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(WTSP)   Just when you thought George Zimmerman couldn't get any weirder. Behold, 'Angie'   (wtsp.com) divider line 111
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2014-01-23 04:05:30 PM
With the deep red and orange, it is clear that it is not a flattering portrayal of her, but it does look a lot like her.  He's actually a pretty good artist.  The use of shadows, the proportions are pretty good.  Much better than I expected.  And if he can get $100K a pop, he should do a lot more of them.
 
2014-01-23 04:12:02 PM
Well, he's obviously been using his grey scale card.
 
2014-01-23 04:22:10 PM
no matter what zimmerman does, i wouldn't ever think he could not get weirder. zimmerman getting weirder is something i take for granted

SlothB77

his last piece of "art" involved him painting over an image he printed off of google images. i'll have a look in a mo and see if i can find the source of this one
 
2014-01-23 04:26:25 PM
yup, it's there - fourth google image search result
pbs.twimg.com
freedomoutpost.com
 
2014-01-23 04:33:11 PM
That's a tad unflattering.
 
2014-01-23 04:41:36 PM
I may not know much about art, but I know what I like.

And I don't like that.
 
2014-01-23 04:47:39 PM
I am still at work. Am I obligated to drink now, or may I drink an hour from now, when I have returned home?
 
2014-01-23 04:53:24 PM

Dimensio: I am still at work. Am I obligated to drink now, or may I drink an hour from now, when I have returned home?


*checks rules*

I'm sorry, my friend. Try not to get a DUI on the way home.
 
2014-01-23 05:01:10 PM
did she actually make that comment?
 
2014-01-23 05:01:47 PM
Hasn't this asshat's fifteen minutes expired yet?
 
2014-01-23 05:02:05 PM
fark the farking fark out of autoplay video links
 
2014-01-23 05:02:46 PM
Damn got that annoying song stuck in my head.

Angie....
 
2014-01-23 05:03:59 PM
Zimmerman sold another painting on eBay last month, with a winning bid of $100,099.99.

Christ, the racist sure will break themselves to support this asshole.
 
2014-01-23 05:07:16 PM

ongbok: Zimmerman sold another painting on eBay last month, with a winning bid of $100,099.99.

Christ, the racist sure will break themselves to support this asshole.


Maybe we'll get lucky and he'll blow it all on hookers and blow, thus returning it to the economy in some fashion.
 
2014-01-23 05:09:05 PM

21-7-b: yup, it's there - fourth google image search result
[pbs.twimg.com image 599x469]
[freedomoutpost.com image 628x353]


Those aren't the same... there's no microphone in his painting.
 
2014-01-23 05:09:33 PM
I was reading an article here the other day about lLndsay Lohan - and how upscale clubs in London are paying her 5-10-15 thousand bucks a night just to hang out in their clubs. And then I went on to read that that isn't even much - cast members of Jersey Shore regularly pull down 25 for doing the same thing. And I realized - there are a lot of ways that any kind of fame or notoriety can be directly converted into money today.
What I took away was this - if you are a contemporary American, and find yourself in the public eye, it's worth a significant amount of money for every day you can stay that way - famous or notorious - it makes no difference as long as they are all talking about you.
This only used to work for people whose lives revolved around fame, like rock stars or movie stars - but now, any schmoe who gets his name in the papers can convert it into coin by a wide variety of means.
We are in for a future that consists of mostly of this. Get used to it.
 
2014-01-23 05:10:06 PM

Nabb1: That's a tad unflattering.


I'm not a fan of this, but if it's helping him to get the anger out... more power to him.

As for the image itself, it's a better representation than I would have expected.  I'm not sure if the quote is accurate, but regardless of which side of the camp you were on here, it's an accurate statement.

Regardless, this is a higher form of trollery than I have seen in quite some time.
 
2014-01-23 05:11:05 PM
I'm starting to look like an Uruk Hai from all the facepalming today
 
2014-01-23 05:11:14 PM

SlothB77: With the deep red and orange, it is clear that it is not a flattering portrayal of her, but it does look a lot like her.  He's actually a pretty good artist.  The use of shadows, the proportions are pretty good.  Much better than I expected.  And if he can get $100K a pop, he should do a lot more of them.


"he" takes a photo- blows it up-then shops it to a line drawing then paints by numbers.
and by "he" I mean someone he hires and pays a percentage cut to,probably signing them to an nda.
 
2014-01-23 05:12:45 PM

ongbok: Zimmerman sold another painting on eBay last month, with a winning bid of $100,099.99.

Christ, the racist sure will break themselves to support this asshole.


someone probably troll bid that one using a fake account.
 
2014-01-23 05:15:52 PM
When I saw the headline, I thought it meant that Zimmerman was caught having sex with Mick Jagger by David Bowie's wife.
 
2014-01-23 05:16:16 PM
Meanwhile, how's Rachel?
i.imgur.com
 
2014-01-23 05:16:27 PM
Well, I guess I'd rather he be making crappy paintings of people he fears/hates than following them around and shooting them.
 
2014-01-23 05:16:42 PM

meathome: Nabb1: That's a tad unflattering.

