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Just one of those ideas I HAD to put on a page.
I'll get back to drawing more appealing boobs soon.
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codyrush Featured By Owner Edited Mar 10, 2017  Student Filmographer
No, it's funny. I keep wondering why nobody's done a Despicable Me parody of Trump as Gru. (But I guess that would make Trump the abrasive, politically incorrect, seemingly fiendish but ultimately decent antagonist, wouldn't it? Can't have that. ) 

 I'm getting so tired of all these satires, though: I don't recall jollyjack mentioning ANY of Obama's dozens of drone strikes; or the scandal with Fast and the Furious; or the fact that he's the guy who said, 'Yeah, the NSA is watching you, and we're storing your emails for years at a time: so what?'. All of that? *shoop!* Rrright over his head. 'Nothing to see here, folks! Pay no attention to the jug-eared man behind the curtain!'
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Aikurisu Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
lol, like other internet celebrities, (aka TotalBiscuit), Jack is a stooge of the left.  His 'satire' is simply humorous (to him and like-minded fellows...) attacks against folks who don't sing from the same song sheet.  I'd like to give him the benefit of the doubt, but I've been noting how many times he's anti-right over the years and it's depressing.

Don't get me wrong, the guy's got talent and on the rare occasion he picks fights with harder targets, (like Muslims), but I don't think I've seen him take stabs at his fellow lefties no matter how crazy some of their views can be.  But no, he picks soft targets like Trump because it's the 'cool' thing to do and it's easy to do that when many of his supporters commend it, completely ignoring what would be truly a gold mine for satire.  But alas, this guy wouldn't hold a candle up to someone like Bill Leak.
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codyrush Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2017  Student Filmographer
Well, I just think it's charming his complete absence of poignant snark when Obama, the golden boy of the Left, was in office: even though he dropped more bombs in his first year than Bush did his entire presidency, according to the Council on Foreign Affairs; as reported by the Independent, which cited the White House's released catalog of bombings by month and year. 26,000 bombs---several times What of George W dropped, and yet all I hear about that is crickets. 

It just goes to show how shallow the Left are. You can rob them blind and bomb the shit out of their neighbors, so long as you say, 'America's racist.', 'One in five women will be assaulted or raped!' and 'Republicans you so old fashioned'; as long as you parrot the right noises the Left llloves to hear you can get away with literal murder. 'Yes, we can...blast your country back into the stone age; because, uh, Obama care.' 

 
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Aikurisu Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Well, the left like giving awards to themselves (such as Obama's Nobel Peace Prize), and rarely criticize themselves till they outlive their usefulness.  Such is the bubble they live in.

As much as I think Trump can appear like a dunderhead at times, the way the left try to paint him as a fascist akin to Hitler is reassuring in that they've never owned mirrors.
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k10a06p2000 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2017
A lot of people on the internet have feigned ignorance for the sake of their side.
It's good to see some people (YOU!) are noticing the stuff hidden behind the curtain though.
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codyrush Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2017  Student Filmographer
 Well, thank you. That's nice of you to say. 

 Right now, though, Trump is getting on my nerves. Babying Ivanka's businesses by bullying company's on Twitter. Threatening to hang every Rep who doesn't pass his universal health care plan. That specific issue concerns me: the United States can't afford nor should attempt a universal system of health care; because we're far too big a country. It should be optional and it should left to the free market; which is what Trump said it would be, when he said he was going to promote legislation to bust up state lines between insurance companies. 

