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    Default Cover Contest 12 Aug - 18 Aug: Down on the Farm

    People have been cramped in confined quarters during the shutdown, so many folks now long for outdoor activities in the wide open spaces. The theme of this week's contest is agriculture: living on a farm, or working on a farm, or growing crops (including urban gardening!), or planting or harvesting, or tending to livestock, or simply relaxing at the farmhouse after a day's work in the fields and kicking back a couple of cold ones:



    The usual RULES apply:
    1) Post One (& ONLY ONE) Cover that fits the theme of this Week's Contest!
    2) Cover must be from a Published Comic Book, Graphic Novel, or Collected Volume!
    3) Covers must be Posted before Voting Begins!
    4) Voting Begins 12 AM Tuesday PDT and Runs Until 12 AM Wednesday PDT (3 AM EDT)! (This is in US time)
    5) Vote by Posting the name in BOLD of the Poster whose cover best fits the theme or that you simply like the most! A vote need not be in bold, but it does make it easier to Count-The-Votes!
    6) The Winner of the Contest is the Entry with the MOST Votes after the Voting-Period!
    7) It's Okay to Discuss the Covers but if you Think Someone's Entry Doesn't Fit the Theme or Violates the Rules, you Don't need to Argue it in the thread, Simply Don't Vote for It!
    8) Plus: Occasionally Voting will Result in a Tie! The Person Who Started the Thread will do the Counting that Week will Usually call for a TIE-Breaking --Vote from Someone who has Not Yet Voted!
    9) AFTER the Tie-Breaker Vote, Voting Ends and the Winner is Declared by The One Who Started the Thread (or assigned surrogate) and Thus will do the Counting.
    10) HAVE FUN!

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    Here's your favorite anthropomorphic milking machine!

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    "Relaxing," sorta...

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    Last edited by Scott Taylor; 08-12-2020 at 09:57 AM.
    Every day is a gift, not a given right.

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    There came a time when the Old Gods died! The Brave died with the Cunning! The Noble perished locked in battle with unleashed Evil! It was the last day for them! An ancient era was passing in fiery holocaust!

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    Some nice looking calves.
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    I think restorative nostalgia is the number one issue with comic book fans.
    A fine distinction between two types of Nostalgia:

    Reflective Nostalgia allows us to savor our memories but accepts that they are in the past
    Restorative Nostalgia pushes back against the here and now, keeping us stuck trying to relive our glory days.

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    [img]https://i.******.com/originals/55/55/02/5555029b658a6f6e2abb7ae631edaa1b.jpg[/img]



    That was strange. Hopefully this link will remain active.
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    It's Rex and it's on a farm. There's like a barn and a silo and stuff.


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    Why does the lesser evil always have to be so great? - Volker Pispers

    I believe Tara Reade.
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    Bugs and Porky. Working smarter; not harder.
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    FARM HORSE NIGHTMARE


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    Quote Originally Posted by The General, JLA #38
    'Why?' Just to see the disappointment on your corn-fed, gee-whiz face, Superman. And because a great dark voice on the edge of nothing spoke to me and said you all had to die. There is no 'Why?'

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    Defending everyone's right to light for their garden since 2004 (at least)
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    «Speaking generally, it is because of the desire of the tragic poets for the marvellous that so varied and inconsistent an account of Medea has been given out» (Diodorus Siculus, The Library of History [4.56.1])

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