Soupspoon wrote:I vote for making Pluto a better planet.
What?! Pluto is the only planet with heart!
qvxb wrote:There will be passenger spaceships when there are casinos (and hookers) on Mars and Venus.
orthogon wrote:balthasar_s wrote:"Scientific Paper Graph Quality"?
I'm more interested in the scientific graph paper quality.
OMY! Graph paper! That totally used to be a thing!
Or a dream where you see yourself standing in sort of sun-god robes on a pyramid with a thousand naked women screaming and throwing little pickles at you.
GlassHouses wrote:While the inheritance-with-strings attached idea can lead to very amusing scenatios (Brewster's Millions!), how realistic are they?
Reka wrote:The title is supposed to have the question-mark-in-a-box "unknown" character in it. If that's what you're seeing, it's actually correct.
stilettoblade wrote:Is "heat-shrink wetsuit in a blast furnace" too long to be my new band name?
trpmb6 wrote:ruurdjan wrote:So, blackhat is basically a hipster? Not sure what I think of that...
I actually thought they were just reading bad pr0n movie titles....
cellocgw wrote:Envelope Generator wrote:The sight of the word zymugry is always one of those moments... yet I had no idea of what the punchline could possibly be. Particularly well played.
There are three words in the English language which end in "gry"...
project2051 wrote:But this comic still does not answer the age old question; "Why is one side of the "V" longer than the other?".
Soupspoon wrote:Can't you do that already?Echo244 wrote:...but if I get some freshly printed laser hair, from a print job that didn't jam, and weave it into my normal hair, I'll be able to blast things with my ponytail?
I can. Although not with my head-hair, admitedly.
rhomboidal wrote:In a parallel universe, Pinky and Clyde eat pellets in Acme Labs while running from Pac-Man.
sevenperforce wrote:I was hoping he'd go through a "if we relax the 'single person' requirement, then what logistics are we looking at?" bit.
Echo244 wrote:rmsgrey wrote:specialist computers with other functions than just pure gaming...
...specialist computers to connect you to some sort of media store and digital restrictions management system?
Quicksilver wrote:I'll leave anything relating to hoverboards to Seth Sentry.
CocoaNutCakery wrote:Here's the robot butler of 2016:
richP wrote:wouldn't the discovery of said particle put all the physicists out of work?
side not: "physicists" is surprisingly hard to spell correctly.
CharlieP wrote:I can't be the only person who instinctively picked up his mouse to click on the button to change to Celsius.