 I had no delusions he was the best candidate, but I voted for him because some of his proposals, his tax plan for one, came highly recommended by the Cato institute, and ICE backed his immigration plan; which was the only sane immigration plan. No way in hell could we let in millions of Syrians unvetted. We didn't need to learn Germany's lessons (though I'm sure Trudeau is). 
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k10a06p2000 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017
I agree with some of the points you're on, I'm particularly worried about the possible policies with Iran.
I honestly believe we don't need another Iraq or Libya on our hands, we all know how that turned out.
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codyrush Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017  Student Filmographer
 I'm more worried about the health care plan being dissolved and made privatized within a free market; because the US pays 70% of NATO and we spend more than any country to keep the world from going up in flames. If we can't fit the bill, because we're borrowing money just to pay for everything, after Obamacare eats up the budget, then the world is going to face a crisis the UN is too self-interested and disorganized to handle. If we paid less than ten percent of our GDP, all those dead beats in the EU who don't even pay their 2% (and that's most of them) are going to have to shuffle some serious green around; and their social programs, and the politicians who screech for their expansion, are going to protest. 
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DcSalem Featured By Owner Edited Mar 13, 2017
Us I was wondering that too and why Jack done anything about killary
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fred1009 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017
My view is that Jack ignores Hillary because she isn't in the WH and she isn't saying very much publicly. Trump gets the heat he does because he IS IN the WH and he and Dr Factbender say stupid things on an almost daily basis. It's the same thing that motivates Saturday Nite Live to do parody of the Great Leader. Is there some political bias in SNL roasting Trump? Of course, but if ratings were going down they would back off. The fact is, Trump is a much fatter target than the Vampire Queen. A lot of people do not like him and this goes back before he was running for president.          
 
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DcSalem Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2017
Fair enough
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sowerofash Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017
The lefty hypocrisy is glaring. Their hysterics make the whole thing worth it, though.
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codyrush Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017  Student Filmographer
I'd sooner have cogent opponents than pins to knock down; because once you strip all the touchy-feely pathos the Left's philosophy for the past 50 years or so has been rooted in Marxist postures; and it's so deliciously simple to smash those to pieces. 

 When I hear Bernie Sanders, for instance, open his mouth about anything, I immediately think of this: www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKgWm5…
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fred1009 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017
The reason Trump gets the kind of treatment is because Trump by HIS OWN ACTIONS (and tweets) invites this kind of attention. Trump is nasty, insulting and is obsessed with his own image. He acts like a buffoon, this makes him an easy target for satire.
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codyrush Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017  Student Filmographer
Who cares? His tweets aren't "actions", his policies are. Those are what ultimately matter. I don't care what he says shit-posting on Twitter (I don't even have a twitter account because I loathe social media), I care about his actual real-life politics. Bragging about his crowd size? Doesn't concern me. Repealing the 14th amendment and requiring at least one parent be a US citizen to qualify a child's own US status? That concerns me. Repealing Obamacare? That concerns me, I want its centralized system repealed and for the issue to be tackled on a state by state basis. Banning immigration from Qatar, Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia? That concerns me; because Qatar traffics in slaves, Afghanistan is flooding Russia with heroin as the world's greatest exporter of the drug; and Saudi Arabia, according to the Podesta emails, was admitted by Hilary as the backers of ISIS. As well they haven't lifted a finger to mitigate the Syrian migrant crisis. We should embargo Saudi Arabia until Atheism is no longer punishable by death (royal decree 44).  My criticism for Trump is he's too soft on the biggest repeat offenders of basic human rights. 
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codyrush Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017  Student Filmographer
Yeah. We established that; and I said, 'I don't care about his "behavior"---I don't care that he's tacky and reactionary on Twitter, or anything stupid like that---I care about his policies; because that's where postures become proposals.' I went on further to explain what my criticisms of Trump are, which are, I'd contend, very cogent. People complain his "muslim ban", for instance, is unconstitutional; and it's not: it falls well within the Executive Branch's power; golden-boy Obama did the same thing, it's his list that's being used as a base for Trump's. My complaint is 'Why the hell aren't Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, and Qatar on the list, too?'. I acknowledged what you said, argued, 'His "behavior aren't his policies, and his policies are what actually matter.'; and then I went to provide an example of his policies or policies I'd like him to focus on. 

