That’s… poignant, yet ominous. Sort of a forerunner to later strips that strongly hinted that the strip actually took place in a distant “after-the-end” future.
Gosh ‘n’ golly, it’s almost as if the Google-Facebook duopoly that took over the internet created a business model where hate and self-righteousness based clickbait became the only viable business model for most online content creators.
That reeeeeeally depends on where you live. Central New York’s water is so hard that you usually have to scrape the mineral chunks out out of the cup if you try the tap water more than once, but it has so little fluoride that the dentists are making a mint around here.
As Elim Garak put it, “Never tell the same lie twice”.
He just did.
So, Curls, what are YOU gonna come back as?… in about two seconds?
“It’s not a transformation, it’s a coup!”
Break out the Chemical X, and let’s have some fun.
Not to mention sanitary!
I think there was a version of this strip where there was also a little old lady standing in the doorway bellowing “BLAST ’IM, EARL!”. Anyone else remember that?