lovable rouges? i guess you just can’t do without that precious pirate makeup on a night out 😀
Yarrrr – beaten to it by that scurvy dog, Rob! I wonder if we’ll see English (Terrorist) on Facebook soon?
Of course there can’t be a forth panal because The Humans are Dead.
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i dont no if that was ment 2 b a refrence 2 the song robots, but u shud listen anyway. great song by the way
You know Flight of the Conchords oO
I can’t believe it! ^^ you are my personal hero 🙂
Keep up the great work!
This sir is mighty funny. I was unsure where it was going but then it ended beautifully. Like Schuindlers list. Yeah, I said it.
Also funny you posted this the SAME week For The Reels posted this…
It’s funny because it’s true (I get all my humor from movies).
really lol’d at “I’m gonna totally terrorist this data cube”
If you became a merchant or navy sailor then – plucked from the docks of London’s East End, young and hungry – you ended up in a floating wooden Hell. You worked all hours on a cramped, half-starved ship, and if you slacked off, the all-powerful captain would whip you with the Cat O’ Nine Tails. If you slacked often, you could be thrown overboard. And at the end of months or years of this, you were often cheated of your wages.
On the other hand, Pirates were the first people to rebel against this world. They mutinied – and created a different way of working on the seas. Once they had a ship, the pirates elected their captains, and made all their decisions collectively, without torture. They shared their bounty out in what Rediker calls “one of the most egalitarian plans for the disposition of resources to be found anywhere in the eighteenth century”.
They even took in escaped African slaves and lived with them as equals. The pirates showed “quite clearly – and subversively – that ships did not have to be run in the brutal and oppressive ways of the merchant service and the Royal Navy.” This is why they were romantic heroes, despite being unproductive thieves.
Terrorists on the other hand…
LMFAO, data cube!
Lol, the kid holds the saber in a quite interesting fashion 🙂
Doonesbury had a lovable terrorist more than thirty years ago. Well, Viet Cong, but he was called “Phred the Terrorist”.
Why are they all holding their cutlasses backwards?
Terrorists are already cool, V for Vendetta, anyone?