 My concerns are the issue, because the subject has been changed; because I already addressed what you said. It's called a conversation, we're having one: in those subjects transition to other subjects; and a transition from a presidents behavior to concern about his polices, and your criticisms and hopes about the same, are very apropos. 
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jeditoby Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017
Oh my goodness, that's so spot on, it's distressing. 
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fred1009 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017
Jollyjack. This is great. The best part is all the Trump sycophants getting their panties in a knot when they see it.
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codyrush Featured By Owner Edited Mar 10, 2017  Student Filmographer
You don't have to be a sycophant to see the illiberal hypocrisy with the "artistic" community and the media at large. When Obama was dropping bombs, monitoring our emails and auditing Republicans, there wasn't a peep out of anyone; no one remembers or cares, because, it turns out, an icon of lieralism is better than an actual liberal; at least what passes for "liberal" nowadays. Honestly, I think people like Bill Maher who claim they're "liberal" need a word with Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine. People like Bill seem confused. 
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fred1009 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017
I stand by what I said. Obama (someone I never voted for) at least didn't obsess over stupid trivia like the popular vote, the size of his inauguration parade, these are all things of supreme importance to the POTUS right? (rolleyes).
Trump is being treated the same way as he treats others, he's nasty, insulting and is obsessed with his own image. That is what makes Trump such a temptation for satire.
Politics aside, there are some of us who actually wonder if this man has all his marbles.  
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codyrush Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017  Student Filmographer
 Obama is just as tacky as Trump. Do you not remember the selfie stick? The celebrity roasts? When Matt Damon criticized his foreign policy, his rebuttal was, "Well, I hated 'The Adjustment Bureau' so, uh, right back atcha, Matt.' For fuck's sake, he had Bill Murray in the oval office to do a cheesy PSA on Obamacare! Like Bill Murray does't have health insurance! The guy used his Father's Day speech to shit on fathers across the country (which, given his own dead beat dad, just oozes projection). His wife is just as bad. #Bringbackourgirls? Remember that? She was mourning over girls in africa being kidnapped and enslaved by militants; but, those same militants? The killed the boys in those schools. Where's their hashtag? And her Oprah speech to father's to "be better"? I find that illiberal piece of Hollywood FAR more offensive than Trump saying CNN is fake news (which it is), or saying 'Hamilton' discriminated against the VP and should apologize. (I am concerned however about him whining about a company on behalf of Ivanka; that's just babying an adult.)

 I don't care if he's a big meanie face, I care if he's going to renegotiate international trade deals. I care if he's going to repeal universal health care (because you can't do it with a country our size; we're not denmark!).

 Well, that's why I like Ben Shapiro, he criticizes Trump all the time. He even has a segment of his podcast called 'Good Trump/Bad Trump'; it has its own catchy jingle. Trump is not my boss, I'm his boss; because I gave him the job. He's my public servant, and I want him to do better. I encourage criticism, but the people doing it are so two-faced it makes me cringe. 
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fred1009 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017
Trump is the subject of satire because of the way he behaves. What part of this do you not understand? NOTHING you have said has anything to do with this.
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codyrush Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017  Student Filmographer
 It doesn't have to; you had multiple argument. Not just one. And I refuted them. While also saying his "behavior" doesn't concern me: his actions, his actual policies, do. 
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IsacLoboZ Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017
Jack stop this is boring
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fred1009 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017
Please Jack, don't stop this is fun.
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Jonas72 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017
Love this, but oh, Doctor Factbender is just especially brilliant! :D
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Dragon-Furry Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
Hehehe... Good one :D
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capnhands Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
Trump would be"Gung-ho" Sadiq Khan would be "Serpentor" Theresa Mary May would be "Baroness"
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MoonDarter Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
Seeing "The Bannoness" has surely shortened my life by several months.
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JJMacCrimmon Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017  Professional Photographer
mwahahahahahahahaha
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WindyCityPuma Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
Too bad there was no room for Pence as Destro XD 
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tigerfangart Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
Zart-Anne Conway! 

Jeffstro Sessions! 