I'm not a fan of this, but if it's helping him to get the anger out... more power to him.

As for the image itself, it's a better representation than I would have expected.  I'm not sure if the quote is accurate, but regardless of which side of the camp you were on here, it's an accurate statement.

Regardless, this is a higher form of trollery than I have seen in quite some time.


Well, he's wise to move fast. Right now, his window of opportunity is open, and he can make money off his notoriety - and would be a fool not too. He doesn't really know how long he can keep that window open, at least not without getting himself into more trouble than it's worth - the eye of the media is fickle. He's smart to be gathering roses while he can.
 
2014-01-23 05:17:02 PM

meathome: Nabb1: That's a tad unflattering.

I'm not a fan of this, but if it's helping him to get the anger out... more power to him.

As for the image itself, it's a better representation than I would have expected.  I'm not sure if the quote is accurate, but regardless of which side of the camp you were on here, it's an accurate statement.

irregardless, this is a higher form of trollery than I have seen in quite some time.


/pet peave
 
2014-01-23 05:17:41 PM

jso2897: I was reading an article here the other day about lLndsay Lohan - and how upscale clubs in London are paying her 5-10-15 thousand bucks a night just to hang out in their clubs. And then I went on to read that that isn't even much - cast members of Jersey Shore regularly pull down 25 for doing the same thing. And I realized - there are a lot of ways that any kind of fame or notoriety can be directly converted into money today.
What I took away was this - if you are a contemporary American, and find yourself in the public eye, it's worth a significant amount of money for every day you can stay that way - famous or notorious - it makes no difference as long as they are all talking about you.
This only used to work for people whose lives revolved around fame, like rock stars or movie stars - but now, any schmoe who gets his name in the papers can convert it into coin by a wide variety of means.
We are in for a future that consists of mostly of this. Get used to it.


You're probably right. Now I has a sad.
 
2014-01-23 05:17:53 PM
Why painting?  A fan of mass killers like Gacy and Bush?  Is he trying to tell us he's not going to stop at one??
 
2014-01-23 05:18:07 PM
Gets sued for slander..5..4..3..
 
2014-01-23 05:19:59 PM

blatz514: meathome: Nabb1: That's a tad unflattering.

I'm not a fan of this, but if it's helping him to get the anger out... more power to him.

As for the image itself, it's a better representation than I would have expected.  I'm not sure if the quote is accurate, but regardless of which side of the camp you were on here, it's an accurate statement.

irregardless, this is a higher form of trollery than I have seen in quite some time.

/pet peave

peeve.


Sorry.
 
2014-01-23 05:22:22 PM
Somewhere an IRS agent is grinning like a chesire cat
 
2014-01-23 05:24:40 PM

Evil Mackerel: Gets sued for slander..5..4..3..


I'm thinking more along the lines of:  Gets sued for copyright infringement in ...5..4..3...

Whoever is the photographer/copyright owner of the original photograph from which it was copied has every right to sue him for the profits, and if registered with the Copyright Office they can seek additional damages + attorney fees.

BTW, just because there was a winning bid of $100,000+ on Ebay for his last masterpiece does not mean he actually collected the money on it.
 
2014-01-23 05:25:12 PM

ongbok: Zimmerman sold another painting on eBay last month, with a winning bid of $100,099.99.

Christ, the racist sure will break themselves to support this asshole.


I was so amazed at the bidding that I went and looked at the auction on ebay when it was somewhere above $90,000.  All of the high bidders were virtually brand new and none had a purchase history of more than one or two previous items.  I couldn't help but assume that they were fake profiles, and frankly assumed that at least one of them belonged to Zimmerman himself. I'm pretty skeptical that anyone paid him a dime for that thing.
 
2014-01-23 05:27:07 PM

jso2897: blatz514: meathome: Nabb1: That's a tad unflattering.

I'm not a fan of this, but if it's helping him to get the anger out... more power to him.

As for the image itself, it's a better representation than I would have expected.  I'm not sure if the quote is accurate, but regardless of which side of the camp you were on here, it's an accurate statement.

irregardless, this is a higher form of trollery than I have seen in quite some time.

/pet peave peeve.


Sorry.


Maybe I'm not getting the whole joke correctly, but I thought spelling peeve wrong was part of teh funny.
 
2014-01-23 05:30:11 PM

lordjupiter: Why painting?  A fan of mass killers like Gacy and Bush?  Is he trying to tell us he's not going to stop at one??


You know who else liked to paint?
 
2014-01-23 05:31:34 PM

offacue: fark the farking fark out of autoplay video links


I'll keep posting this as a public service:

http://internet.wonderhowto.com/how-to/disable-annoying-autoplay-med ia -chrome-firefox-safari-and-internet-explorer-0139641/

Just disable auto-play videos in your browser.  The only downside is that you have one extra click to play YouTube videos, but it's farking worth it to save the aggravation.  Instead of an auto-play video, you get a plugin box you have to click to play.
 
2014-01-23 05:32:33 PM

WhyKnot: did she actually make that comment?


I had assumed that was an expression of his own views, and not a quote from her.  However, the way it's presented on the picture it does look as if he's implying she said it.

