Yesterday, I made a post that mentioned Whitehound, a highsec ice miner who went AFK, lost his ship, continued to be AFK, lost his implants, and then wasted a billion isk on an alliance-wide bounty in retaliation. Although it would make far more economic sense to pay 10 million isk per year, he was too blinded by rage to make the right call.
Pablo Picasso famously painted Guernica after a Spanish town was bombed. Whitehound was similarly inspired by the coordinated strike against his ship and pod, but I don't think his work will be as celebrated:
This disturbing piece isn't the first time a rebel has been driven to creating anti-Order propaganda (Heavy Met4l Queen has since recovered). But Whitehound's painting confuses me. Why the "0815"? What's the rationale behind the "Don't Pay" slogan? (All miners should pay.) And why compare me to Adolf Hitler, who is practically my mirror opposite? The New Order are not Nazis, we're the good guys. I would have thought that we had all learned that by now.