Cant nt think of a good one for Storm Shadow, though.
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k10a06p2000 Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
Soros Speech Bubble Black Left SideNice to see you're helping Mr. Jackson.Speech Bubble Black Right Side 
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sowerofash Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2017
We all appreciate a good goy's efforts
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niauropsaka Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017   Digital Artist
You know that there are more billionaire donors on the right than on the left, right? Because the political right derives from the concerns of the elite and comfortable, while the political left derives from the concerns of the common man.

So even if George Soros, and Haim Saban, and the AFL-CIO were funding all of us (they're not, by the way), their efforts could be easily dwarfed by all the money spent by the Waltons, the Kochs, the Adelsons, Altria, ExxonMobil, the gun manufacturers, and so forth.

So why bring Soros up? Is it that he doesn't spend money the way the other boys at the country club do? Aw! It's so cute that you care about their opinions!
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codyrush Featured By Owner Edited Mar 10, 2017  Student Filmographer
That's a false binary that belies reality. The truth is there's, at this point, two major concerns above all others in the West: libertarians versus authoritarians. Democrats lie as much about the State as Republicans lie about God. I hate both of them, but at least the Reps are willing to listen. The Dems are lazy now, they just resort to buzz words and academic pomposity and pathos to maintain their power. 

 Except Carlos Slim, one of the richest men in the world, with about 36 billion to his name, was a HUGE Hilary supporter. He owns the majority of personal shares in the NYT, more than one tenth of the company, and has immense influence on management appointments; as well as most of the media in Mexico. They actually had to revise their constitution just so he couldn't grub for more power. As well one of the most statist philosophies, Marxism and its actualized system of government, Communism, and its postures, are constantly being espoused by the second largest GDP holding country on the planet, China; and for years Communism has been weaseling its way into Western academia and politics. Fostered mostly by the Democrats. Did I mention the Democrat's leading lady was backed by Saudi Arabia's royal family, one of the richest foreign interests on the planet? So, no, I think you're patently misinformed. I don't think the Dems have a shortage of money compared to the Reps. They have a different kind of money, though: my money. That's what social programs do, they redistribute poverty. 

 As well George Soros is responsible, observably, for breaking the Bank of England; which he did, and Business Insider, I believe, covered the scandal. And he's the backer for BLM, an obvious hate group that can't stop lying about police "victims", Black on Black crime, or the Black culture of mediocrity in America. Besides that he has observably backed radical groups, some with, as I recall, terrorist leanings. 
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niauropsaka Featured By Owner Edited Mar 10, 2017   Digital Artist
Who is pushing a false binary now? If you spoke to Democrats instead of at them, you might learn to recognise that Hillary and Obama were "centrists," to the left on some issues but a bit right-of-centre economically.

The American Right are libertarian how?
They want to tell the poor how to spend their small amount of income, and count it as helping.
They want to make it harder to move to a different country, even if you're fleeing violence.
They want to invade other countries and murder at will, to find "enemies" and torture and kill their families.

But hey, if you get tired of the fear and the poverty, at least you can buy a gun and kill yourself more easily. Freedom!
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codyrush Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017  Student Filmographer
...How could you miss this? I'm saying what matters are libertarians versus authoritarians. I went on further to explain the democrats and the reps are both bad, but at least the right are willing to listen. That's been my experience as a libertarian. To me, the most oppressed minority in human society, in the continuity of our species, has always and ever will be the individual. It's not all about Left and Right. 

 A 15$ minimum wage is not a "centrist" view, sir. Forcing uneven taxation of the rich, and calling it their "fair share" (to be decided by the State, not the free market) is not a centrist view. Telling women they should be believed automatically when they make a rape accusation is not a centrist idea at all: it's about as illiberal as it gets. It flies in the face of the oldest tenet of Western law, innocent until proven guilty. Hilary was never a centrist, an opportunist, yes, but a centrist? No. Neither was Obama with his 'Dear Colleague' letter, or 'Fast and the Furious', nor his views on the NSA. Keeping citizen emails on file for more than a year, just sitting around: waiting to be used for blackmail. He also said he'd shut down Guantanamo; he never did. What about Obama is centrist at all? Because none of those policies and plots during his presidency argue he has a centrist bone in his body: the man is shamelessly Far Left leaning. 



