It's missing the great one of Pawnee citizens attempting to burn a magician at the stake, before pulling back to reveal it happened in a parking lot in the 1970s.
The atrocities are in blue
Also I want a coffee table book of these paintings
This is a 'History of Pawnee' book coming out based on the show, hopefully it'll include the murals, in addition to elaborating on the stories.
I don't get it. I mean, he's just a small horse.
YOU SHUT THE FUCK UP RIGHT NOW!
HOW DARE YOU DISHONOR THE DEAD LIKE THAT!
HE WAS TINY, AND BEAUTIFUL, AND NOW HE IS GONE YOU HEARTLESS BASTARD!
Pawnee has put up a Li'l Sebastian tribute on their Web site:
It helps, a bit. There are a lot of images of Li'l Sebastian on Altavista too, take a few minutes and do some image searches.
I want to know who does all the paintings that show up in the show. That shows a huge amount of dedication.
"we also need better, less offensive history"
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A Lively Fisting should be shown in every classroom. Enough of your PC rules and hooplah!
For the one essentially being an early depiction of the war-orgy composition style Gamesworkshop would later become famous for.
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