis genre!!!
But, I think you are just starting . . . . . get down in dirty . . . keep going.
John

Pamela Gray
October 7, 2010 6:14 am

After looking at 1010 pics and bios, I have this to say: Wisdom is often wasted on the youth. These people need to get married, have kids, get real jobs that suck, lose real jobs, fight with their spouse, have their kids think they are stupid, live through a few years of a freezing cold dry spell, feel the aches and pains of growing older, stop using night cream because it bloody hell doesn’t work, and get lonely. Then, they just might have something to say that is worth listening to.

Douglas Dc
October 7, 2010 6:30 am
FergalR
October 7, 2010 6:38 am

Say, I got one for ya, Josh:
Franny: “I’ve been a vegetarian for 26 years!”
Interviewer:”You don’t say! You seem so normal?!?”
When a 38-year-old is on a “young and creative” team you know there’s climate science nearby…

Editor
October 7, 2010 6:44 am

RHG says:
October 7, 2010 at 1:15 am

“We have observed changes in the body mass of individual marmots over the past 33 years and changes in their population size over the last decade, but we do not know what might happen in the future….”

I’ll grant you that marmots are funny (though my daughter prefers platypi), but I suggest you leave the humor to Josh.

Cold Englishman
October 7, 2010 6:49 am

Barry:-
Best laugh this week. Even the bloody links still work from the page with “Access Denied”.
The web designer must be very amateurish, a bit like the quality of the site itself, juvenile.
Pamela has ’em bang to rights – no wisdom, that which comes from age with a lot of work, worry and a little pain. They all look like a bunch of twits, and Sony gave these people money. Yee Gods whatever next!

October 7, 2010 6:57 am

FergalR says:
October 7, 2010 at 5:44 am
The name Yeo is more common than some might imagine Barry.
Those job descriptions are just perfect.

Probably different, does look a bit young..
The Guardain environemnt connection, amonsgt the staff is interesting…

Doug
October 7, 2010 7:19 am

I do love a laugh the same as the next guy – and here in the UK we have an AGW fanatic called Jo Abbess who came to fame for boasting that she had managed to change a BBC report that was not pro man made AGW. To her credit she does not tend to remove critical posts but i do wonder if she will allow my latest.
She posts a nice picture of a young baby girl with a story line along the same old same old “But what about the children” emotional blackmail.
And i could not resist making the only comment so far (currently “awaiting moderation”):-
………………………………………
From Fanny 10:10
Jo – please ensure you brainwash this lovely child to believe the same as we all do. Sadly it seems that todays kids are prone to want to make their own mind up and we can not have that can we :0)
So, “No Pressure” – but if you fail in your mission, be warned we have the red buttons and are psycho enough to blow the poor little sod to kingdom come so that no independent thought can pass through her mind after we send various pulverised parts of her body through it.
God bless!
And remember – No Pressure!
……………………………………………
Childish? Yes
Am I proud of myself? Not really
Am I glad I did it? You Bet!
Do I think it will remain? – Not sure.

FergalR
October 7, 2010 7:27 am

RE: FergalR says:
October 7, 2010 at 6:38 am
———————————————–
I would like to apologise for the post above. I hogged the “low-hanging fruit”.
I’m sure anyone with more than a brain-stem could lampoon Franny just as well as I can:
(those with red buttons that can summarily execute people at will should skip the first minute)

FergalR
October 7, 2010 7:43 am

Barry Woods says:
October 7, 2010 at 6:57 am
[…]Probably different, does look a bit young..
The Guardain environemnt connection, amonsgt the staff is interesting…
—————–
Re: Yeo; Hard to tell with that shifty hat in any case.
“Strategist” Duncan Clark was ex-BBC.
Richard Black’s blog stop accepting comments for a day-and-a-half on the 1st. First time I’ve seen such a thing in the last year, even when Mr. Black was on holiday last month. I was a little worried.
Maybe he was giving Duncan a sympathy cuddle?

