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From the wonderful Wondermark:


(Via Dan Lewis)

Posted by Tim B. on 05/05/2008 at 08:47 PM
    1. In related news poor George Monopod pines for the days of flight. Looks like hes getting ready to justify a set of “round the world tours” by claiming “He has to because the technology isn’t right for his preferred mode of travel”If there is a God, he’s not green. Otherwise airships would take off

      Yes, airships…. For passenger flights…. which would take “At an average speed of 130kph, the journey from London to New York would take 43 hours…”

      Welcome to the wonderful world of stupid.
      Someone needs to tell him Arcanum was just a game.

      Posted by thefrollickingmole on 2008 05 05 at 09:04 PM • permalink
    1. Hey, if thousands of brown babies have to starve so I can run my Prius on ethanol, that’s a price I’m willing to pay for gaia, man!

      Posted by richard mcenroe on 2008 05 05 at 09:21 PM • permalink
    1. #2 rm

      Well, they had a chance to enjoy the benefits of colonialism but pooh poohed it.

      I’m awfully sorry, but we’ve got more important things to attend to at the moment…

      Posted by Pickles on 2008 05 05 at 09:47 PM • permalink
    1. I would have laughed harder if that trophy had been a cooking pot.

      Posted by SwinishCapitalist on 2008 05 05 at 09:50 PM • permalink
    1. missed a frame:

      “So family oriented, so close. And so happy, always smiling.”


      Posted by kae on 2008 05 05 at 09:53 PM • permalink
    1. Yet The UK’s Brown was champing at the bit to say that if democracy returned to Zimbabwe, the Brits would pump in millions of pounds of aid. If I were a British taxpayer, I’d be pretty annoyed. To quote Blackadder, they had the cash ‘seen it, stole it, spent it’.

      Posted by Nic on 2008 05 05 at 10:14 PM • permalink
    1. Wondermark has a very “black” sense of humour. (If you can excuse the pun)

      Posted by FredAGunter on 2008 05 05 at 11:20 PM • permalink
    1. I discovered Wondermark today and immediately forwarded it to Tim. Has anyone seen it before?

      Posted by Dan Lewis on 2008 05 06 at 12:07 AM • permalink
    1. OK, so which of the white guys is the Goracle?

      Posted by Tex Lovera on 2008 05 06 at 12:42 AM • permalink
    1. I think that North Korea still beats Zimbabwe….

      Posted by kpom on 2008 05 06 at 01:24 AM • permalink
    1. Re #8, no, Dan, never saw it before.  But it’s now bookmarked under my “daily comic injection”.

      Posted by The_Real_JeffS on 2008 05 06 at 01:36 AM • permalink
    1. He has a short film as well:


      Posted by attilathepun on 2008 05 06 at 02:08 AM • permalink
    1. That is what you get when you kick out the intelligent (white) minority.  “Freedom fighters,” are not worth a pinch of shit.

      Posted by Howzat on 2008 05 06 at 02:53 AM • permalink
    1. On the contrary Howzat, the lesson to be gained from the experiences of Zimbabwe (and Uganda, Germany, Russia, Fiji, Venezuala and a host of other nations) is that democracy is fragile. It is not the world’s default political position, nor is it fuure assured in ‘white’ hands. It must be defended. Constantly.

      Posted by Hobbes on 2008 05 06 at 05:09 AM • permalink
    1. Great ecologists who have reduced their peoples’ carbon footprint:

      Pol Pot
      Kim Il Song
      Jim Jones
      Robert Mugabe
      Mao Tse Tung

      Posted by Wimpy Canadian on 2008 05 06 at 05:31 AM • permalink
    1. I am going to send this to my family in Harare. They need some humour in their lives. They tell me it is worse than we could possibly believe.

      Posted by Hoges on 2008 05 06 at 07:46 AM • permalink
  1. Theo, on Sunday.


    Posted by J.M. Heinrichs on 2008 05 06 at 04:26 PM • permalink