Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving* to those who celebrate it today! Here’s a poem for the occasion: Are you going to Thanksgiving dinner? Stuffing, sage, a turkey, and thyme This kind of food is always a winner You could say it’s a true love of mine… *Some restrictions apply. This wish does not constitute a contractual obligation to [Read More...]

The Research Cycle

From PHD Comics.   [Read more...]

Academic Homepage

I'm thinking that I should put this comic from PHD Comics on – or basically, as – my academic web page…   [Read more...]

Angels vs. Atheists

Hemant Mehta highlighted this fascinating new comic book. In a manner that is typical of much supposedly secularist or atheistic science fiction, the story has people rebelling and fighting against “gods” and other such “outside actors,” but in the process, makes them literally exist as well. Here’s an example: It’s a theme I’ve explored before, [Read More...]

Post-Doctor Who?

From Piled Higher and Deeper   [Read more...]

Converging Comics

I was struck by the convergence of two cartoons in today’s paper, Family Circus and Speed Bump. Here they are: Both are playing with the familiar question “Are we there yet?” – usually uttered by a child in a back seat of a car. But the “Are we evolved yet?” version reflects – or at [Read More...]

A Bizarre Story Involving Superman, a Christian Comic Book Store Owner, Internet Abbreviations, and Yiddish Swear Words

This story is weird, but in interesting ways (and if you are trying to avoid ever setting eyes on profanity, then I must ask you to avert them now). First, Superman was depicted as grunting in a recent comic book. Here’s the relevant panel: A Christian comic book store owner decided to boycott the comic, [Read More...]


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