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Posted by: Duncan Woods on 27 Aug 2014 11:40 am Post #457
From : Sheffield

"Wow, she can test my eyes anytime" --- absolute genius, always been my favourite cartoon ever, thanks a lot. Loads of other classics in your gags section, your graphic style is wonderful !
Posted by: Ray Thomson on 08 Aug 2014 20:35 pm Post #455
From : Dumfries

Tony, I would like to thank you again for your help in trying to discover the name behind an unsigned cartoon I had obtained. I would also like to thank you for sending me a wonderful personalised cartoon following my disappointment (it wasn't one of yours) with the provenance of the cartoon. I will cherish the cartoon forever. Thank you so much for such a generous gesture. Cheers!
Posted by: Chris dutton on 23 Jul 2014 9:02 am Post #452
From : Manchester

Tony, thanks very much for the wonderful cartoon
Of the Brian Jonestown Massacre gig at The Ritz.
I gave it to Louise today for her birthday. She was absolutely made up. She even thinks she can see us in the crowd. :)
Thanks for continually putting a smile on
My face with your work.
Posted by: Sarah on 23 Jun 2014 7:44 am Post #450
From : Bradford

Tony, thanks for visiting the school where I work and more importantly, for the cartoon you left me! Nice surprise to find on my desk this morning!! Wish I could draw so quickly!
Posted by: Andy Carr on 11 Jun 2014 21:37 pm Post #449
From : Bristol

Thankyou so much for this website Tony! I've been living with a handful of bad quality clips off Youtube for years and have slowly sunk into depression. You have every single episode, it's bloody brilliant!! :) I am cured!
Posted by: Johanna on 31 May 2014 9:46 am Post #447
From : Glossop

Tony. I met you through mutual friends and am so glad I did. You are a wonderful and talented man, yet so modest and unassuming. I am proud to call you my friend and uber proud of your work. Big love and hugs xxxx
Posted by: Rupert Faulkner on 24 May 2014 10:23 am Post #446
From : Widnes

Dear Tony; Have just read your article The D. Mail; I was in Somerset with my S. in Law who has early Dem. Ron and I were close colleagues and Friends at Gus and he attended my retirement in 2000 and his card I treasure, it was a hand drawn caricature of our times together. We visited many suppliers together and evenings in Hotels would end with Ron having his usual tipple "Teachers" . I visited Hyde C.C. on a number of occasions and called at the cottage but unfortunately Ron was never there. The Xmas cards stopped a number of years ago and I guessed something must have occurred. It was Comforting Tony, to know Ron was well cared for and thank you for sharing your experience with us all. My usual farewell to my boys is "Take care Son" so it was very poignant. Lovely man and good friend; Best Wishes Rupert

Posted by: Caro on 23 May 2014 11:55 am Post #444
From : nogna

I read your 'Take care, Son' in the Mail online and I found it incredibly moving - my mother is on the same road. Thank you for putting it into words and images in such a way that everyone can understand
Posted by: Sue Stott on 19 May 2014 21:11 pm Post #443
From : Spalding

It was amazing to see the extracts from your book about your father online today. Firstly because my son and daughter in law now live in your father's old house -so we could recognise the views from the windows and the settings, and secondly because my husband's mother is going through the sad journey into dementia and so much that you portray is extremely recognisable. Thank you for such a touching and truthful account so beautifully portrayed.
Posted by: max mackayjames on 12 May 2014 17:07 pm Post #440
From : london

Thanks Tony for naming the dementia shadows for 'men beyond 50' and telling such a tender father and son story. We'll feature on our website for older geexers. Oh, and we'd LOVE to be able to use your cartoons on the site too. max
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