Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Congress is full of crooks, and Donald Trump is a douche.

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Also, I'd like to add, if your father was a millionaire, maybe you shouldn't claim to be a self made man. Three billion is definitely much more than an amount in the millions, and growing that money is to be commended. Still, the Trump can't claim that he pulled himself up from poverty. Well, he could, but that would be bullshit.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Yeah, bong hits for Jesus.

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Geek Force would like to clarify that this issue is not intended to encourage the usage of illegal drugs. We would never encourage the usage of substances we ourselves do not use. Nor would we encourage the usage of a substance the usage of which could risk a person their employment, or result in jail time. It is merely intended to argue that drugs should be legal. Additionally, this issue is in no way intended to glamorize drug usage, quite the contrary, it is meant to portray drug usage as something banal. Something which, in a world with murder, theft, rape, and violence seems a petty thing to crusade against.

I could go on and on about this subject...enjoy the special issue. 

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Public schooling is a waste of time.

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This comic comes from me ranting about how things I learned in school were bullshit. Seriously, Indians, Columbus, we keep teaching our kids all these things that a vast majority of adults know are false.

And of course, kids must write everything in cursive for a few years in our schools. Useless. I can't remember the last time I wrote something in cursive other than my signature. And, most people don't read cursive well, so it's rude. Then again, education does encourage snobbery.

I actually had the chance to write some personal strips like this one this go around with the writing. Between Libya and Japan, there wasn't much going on, so I fell back on issues I care about. There's a climate change script coming at some point in the future.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011