Why, oh why, did Gary Larson stop doing cartoons? He was terrifically funny and creative, much beloved by biologists, and all of us had at least one Larson cartoon on our office door. Nobody has replaced him, and our doors are bereft. Since a day without cats is like a day without sunshine, I offer […]
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At Non Sequitur, Danae’s desire to be Pope continues (today’s strip at top): And, speaking of Catholics, here’s the latest Jesus and Mo:
Two good ones this morning, sent by alert reader Linda Grilli: Girls just want to be popes (from Non Sequitur): Doonesbury is doing creationism, and that’s always good for some laughs:
Today’s Non Sequitur, by Wiley Miller, continues the trope of the deification of Eddie, the Sailor Who Walks on Water (note, though, that Ceiling Cat, accurately depicted as an orange tabby) is actually the boss here). Like a true religionist, Eddie rejects the facts when they conflict with his faith, as do 64% of his […]
In today’s Washington Post, Wiley Miller again makes fun of religion in his strip Non Sequitur. I don’t know how he gets away with this. And there’s a cat! h/t: Linda Grilli
Today’s Doonesbury continues the spoof of Fox News’s reporting on the War on Christmas, and the right’s War on the First Amendment.
Today’s Bizarro comic, by Dan Piraro, is funny but also a bit sad. Sophisticated Theologians™ tell us that God is indescribable, that he’s “outside of space and time,” a Being Whereof We Cannot Speak, a “ground of being”—anything but a humanoid being. Well, for most believers that’s not true. I’ll quote here from the book […]