You change, like a chameleon… that’s Karma.
Opus could never say no to Milo or anyone else for that matter. This actually becomes a pretty funny arc when Opus gets there and interacts with the Rajneeshees.
Before this year diseases were a source of humour.
Happens in politics too.
“Welcome. We want you understand our organization. Here, lie down on this couch and get comfy. Nothing to worry about we are just going to attach a few electrodes to your head to measure your brain waves as we play soothing music. Oh, here we need to put this nice peppermint flavored mouthguard in your mouth. Ready?”
I guess that would explain the progressives.
Opus, sneeze back at them with that hooter of yours, and you’ll have plenty of time to escape… ☺
I remember Boy George! Hahahahaha! And so glad the Rajneeshees are back in the strip, what a time that was out in Antelope and in Portland.
Boy George was part of a cult?
Coincidentally relevant with its reference to virus-like cult propagation, the strip has Opus as the timid voice of Reason and Milo as the imperious cult-buster intending to “spring” (that is, kidnap) Bill. We shall see….