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Stolen Pixels #80: Left 4 Dumb Part 2

By Shamus
on Friday Apr 10, 2009
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The latest Stolen Pixels, wherein Louis makes astute political observations in the face of tyranny, is now available for your enjoyment.


Comments (10)

  1. Jeremiah says:

    I love the expression on Louis’ face in that shot.

  2. Julian says:

    You know who Louis looks a lot like? Matthew Abaddon, from Lost. http://lostpedia.wikia.com/wiki/Abaddon

  3. edcalaban says:

    Democracy is the proud government of committees: the only known animal with more than two legs and no brains.

  4. Ell Jay says:

    I second the love of the expression. I think the face-poser would be worth the price of Garry’s Mod.

  5. Caliban says:

    I think he looks like a slightly less mucscular version of Chuck Liddell from the UFC: http://www.icemanmma.com/

  6. Rutskarn says:

    Okay, so far, this series is exactly as hilarious as I thought it would be.

    Which is damn hilarious.

  7. Luke Maciak says:

    Best… Facial… Expression… Evar!

  8. Donald K. says:

    Wow. That game is a lot prettier than I realized. (I know you’re on an HL2 map, I meant the character models.)

  9. RL says:

    Man, that last panel really slayed me. This strip could replace whole text books in PoliSci.

  10. Hakunin says:

    “Democracy is the worst form of government ever created by man, except for all the others.”

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