If this doesnt get you interested in "Lawless" nothing will.
This is one of the many characters: Noj hes 7' 6", practices Odinism, had his men hack of his arms and install robotic appendages and prefers the meat of Velociraptors. What else can be any more badass about him? Robot eyes you say? Well hes got those too.
"In the beginning, there was law. There was order. There was comfort. When the 3rd world war came, our planets landscapes were thrashed, burned, and radiated until a new society, a new life was born. Rebuilt cities, desolate vistas, and scarred earth are all thats left for humanity to hold on to. This is the story of two men, twisted and pushed beyond the threshold of sanity, surviving amongst murderous beasts, mutated species, and rapist goons. Their only hope to make it in this god forsaken land is their partnership and their rivaling, relentless hatred. In the beginning, there was law, now it is only LAWLESS."
This is Dash, one of the two main characters from the comic "Lawless that myself and My friend Bobby are making. The first issue will be available mid august, its all self published between us so you should definitley check it out. Until then consider yourself teased.
Done totally in CS4 with the help of some nachos mmmmmm
Even though Barack Obama has failed to end the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, started military conflict in Libya, continuously extended the Patriot Act, authorized the assassination of American citizens, called for the prosecution of the growth and distribution of medical marijuana, created an economic stimulus that failed to stimulate the economy, and bailed out the banks and auto industries, Democrats would still vote for Obama rather than Ron Paul—even though he has opposed all of the above!
The reasons they have for hating Ron Paul are trivial at best. They argue that he is a Republican, even though he’s the sanest one in his party, and more anti-war and pro-civil liberties than any Democrat—including Obama! They argue that he doesn’t believe in evolution, which isn’t shocking in a country where only 39 percent do. They argue that he doesn’t believe in separation of church and state, even though he has opposed faith-based initiatives. They argue that he has “insane” and “radical” ideas like returning to the gold standard (because our current fiat currency is fairing so well!) and allowing states to set their own laws on abortion, gay marriage, and drugs—an idea based upon the Tenth Amendment.
In the end, there really is no excuse for not voting for Ron Paul. No one could reasonably compare Obama and Paul and decide that Obama was the better choice, unless, of course, they were the youthful ideologues who truly believed in his message of “Hope and Change”—even though the past term has seen very little hope or change. Of course, one can always give Obama another four years to see if such hope and change will eventually come about. My question is: can America survive for that long?
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