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Hallowe'en 2008 Graphic #2
Having posted Hallowe'en 2008 Graphic #1
last week, it is now time to deliver the second graphic of this festive season of frightful mirth. With this offering, I provide due and equal time for some horror on the other side of the political fence.
The Collective awaits.
The Dark Wraith welcomes accolades for this fine picture as he plans the third terrorizing graphic for Hallowe'en 2008.
Yeah, okay; So he's getting ready to assimilate Neptune. Good to know.
The bigger pic looks Earthier. I like the blood too.
Aw, have a heart, Mr. Wraith; He's about to inherit every screwed up dept. in DC, and the Republicans and about 2/3 of the pundits will blame him for everything, within the first year.
Good evening, trog.
If you're feeling butch and have a really big screen with high resolution, you can try an even larger version of Barack Obama Borg.
Even that one isn't the scale of the primary graphic I created in Photoshop, but it should give you an idea of just how large these works of art really are during their construction.
And, yes, this one really is a work of art, isn't it?
The Dark Wraith is expecting a thank-you call from Barack any minute, now.
1600x1475 is a bit much, though I plan on upgrading after x-mas, if there IS an x-mas. 1440x900 is all I gots right now.
Oh yeah, Barack called; Said something about "all your base"...something "to me". I only got one bar on my phone so, it kinda broke up. Sorry.
NYZooMan: To forgive is divine, to Ayer Obama.
LordJiro: Quote 2008-10-12 06:57:59 PM
Man, you've got to be Keating me. Put a Liddy on it, will ya?
Good morning Dark Wraith:
indeed, it is a work of art. both in its application and technique, but also its theme. i surprised the hell out of my filthy rich (maybe less filthy now, but it really is not something one would notice with a casual glance) when, after i was done teasing him about the morning line "see? mcCain's lost gingrich now too! that bastard's screwed the pooch on this one for sure."
i said "you know though, i almost hope he manages an october surprise and pulls this off. bush has screwed the country to a point past what jackson did to the economy. that usually means we're headed for a series of 4 and outs because the tasks are so messy and odious. it's kinda like throwing a big huge party and then firing the maid when she's done cleaning up because you just can't stand the look on her face every morning with the memories of some of those messes you left for her."
he blinked, swallowed and said "you gotta mean streak stevie....i really wish you had gone to law school, there's a vast resevoir of untapped venom inside you which could have turned a handsome profit."
Borgelicious graphic, Professor!
My eyes were playing tricks on me: I could have sworn I clicked on "barackobama.borg" to view teh larger pic!
"Assistance" is futile! tee-hee
(I'll just go have another cuppa and try to wake up some more, now.)
Well, well, well; It seems that John McCain has found 100 distinguished and experienced economists at major American universities and research organizations, including five Nobel Prize winners Gary Becker, James Buchanan, Robert Mundell, Edward Prescott, and Vernon Smith. The economists explain why Barack Obama's proposals, including "misguided tax hikes," would "decrease the number of jobs in America." The prospects of such tax rate increases under Barack Obama are already harming the economy. The economists conclude that "Barack Obama's economic proposals are wrong for the American economy." The proposals "defy both economic reason and economic experience."
EDIT: Via Greg Mankiw's website, where he explains that he did not sign the letter.
"The Dark Wraith is expecting a thank-you call from Barack any minute, now."
The only thing funnier than the above sentence is the the thought that you are right. (Make sure to let us mere mortals know what the Self-Satisfied One offers for perks on his intergalactic team.)
Ohhh, this one's way even scarier than Palin.
Ms. Blue, that one makes me giggle each time I glom onto it. hehe.
Yes, indeed. It's all for us, isn't it?
While you're drawing up your lesson plan for our next instructional posting, how about a map of where all this cash is flowing? I'm getting lost trying to follow the Lady from the other two cards.
It's like she disappeared.
The lady is in the banker's pocket.
That's why he's smiling.
And he doesn't even have a hole in his pocket, either.
The Dark Wraith will leave it at that.
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