Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Strike First, Strike Hard

Feast your eyes upon Casanunda's latest masterpiece, a work of art that's sure to become an iconic image:


Isn't that beautiful? Yes, it is. And if that only whetted your appetite, we've got some bonus art: Seven Koskanaiken passed along an ad from the People for the Ethical Treatment of Asteroids. Ordinarily I would have a preview image here, but this particular piece of art is potentially not safe for work, or "NSFW" as the kids say. Personally I don't see the problem; I would think that anything on MinerBumping could only boost one's productivity. Still, I don't want anyone to lose a legitimate income source and resort to RMT. So you can click here for full-size version.

Permanent links to all supporter artwork may be found on the Links page.

6 comments:

  1. I liked the "not safe for work" manifesto. It expresses a concept that AFK miners should get int their heads: AFK miners are bad for mining. They devaluate ore prices with their unfair competition.

    Miners, the Code is for your own good. Embrace it. Let's get rid of those pesky AFK miners. You work hard. They don't.

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  2. Holy crap! I didn't know that Scooter's sister was so damn hot!

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  3. I'll stick my dick in that NSFW girl anytime.

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    1. I find her creepy but I think it's because they badly photoshopped her...from the pic it looks like her boobs are bigger than her bottocks, I find it unnatural.

      I'm ready for 2/10 would not bang.

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  4. a hard working poster depicting a hard working poster.i like this one very much, easily in the top 10 on my list.

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  5. I was wondering if that was Scooter's wife or girlfriend. She's doing a valuable service posing for New Order posters. I am sure that if people simply explain at work that the poster is to help the New Order, it would be deemed safe for work.

    I'll ask my girlfriend if she will pose as well. An Erotica 1 pic with girlfriend surely would do wonders for recruitment.

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