 
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niauropsaka Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2017   Digital Artist
I suggest, madam, that you study a little more political science and political history before you expound on what "far left" consists of. I'm a leftist. We're not all Joseph Stalin.
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k10a06p2000 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017
It's just a joke, man.
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niauropsaka Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2017   Digital Artist
Sorry, man. :D Sore spot.
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SrxV96 Featured By Owner Edited Mar 9, 2017
It's not just about the money factor, though it does play a part. The Soros boogeyman taps into multiple fear factors that can be exploited, and in the online realm, invoking Soros serves primarily as common code among white-supremacists/antisemites for invoking Jew-hating conspiracy theories, especially the Zionist Elders 'rich Jews trying to control the world' one (case in point, the source of that Soros pic is an antisemite linking to YT videos featuring Nazi salutes among other things) Sure, Saban also fits that bill, but he's less-known by comparison (and had a hand in founding a lot of the anime stuff many white-supremacists are obsessed with today, so he's probably less of an ideal target from their perspective).
The end result is that it's really a numbers game. Far more people among the US right support base know who and what is meant when the Dread Jew Soros is invoked than others they can attack.
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codyrush Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017  Student Filmographer
Sssso, are you saying anyone who's suspicious of George Soros is a white supremacist? Or that he's primarily the subject of interest of "white supremacists"? And if so, where's your proof? How 'bout a link definitively proving George Soros is a pet boogie man for "white supremacist"? 

 And stop using the word "anti-semite", it just shows you don't know what you're talking about. Semitic Caucasians consist of three demographics, Arabs, Persians, and Jews, by definition; and I'm sure two out of three of those demographics would appreciate not being lumped together; or having one demographic swipe the entire term. All Jews are Semitic, not all Semitic people, however, are Jews; or Jewish in faith. Just say "anti-jew" or "anti-Jewish" that's much more honest and concise. 
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niauropsaka Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2017   Digital Artist
Persians are not Semitic; they are literally "Aryans"--people of Iran. Assyrians are Semitic, as are Ethiopians. Not that I expect you to know the difference.

But the term "Antisemitism" comes from Europe, specifically Germans who were reacting to "Semitic" cultural influence through religion: Judaism and Christianity.
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codyrush Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2017  Student Filmographer
Yes, Persians are not Semitic, upon closer inspection: but Arabs are, so the term, as a general description for Anti-Jewish sentiment, is illiterate. 
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SrxV96 Featured By Owner Edited Mar 14, 2017
The source from whom he linked that particular Soros pic is a host of virulent Anti-Jewish AND anti-Muslim junk, where there's actually more anti-Muslim items than anti-Jewish ones.  So yes, antisemitism very much applies in full in that regard as both groups are the targets of systemic hate.

Also, definitions of antisemitism-
Per Merriam-Webster: "Hostility toward or discrimination against Jews as a religious, ethnic, or racial group."
Per Cambridge Dictionary: "The
strong dislike or cruel and unfair treatment of Jewish people."
Per Wikipedia: "Antisemitism (also spelled anti-Semitism or anti-semitism) is hostility, prejudice, or discrimination against Jews. A person who holds such positions is called an antisemite. Antisemitism is generally considered to be a form of racism."

Granted, Wikipedia's reliablity is debatable, but are you really gonna claim that the other two reliable sources and their definitions are 'illiterate'?
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k10a06p2000 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2017
The little Soros comment I made was a joke, granted I am suspicious of guys like Soros but it was a joke, big deal.
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seanwthornton Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
HAHAHAHHAHA
Awesome
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SrxV96 Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
Sigh, we've been over this Jollyjack, you keep making his hands ridiculously and unrealistically large.... Wink/Razz 
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