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Pike Makes a Declaration
A pretty savvy political statement is made by inserting Pike into John Trumbull's famous painting, "Declaration of Independence." Note that Pike is blasting the pepper spray on to the document itself.
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Tensions Are Too Damn High
There's a lot going on in this entry. I might need to sit down and catch my breath for a second here...
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Pike Gets High
Pike has here been inserted into the famous photograph, "New York Construction Workers Lunching on a Crossbeam," taken atop the unfinished GE Building in 1932. Back then, the penalty for pepper spraying a colleague was a night in the hoosegow and a fine of 12 haypennies.
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Gandalf the Spray... That's What They Used to Call Me...
Guess Winter is Coming for Lt. Pike, right, guys? (Am I doing this right?)
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Lt. Pike meets Simon Belmont in this ode to the classic video game series "Castlevania." Does pepper spray work on the undead?
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Pike the Nighthawk
Pike invades another iconic painting. This time, it's Edward Hopper's "Nighthawks."
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