The only stupid question is the one you don’t ask.
The Wrath of Mother!
And a few more cuss words!
Speaking of cussing… or is that fanfare? I’m going to have to say “Goodbye”. My life has gotten weird again. I am going to come in here ever once in a while… read… maybe give a vote. But… I need to fade into the shadows. Keep the light going!
They don’t call it the “burning bush” just for drama.
Dinner options or software options?
If it’s dinner options, you have two options: eat it or go hungry
If it’s software options, you have many, most you won’t ever need or use, BUT you will pay for them and they will slow your system down or make it crash
I’m told that God loves everyone. I’ve noticed that she does it from a considerable distance!
FOOM – Friends Of Old Marvel! (fan magazine a long time ago)
My favorite retort, there are no stupid questions, just stupid people that ask questions.
Wiley made a good Mel Brook’s variation .
There are no stupid questions…just stupid people who ask them.
I’ll have one from tablet A and one from tablet B.
I look forward to the return of Homer. Given his last panel, does this mean I have to wait 9 months?
Conservatives treat the ten commandments like the constitution, mere suggestions.
Most still see them as a choice to do or not do. Only thing that remains the same is the stone. The writing has faded to faint scratches.
11: Thou shalt not bother thy mother whilst she’s on the toilet.
Don’t fry the messenger.
“I’ve got good news and bad news. The good news is I got Him down from 20 to 10. The bad news — adultery’s still in.”
Microwaved Moe Says: ….
People forget that they were not the 10 “Suggestions”
I assure students there are stupid questions, to cut off the joker who wants to ask, “Why is there air?” in history class. Don’t think I was ever asked one – even the person rejoicing that the South won the Civil War over the slave-owning North was trying to grapple with history in her own confused state of mind. (And she sure as heck needed a good answer.)
I’m kinda surprised he wasn’t made to carry the 11th Commandment from August 31st of last year down the mountain this time.
Oh please. There is indeed such a thing as a stupid question. If you have to say “There is no such thing as a stupid question.” you probably just heard one.
For the devout, it’s Prix Fixe, pas de substitution. For the majority, it’s a la carte where they pick and chose.
I find the 10 commandments to be rather uninspiring. “Thou shalt not” is the very minimum one can do. If salvation is merely a matter of not doing anything, rocks and other inanimate objects are the paradigms of virtue.
Am I a good person just because I don’t worship pagan idols, invoke God’s name to smite my neighbor or make me more popular, kill people, lie in an attempt to hurt my neighbor or for personal gain, or sleep with his wife or sleep around on my wife or rob money from people?
That’s kind of setting the bar rather low, don’t you think? Yet politicians fail to clear it consistently.
There are stupid questions, but I let them slide as long as they’re only asked once.
If you are interested in the thoughts of a Jewish scholar and radio host on the Ten Commandments. https://www.prageru.com/playlist/the-ten-commandments/
The Jan 5th, 1997 strip by Wiley used the same premise, with the last panel reading "He says, Yes, you have to obey ALL of them ALL of the time. And this concludes the *@?^!! question and answer period…
Thanks, Wiley, for my first really good laugh of the day. After the horrific events this week, God knows we needed one!
Didja ever wonder, why these prophets have to go off into the desert or the jungle to find God?
My deity is right close to me, she keeps me on the straight and narrow. Let’s me know if I’ve messed up. Like, when I put my socks in the wrong drawer, stuff like that.
Did anyone notice, the crud raised a clenched fist with his black gloves on, Wednesday. Doesn’t he know…That’s the “Black Power” salute.
Power to the Pandas!
Moses addressing politicians.
History says otherwise, particularlly the “thou shall not steal, bear false witness, and murder” parts. To paraphrase George Carlin, “it all depends on who’s doing it and who’s it being done to”.
And the Lord God has spoken!
Remember when Moses ran it past legal? Only two held up
And that is the problem with a lot of “Christians”
Oh dear God that is hilarious! Wiley does great all around, art work writing you name it.
The 11th Commandment. Never eat kale.
Bad news for the Evangelical Right. They’ve been using the Menu Option on the entire Bible for years. And Heaven help you if you point that out to one of them. As Mark Twain aptly observed, “he loves his neighbor as himself and cuts his throat if his theology isn’t straight.”
Two groups of young kids, one British and the other Indian (from India) were asked ’Where is heaven?" All the Brit kids pointed upward; all the Indian kids pointed to their hearts. Interesting, Nu?
11. “Thou shalt not ask stupid questions.”
Maybe he just needed to clarify which set he was using: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten_Commandments
Wiley. Thank you for the best laugh outburst I’ve had in week, and it was needed. Thanks again. Love the comic.
So, no using the “One from Tablet A and Two from Tablet B” rule?
Moses has an EPIPHANY.
The Lord Jehovah has given unto you these fifteen… Oy… ten! TEN Commandments! For all to obey!
There are no stupid questions, only stupid answers. People call a question stupid when it has a stupid answer.
(agrees with the “MOTHER” mentioned in the cartoon in spite of its narrative)
February 16, 2022