We were just getting ready to put together a nice post on Neelu Berry’s latest foli à une, when something dropped into the mailbox that caught our eye instead.
We’re like that, you know. Fickle.
Anyhoo…the new bright’n’shiny object comes from someone who calls him/herself ‘Black’ (oooh, scary!) and gives the creative email address ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’. Because of course: Masons.
Oh, and they’re using a VPN that geolocates them in Moscow, that’s obviously supposed to convey that extra little frisson of terror. This is someone who really thinks we ought to be afraid of them.
But best of all, they’ve gone to some trouble to make us a nice bit of ASCII art. You remember that: back in the ’90s, it was really the only kind of art you could make on a computer, and so you’d get your friends emailing you strange collations of signs and symbols, which if you squinted, you could barely make out to be a pig. Or possibly a dog. Or not.
So here’s Mr/Ms Black’s offering:
See that? Under all the blather about how s/he’s going to expose us (for what? your guess is as good as ours), there’s a kind of lopsided Guy Fawkes mask, just like those fellas—what do they call themselves, Anonymous?—wear.
Except, you know, in ASCII art. Talk about a blast from the past!
Well, thanks, Black. That made our evening. Here’s one back for you: