Charles Carreon Scribble Factory

Identified as a trouble maker by the authorities since childhood, and resolved to live up to the description, Charles Carreon soon discovered that mischief is most effectively fomented through speech. Having mastered the art of flinging verbal pipe-bombs and molotov cocktails at an early age, he refined his skills by writing legal briefs and journalistic exposes, while developing a poetic style that meandered from the lyrical to the political. Journey with him into the dark caves of the human experience, illuminated by the torch of an outraged sense of injustice.

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Howard Dean House Party Poster, by Charles Carreon

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Separate Church and Hate, by Charles Carreon

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Reagan Didn't Make It, by Charles Carreon

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Irreverent Lawpoets Ad, by Charles Carreon

Created in the UCLA Law School shortly after the Challenger explosion, someone was so offended by this they threw it in the trash. I hadn't even thought about the Challenger explosion. Lawpoets were the real target.

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Natassia Kinski, Sister Theresa, and a Python, by Charles Carreon

Remember Natassia Kinski? Remember Sister Theresa? Remember the python? Lucky devil!

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It's Your War Now, by Charles Carreon

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Seven to the Seventh, by Charles Carreon

49 is an octagonal number, showing it to be representable as a 7 X 7 square, which is composed of three concentric squares measuring 3, 5 and 7 on a side, arranged around the single, central, controlling square. Hence 9, 25, and 49 are the first three octagonal numbers, and they continue out infinitely. The next one up is eighty-one, the square of nine, and the next one up is 121, the square of 11.

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I Want to Spy on You, by Charles Carreon

A perennial favorite for T-Shirts.

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Suicide Santa, by Charles and Tara Carreon

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Terrorists and the Rest of Us, by Charles Carreon

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