FergalR
October 7, 2010 7:54 am

I’d like to pay tribute to a thankless (in the sense of not getting thanked) hero:
Phelim McAleer
Here he has the audacity, as a journalist, to ask questions – during a press event – of Gillian “eyeball gore” Anderson (42) and Franny Headlock (38) herself.

October 7, 2010 8:18 am

Is 10:10’s Press Manager more qualified to talk to the press about climate change than Bob Ward…. or Al Gore
You decide…… No pressure
http://www.1010global.org/uk/about/inside/team/jonathan
Job title: Press Manager
Actual job: Making sure as many people as possible know what a great job 10:10 and its supporters are doing.
“…..Jonathan started as a writer and sub editor of teenage magazines, interviewing everyone from Britney to Beyonce. In recent years he worked as assistant editor on New! magazine and news editor at Look, but has also written for magazines including Heat, OK!, Reveal, More! and Star. While he’s stepped away from the celebrity circus, he’s still hell-bent on getting Cheryl Cole to wear a 10:10 tag! Jonathan is married and lives in Herts with his wife, Emma, and son, Alex.”
He’s interviewed Britney and Beyonce…!!!!!

October 7, 2010 10:49 am

A legal UK precedent – protection for a philsophical belief in climate change –
Hey.. does that protect me as well!!!! I believe in climate change (natural) – I wonder if the law defined ‘climate change’properly?
10:10 have eco form… look what this guy did for the UK taxpayers….
“In November 2009 Tim set a groundbreaking legal precedent resulting in protection from discrimination for people with a philosophical belief in the need to act on climate change.”
Job title: Health Strand Manager
Actual job: Helping health sector organisations cut their emissions by 10%
http://www.1010global.org/uk/about/inside/team/tim

October 7, 2010 11:22 am

FergalR says:
October 7, 2010 at 7:54 am
I’d like to pay tribute to a thankless (in the sense of not getting thanked) hero:
Phelim McAleer
Here he has the audacity, as a journalist, to ask questions – during a press event – of Gillian “eyeball gore” Anderson (42) and Franny Headlock (38) herself.
Looks like FRANNY, broke her OWN 10:10 pledge then!!!!!!!
Franny Armstrong – 10:10 bio
Job title: Founder
http://www.1010global.org/uk/about/inside/team/franny
“Actual job: Asking powerful people for money and/or emissions cuts”
Franny’s plan:
“10:10 plan: Not flying to America and Australia to launch my climate movie”

October 7, 2010 11:25 am

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/sep/18/franny-armstrong-age-of-stupid
Franny filming in America – for the Age of stupid. (did she swim?)

FergalR
October 7, 2010 12:08 pm

Barry Woods says:
October 7, 2010 at 11:25 am
————–
In her defence, that was before the establishment of 10:10.
Not that everyone necessarily deserves to be defended.
(Joke: your immature sense of humour failure means I have to point that out to you.)

FergalR
October 7, 2010 12:41 pm

I wonder if Franny’s on the phone to Exxon, BP and Shell right now:
“Listen, we’re skint. We bought a load of cinema advertising and I don’t think we’ll get a refund. I’ve had to sack everyone except me and the wriggly worms ‘cos all our sponsors pulled out except O2 and we’re £50k in the hole with them ‘cos of those stupid necklaces.”
“Sorry, luvvie, we have our reputations to think of.”

October 8, 2010 12:06 am

… and then his head explodes. 😉

Adam Gallon
October 8, 2010 1:49 am

Ioseb Besarionis dze Jughashvili just joined 10:10
It sounded like the type of organisation he could rise to the top of.

FergalR
October 8, 2010 7:16 am

This year’s Nobel Peace Prize winner – the Chinese democracy campaigner Liu Xiaobo – became one of the “people on board” 10:10 while under house arrest and apparently unaware he’d been awarded the prize.
This was shortly after the late Michael Crichton signed up.
Benito Mussolini is the latest big name to get off the post and make the pledge.
http://www.1010global.org/uk/people

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