Gotta give it to him.  He is an awful person, but his troll-fu is strong.
 
2014-01-23 05:34:10 PM

OneFretAway: ongbok: Zimmerman sold another painting on eBay last month, with a winning bid of $100,099.99.

Christ, the racist sure will break themselves to support this asshole.

I was so amazed at the bidding that I went and looked at the auction on ebay when it was somewhere above $90,000.  All of the high bidders were virtually brand new and none had a purchase history of more than one or two previous items.  I couldn't help but assume that they were fake profiles, and frankly assumed that at least one of them belonged to Zimmerman himself. I'm pretty skeptical that anyone paid him a dime for that thing.


I can see somebody thinking they could recoup a substantial investment in a curiosity like that. trouble is, it has no value as art - only as a souvenier of a killer. and he just chopped the value of that curiosity in half by making another. If he makes very many, they will become worth little or nothing. If I were him, I would move to something low-ticket, like T-shirts. The markup on those is huge, and if he moved while his name is still hot, he could make some serious coin.
 
2014-01-23 05:34:51 PM

blatz514: jso2897: blatz514: meathome: Nabb1: That's a tad unflattering.

I'm not a fan of this, but if it's helping him to get the anger out... more power to him.

As for the image itself, it's a better representation than I would have expected.  I'm not sure if the quote is accurate, but regardless of which side of the camp you were on here, it's an accurate statement.

irregardless, this is a higher form of trollery than I have seen in quite some time.

/pet peave peeve.


Sorry.

Maybe I'm not getting the whole joke correctly, but I thought spelling peeve wrong was part of teh funny.


Trolling is a art.
 
2014-01-23 05:35:05 PM

Oldiron_79: lordjupiter: Why painting?  A fan of mass killers like Gacy and Bush?  Is he trying to tell us he's not going to stop at one??

You know who else liked to paint?


blogs.artinfo.com

Modified nazi salute
 
2014-01-23 05:36:19 PM

lawboy87: Evil Mackerel: Gets sued for slander..5..4..3..

I'm thinking more along the lines of:  Gets sued for copyright infringement in ...5..4..3...

Whoever is the photographer/copyright owner of the original photograph from which it was copied has every right to sue him for the profits, and if registered with the Copyright Office they can seek additional damages + attorney fees.

BTW, just because there was a winning bid of $100,000+ on Ebay for his last masterpiece does not mean he actually collected the money on it.


if they have failed to protect the use of that image they may be barred from asserting an IP claim.
 
2014-01-23 05:36:52 PM
GZ gets sued for libel in 3...2...1.  As Alan Dershowitz can attest, Angela Corey is all about payback.
 
2014-01-23 05:37:00 PM

lawboy87: Whoever is the photographer/copyright owner of the original photograph from which it was copied has every right to sue him for the profits, and if registered with the Copyright Office they can seek additional damages + attorney fees.


Does that count if you change the medium?
 
2014-01-23 05:37:54 PM
At least he's starting to become more honest, even if he's doing so by attempting to project his own feelings on to her.
 
2014-01-23 05:39:07 PM
Am I the only one who read the headline and half-expected a "Bradley/Chelsea Manning" redux?
 
2014-01-23 05:39:48 PM

Lsherm: lawboy87: Whoever is the photographer/copyright owner of the original photograph from which it was copied has every right to sue him for the profits, and if registered with the Copyright Office they can seek additional damages + attorney fees.

Does that count if you change the medium?


"Does that count if you change the medium?"

- Shia LaBeouf

/yes it does
 
2014-01-23 05:46:06 PM
Zimmerman will get better ... if he lives.  Dude was pretty sh*t upon. I kind of feel sorry for him.
 
2014-01-23 05:46:35 PM
OneFretAway

I had assumed that was an expression of his own views, and not a quote from her. However, the way it's presented on the picture it does look as if he's implying she said it.

Gotta give it to him. He is an awful person, but his troll-fu is strong.


the american flag adorned with the phrase 'one nation under god with liberty and justice for all,' the prosecutor he beat who apparently had 'this much respect for american judicial system.' he's literally painting (by numbers) himself as a hero, which is what his supporters see him as. the fact that this all came about because he followed and then killed a kid who had popped down the store is something he has chosen not to dwell upon in 'his' creative 'works' in his effort to cash in. where does he go next? a painting of the body with zimmerman raising his hands to the heavens and some comment about martin having had it coming to him from god? hmm, gis turns up no results for that one, so probably not
 
2014-01-23 05:47:32 PM

jso2897: meathome: Nabb1: <snip>

Well, he's wise to move fast. Right now, his window of opportunity is open, and he can make money off his notoriety - and would be a fool not too. He doesn't really know how long he can keep that window open, at least not without getting himself into more trouble than it's worth - the eye of the media is fickle. He's smart to be gathering roses while he can.


That explains why he draws his gun and waves it around his GF every so often, gotta get him some fresh headlines so he can sell him some paintings!
 
2014-01-23 05:51:45 PM
Someone put that f*cker down already.
 
2014-01-23 05:52:11 PM

Nabb1: That's a tad unflattering.



Zimmerman's painting is pretty bad, too.
 
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