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This is the most informationally dense comic yet. The second panel alone contains a distillation of Ayn Rand’s entire lifetime literary output.
I’m sure that wasn’t one of the three episodes of Star Trek that they managed to make before Los Angeles was nuked in the Three Minute War of 1966.
Did they ever find out who that mysterious, reportedly rather dim fellow with the moustache and the Edwardian suit who accidentally started the war was? I read that he vanished almost immediately.
That episode was never made in this timeline. When are you from, anyway?
I’ve heard he recently had a part in a conceptually and structurally groundbreaking comic strip by Ruben Bolling. Anybody else see that?
B-but, but, you depict Saturn’s rings at an angle of at least 20 degrees, when all of Saturn’s moons are in the ring plane so someone on the surface of one of those moons would see them edge-on! This photo is obviously fake! The Saturn colonies are a hoax!
Not to worry, some of us got it. Yours was that rare genuinely clever comment.
Kool-Aid Man is essentially a brain in a pitcher.
You keep telling us how to draw Doug but you never tell us why.
Indeed, is this something one would need to have a phonograph player to understand? Demonic contraptions, I’ll warrant; like as not to cause dropsy or the fantods.
I’ve never understood why Fox defends the Socialist ideal of Christmas. Bleeding heart Santa flies around the world giving toys to all the “good” little children regardless of their ethnicity and socioeconomic status. Liberal claptrap. If they want toys they can work three jobs and buy them from China like Americans do.