George T. Mortimer (mortimer)

Founder of media underground, George Mortimer has come to the realisation that nothing about human behaviour makes any sense to him any longer and that, for the most part, he just wants to be left the hell alone. A dabbler in media, bushcraft and occultism, he currently has three books published and is kinda working on a fourth. Originator of the term "joyride journalism" Mortimer spends most of his free time contemplating life, tinkering with a bass guitar, and wandering around remote parts of Scotland in an attempt to acquire blissful isolation.

  James Inman (inman)

There are many words one can use to describe the anomaly known as James Inman. ‘Stand-up Comic’ is one such phrase, ‘Rural Punk Gen-X Anti-Hero’ is another. One might also refer to him as a ‘Recurring Alcoholic’ or ‘Angry Middle-Aged Man’. Yet whatever James is he certainly loves to torture himself, and in so doing can occasionally manifest ‘Genius’. Author of the depressingly hilarious travel guide Greyhound Diary, James works the comedy circuit travelling state to state on the Greyhound bus. He is also one of the main characters in the fly-on-the-wall documentary The Unbookables.


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