This time, though, he just made me laugh.
I have played in so many D&D sessions that devolved down to this sort of exchange:
In light of discussions about “lack of femininity” and “legitimate rape” and other such buzz-phrases that fly about these days, here is Sinfest’s take on the War on Women:
Tip o’ th’ hat to Mr. Trudeau. He still has it:
Who invented and popularized AC electricity (overridden by Thomas “Whole-Hearted Thief” Edison and stolen from by George Westinghouse)?
Who invented and explored X-rays (credit taken by William Roentgen)?
Who invented radio and radar (credit for radio taken by Marconi, and radar for the Navy blocked by Edison)?
Who investigated the effect of cryogenic temperatures on electronics (a precursor to superconductivity)?
Who invented an earthquake machine that really worked?
Who invented neon lighting, and the modern induction electric motor, the spark plug, the remote control, and developed the fundamentals of radio astronomy?
For The Oatmeal, it’s nothing but net again.
Work is keeping me pretty goshdarn busy as of late, so here’s a recent Jesus and Mo cartoon.
Maybe that’s why this Bad Machinery cartoon still has me laughing as the grey mist of dawn leapt out at me just now.
It’s a lazy Sunday, so a lazy post today:
Science, Love, and LSD deliver again!
After all, Divinity is a hard act to follow. (Rimshot, please.)
Stumbleupon brings me more goodies! Recently it brought me Science, Love and LSD.
One of the most inspirational cartoons I’ve run across in a long time. (Click to enbiggen.)
Thank you so much, Mr. Ishida!
(MILD SPOILERS) There are some back-stories you may not know about — Blondie is fighting the Patriarchy from within (ala The Matrix), the little devil (in the last frame) is Lucifer’s outcast son, the woman with the megaphone has been made aware (by Blondie) that the Patriarchy is everywhere, and the Devil *is* the Patriarchy.
From the wisest of political cartoonists…here is today’s creation by Mr. Trudeau:
Just remember, kids. When you have a president who has a list of accomplishments as long as this, and the barking ignorant (birthers, neocons, Republican Party nominees, etc.) claim that he’s done little or nothing, what other possible reason is there for denigrating him?
I love me some Skin Horse. Here we see Tip, the cross-dressing, government-employed psychologist, trying to talk sense into an empire of opera-loving, sentient silverfish.