from the there's-a-'soylent-green'-joke-in-there-and-i'm-going-to-go-get dept
It's not much to look at from a distance:
But, fortunately, Huh Magazine has a selection of closeup shots to better show how piracy is swiftly turning musicians blue.
In the following two closeups, a few details stand out, which we decided to highlight for discussion purposes:
 A man who looks suspiciously like Kim Dotcom as portrayed by Rex Ryan gestures wildly at the cowering musicians while unwittingly providing user names and passwords to the onlooking Anonymous member.
 Lyle Lovett is menaced by an eyeless worlock who uses his magicks to unsettle Lovett's hairpiece.
 A Hindu techie delivers a new monitor.
 A man requests a refund for his defective power strip, gesturing at the distinct lack of sockets.
 H8trs gonna h8.
A set of striking images to be sure, reminding each and every one of us John Q. Downloaders that your computer's hard drive is made out of people, and each download is slowly (depending on ISP) drowning them. Which is bad, because most of them own expensive electronic devices.