October 21st, 2010

Mountain Time 218

Anyone who’s never read Mountain Time before now is going to expect the rest of the series to be a lot more about mountains and time than it is.

Also, sorry that first penguin came out so wonky — my scanner is pretty fussy about lighter ink, and it’s not like I was going to fix it and scan it again. (I don’t know who I’m apologizing to, since apparently Monday’s comic drove everyone to off themselves, but apologize I must.)

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  1. StephenM3

    Don’t worry about my mental health. I already have constant, indisputable proof that everybody in fact loves me. That’s a normal thing to think, right?

    At this point it’s about time I say that I love this comic, which is why I always post here when sleep deprived and irrational. Thank you for doing what you do!

  2. Dav

    i think the problem is that the fluid in your lighter isn’t ink, it’s butane…or kerosene if you’re hardcore

  3. Golden Joe

    Instead of a scanner, you should just draw your comics on the streets. Maybe then people will appreciate Mountain Time.

  4. ColdFusion

    This was so laughterful.. I’m going to listen to salad from now on.

  5. hello happy pirate

    Hoo-ray! I love it when the penguins spout their gibberish! I always feel bad for the one on the left though…

  6. Syzygy

    Man, I wish _I_ had an abdominal clock. Then I’d know what time it was!

  7. isto

    Stephen: Glad to hear about your mental well-being! Also: aw, shucks.

    Dav: That would probably explain it. Too bad ink doesn’t light so well.

    Joe: If it ever stops raining, we’ll see.

    ColdFusion: I imagine it’ll lead you to a healthy lifestyle, but you’d better hope it comes with bread.

    HHP: Me too. I’m genuinely surprised those guys don’t show up more often.

    Syzygy: Great name. And I imagine you can get an abdominal clock installed fairly cheaply if you have access to a less-than-reputable physician.

  8. The Soul of a Reddish-Brown Furred Mostly Nonhuman Intellectual Cold-Loving Fox

    All other human beings have killed themselves because of your last comic.
    You’re the only one left now, and anyone you think you see is really just a figment of your lonely imagination trying to rediscover the feeling of companionship.

    You should get an ocelot.

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