Friday, May 7, 2021

There's a story here.

 


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  1. Hmm. She's signaling someone--her boss? Security? Is it about the cyborg at the window or the couple just leaving?

    Looks like the golden age of Sci-Fi magazine covers where the artists actually told a story. Love it!

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  2. Very much in the style of the Fallout game my son plays. Can’t think up much of a story but I like the style of the picture...

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  3. Two observations:
    • Pencil, no paper?
    • "Sparkasse" = German version of savings & loan.

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    1. It's in the back of the combo computer/adding machine and television!

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    2. The pencil is to erase errors. These were the days before White Out.

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  4. Isn't it the obvious pandemic future? The unmasked are Trump free thinkers and the Masked Democrats are turned into Robots. At least that's how they look to me now that I am free and know better.

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    1. You get a gold star for the best remark.

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  5. There was a story where a guy had to temporarily fill in at a temp worker relief agency.
    Some bug was going around that left some openings, so he got a caseworker slot> His first family consisted of migratory manual field laborers. The secretary at the office was a total babe, who sniffed most of the time when he tried talking to her.
    As he backtracked their work history, it ended up with top secret security coming to take the laborers away, as the parents had quick-thought(a one time only talent) their way into our galaxy AND their two children had funny EEG results.
    The temp then noticed he was coming down with the bug - the effects of which were not mentioned in polite company, but would end up with temp and secretary having to get married.

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  6. Tits ave been popular for a long time.

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  7. Some perversion of something Disney?

    That's Minnie Mouse left of center at the bottom edge.

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  8. Looks like Russian artist Waldemar von Kazak work....https://www.boredpanda.com/dark-controversial-illustrations-waldemar-von-kazak/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=organic

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