And here's proof that the general public should always decide what goes on the covers of magazines. Oregon's The Portland Mercury put that responsibility in the hands of its readers, letting them take a poll to choose. Artist Andrew Zubko was then asked to bring it life.
So what'd they vote for? A metal bikini-clad Betty White holding a flaming chainsaw riding John Ritter. And not just any John Ritter. Centaur John Ritter. This of course begs the question, when did Portland become the most awesome city in the country? And do they have room for us? (via Neatorama)
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