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hahaha, a nice laugh after installing server 2k8 in my pc, repairing my video card, and yes, that is the kind of heroic sh@3 ill be telling my grandson! hehehe
I'm sure those in the armed forces really appreciate you comparing their loss of life and limb to a video game.
Oh jeez...get off it already.
it's a COMIC Edited 2008-03-18 00:24 UTC
ditto, god, the funniest thing of this comics are the comments but some people take it WAY too seriously...
go ahead change the world... fighting one comic at a time...
Some of us probably take it too seriously when there's not much to laugh at, although I get it and all ... I still do not find it funny ...
This, however, cracks me up every time:
'Wenn ist das Nunstück Git und Schlotermeyer? -ja, Beierhund das oder die Flipperwald gersput!'
....but then again, that's the funniest joke in the world
Achtung, alles Lookenspeepers!
While I can see it wasn't meant as any kind of jibe against the armed forces, and I doubt many servicemen would take any offense at it, the punchline maybe is a bit of a hard sell in these times, when there are a growing number of future grandads in our society who'll have their own tales of the horror of war to tell their little ones (in the happy circumstance that they return in one piece).
It probably didn't help that I'd just watched Nick Broomfield's "The Battle for Haditha" before reading the strip, mind you -- harrowing stuff
I'm sure most of them, as opposed to you, have enough brains to understand that they're not the ones being made fun of.
To be entirely fair:
Thanks for the correction! my self-taught English obviously requires some polishing
The lines are grey. They could easily be made dark, by using auto-adjusted levels. That would look nicer.
German bullets in Omaha? Is it "A" in geography or some kind of irony?
Or an F in history for you?
I ain't talking about Omaha, Nebraska, here. Omaha was the codename for one of the landing beaches in Normandy during D-Day. Edited 2008-03-18 10:50 UTC
How can you ask that?
Haven't you ever:
* Went to school?
* Read a book?
* Watched The History Channel?
* Played Medal of Honor?
Good comic Thom, keep it up.
No, it's an A in history for "Omaha Beach".
Jim Morrison would be very proud of you comics!
How bout a comic where there is a tomb stone (like the zebuntu one). The name on it is PC hardware innovation, and the date is from 1980-1993
I was thinking about that just the other day, about how every generation had something heroic to talk about. WWI, WWII, and even Vietnam War to a certain extent. Today, what do we have? "I went to war to pay for college and get chicks, nobody told me I had to kill people for real or I'd lose a limb!!" In the future, our generation will be known for being lazy, playing video games and having done next to nothing for society as a whole.