Tom the Dancing Bug by Ruben Bolling for February 10, 2007
Tom the Dancing Bug by Ruben Bolling Charley the Australopithecine The only comic strip that features an extinct ape-like ancestor of humanity from the Pliocene Epoch.* *Source: Australopithecine Fancy Magazine Charley has decided to enter a house of worship. To-Nite Pancake Supper 5:30-7:30 Charley: Only a place this fancy could get away with serving breakfast for dinner! He enjoys a hearty repast. Charley: This God guy you keep thanking -- is he in the kitchen? Because this batch is seriously undercooked! The conversation turns theological... Charley: ...then how do you explain that every time I smear squirrel blood on the big rock, it rains within two weeks? ...and Charley begins to see the light. Charley: Whoa...they're right -- this book does have a TON of words! BIBLE But when other religions are discussed... Charley: They believe in WHAT? But it says right here...why, those ANIMALS! ...Charley gets a bit overzealous. Charley: LET'S GET 'EM! WHO'S WITH ME? CRASH Charley: Actually, if their god makes better pancakes, I'm totally switching sides!
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