• comics

    The news just tastes fresher this way

    by  • 3/5/2009 • comics, life • 0 Comments

    Matt Bors presents a surprisingly good idea on how to save print journalism, working from the success that another free-at-home product has seen thanks to packaging. As he says in his blog entry “Behold my completely serious, entirely workable, fail proof plan for saving newspapers. Free papers should go this route as well. Why deny […]

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    Wishful thinking…

    by  • 9/28/2008 • comics, humor • 0 Comments

    Thanks to the The Bad Astronomer for calling attention to this bit of Fark brilliance. I copied the image locally from the Photobucket location BA linked to. Feel free to hotlink; <img src=”http://foo.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2008/09/thestupiditburns.jpg” alt=”The Stupid – It BURNS!” >

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    Nietzsche Family Circus

    by  • 6/16/2008 • comics • 1 Comment

    I think that some of the random pairings of Nietzsche and Keane are much funnier, and often deeper than either author was on their own. There was one I had yesterday where Bill was explaining to little Billy how much easier it is once people realize how bad they are at things, while an unhappy […]

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    Faster Cephalopod! Dance! Dance!

    by  • 6/12/2008 • comics, science • 0 Comments

    I’ve scaled the image at the top of this post down just slightly to fit in with all the other images I’ve been posting, so if you want the original, head to the real cartoonist’s page at xkcd.com for the full thing. The little bit with the octopus wielding biologist was begging to be made […]

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    You put WHAT there?

    by  • 5/17/2008 • comics • 0 Comments

    http://www.slowwave.com I thought it was coax… that explains so much about my signal troubles. If they’d just equip them with wi-fi or bluetooth, it would make life so much easier; the cat freaks out when it gets a plastic bag on its head, and it’s only slightly less edgy with 3 feet of s-video cable […]

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