August 11th, 2009

Mountain Time 82

In olden days, a glimpse of stocking
Was looked on as something shocking
Now, heaven knows
Anything goes

Good authors, too, who once knew better words
Now only use four-letter words
Writing prose
Anything goes

UPDATE: Reader Kristin has given me my own copy of the Book of Mormon in response to this comic, which means I’m going to have to be more selective about what I write about in the future.


  1. verb is a noun

    The Snakeirin Asp is neat. oh, hold on a minute…

  2. Golden Joe

    If you’re going to do an Indian Jones parody, man, you’ve got to have a refrigerator surviving an explosion. Because that’s totally realistic and everything. Also, I would have imagined Diabloak being larger than those nut cases (Pun is totally 100% intended).

  3. The Golden Protractor.

    Did you write that little poem yourself? I quite like it.

    I totally didn’t get the Indiana Jones thing until I read the above comment. I was a bit confused, but I expect strange and random things with mountain time, so I would’ve been totally fine not knowing. :)

  4. isto

    Then I suppose I won’t tell you that the little poem is an Indiana Jones thing too.

  5. The Notorious Hamster.

    Speaking of Indiana Jones, Harrison Ford is arguably the coolest man ever.
    Speaking of Mountain Time, you should add scroll over text!
    Speaking of United States History, Bacon’s Rebellion led to increased amounts of black slavery rather than indentured servitude.

  6. The Golden Protractor.

    Mouse over text is just the name of the comic. So I guess what Notorious Hamster means is that you should give your comics cool names that add a little more funny at the end of the comic.

  7. Aspect of the Clouded Leopard

    Anything goes in. Anything comes out.
    Rance bannanas, old pajamas, mutton, beef, and trout.
    Anything goes in. Anything comes out….

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