Hello! I'm Tom. I designed a game called Gunpoint, about rewiring things and punching people, and now I'm working on a new one called Heat Signature, about sneaking aboard randomly generated spaceships. Here's some more info on all the games I've worked on, here's the podcast I do, here are the videos I make on YouTube, here are some of the articles I wrote for PC Gamer, and here are two short stories I wrote for the Machine of Death collections.
For some reason your stupid country doesn’t let foreign superpowers like myself buy-in whoever we want to be State Representative in these ‘states’ of yours. But see if you can guess from their faces which one of these two candidates is evil.
Like everyone with a political agenda, I haven’t really looked into it and I know next to nothing about either candidate. But Sean Tevis’s XKCD homage makes a convincing case, and you don’t need to look into the other guy for long before you know he has to be stopped.
Tevis needs 3000 donations of $8.34 to out-finance the pink toad. No Kansas candidate has got more than 644 donors before, but he’s now on 2,894, so it’s not going to take much.
Update: He needed to get 3000 contributions in under two weeks – he got over 4,000 in two days. There’s now a short epilogue comic by way of thanks. Good job, the 1,107 Americans I apparently command.
roburky: Your comic link is wrong, but I found it anyway:
Dante: That is brilliant.
It's about damn time the internet finally started taking over the world. I say we send Sean to Congress next time.
ZomBuster: Wait, how long since you posted this? Because he now has 4001 donations :O
Tom Francis: Duhh. Thanks roburky, fixed in the main post now.
Zom - a few hours. I am more powerful than I can possibly imagine.
Lack_26: Its at 4,101 at the moment, good show, good show indeed. Soon the internet will decide who the next president is.
SenatorPalpatine: That's great, I hope he wins!
Charlie: Ha, I'm actually from Kansas(eastern) and couldn't agree more.
Holy Q: Sean Tevis, looks like the kinda guy you wouldn't mind giving a high five.
Arlen Siegfreid, on the other hand, looks like the kinda guy who would sue you because he though you looked at him with too much sass.