Jesus Reviews Left Behind

With thanks to Chris Brady for reminding me that I needed to go explore the “Coffee With Jesus” series of comics… [Read more…]

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Scotty in Hell

I am sure I must have seen this before at some point, but having come across it I felt it was worth sharing. It certainly fits one of the themes of this blog – the intersection of religion and science fiction! [Read more…]

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Digital Judgment

Today’s Speed Bump, by Dave Coverly [Read more…]

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The Sith Who Stole Christmas

HT Marc Cortez [Read more…]

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The Reason for the Season (A Scientific Perspective)

HT Joe Hoffmann [Read more…]

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The First Black Friday

I made this cartoon myself (as if it didn’t show). I had the idea for it and thought I’d try my hand at making the cartoon if I could. If the realization is a bit rough (I used the cutting edge in artistic software: Microsoft Paint), hopefully you’ll still get a chuckle from the concept! [Read more…]

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The Four Stages of Santa

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Keep Chi in Xmas!

HT Brian LePort   [Read more…]

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Thanksgiving at the Creation Museum

HT Jim West [Read more…]

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Doctor Who and the Pepper-Spraying Daleks (Occupy Skaro)

The photo below is believed to be a leaked scene from either the upcoming season of Doctor Who or the recently-announced Doctor Who movie: A working title has not been announced, but based on the contents speculation has included that it might be something like “Doctor Who and the Pepper-Spraying Daleks,” “Doctor Who: Occupy Skaro,” [Read More…]

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Happy Thanksgiving!

This turkey family attributes its longevity to their annual family holiday to Mexico, taken each November. [Read more…]

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