Comic #411 may have come and gone, but you can still look to Bird for answers.
I thought the subjunctive was a mood rather than a voice? Maybe that is an artificial and arbitrary distinction — I would be ashamed of myself should I insist on something so trivial ^_~
that’s the longest a mountain time comic has ever gone while making sense, isn’t it? i loved it
though secretly every time a lirus shows up I briefly think ‘whoa, tiny Donna’
between the rake and the vertically-elongated-boombox worm, this is a good comic to do a diorama about.
Armadillo: “Mood” and “voice” are the same in this case, kind of like how the DA uses the accusatory mood AND the accusatory voice when he’s telling the jury about how the mangled body that washed up on the waterfront relates to you.
Cold: I believe the title of “Most Coherent Mountain Time Episode” goes to this one: http://mountaincomics.com/2010/10/07/autofac/
Please note that if you make a diorama of this comic, I will give you 10,000 internet dollars. Or some equivalent.
The onion should start recognizing lirus-infected condors from their looks, because it’s much more fun watching a condor explode from within than beheading it first. Wow, that was probably darker then the onion ever needs to be
*Gasp!* The onion removed the mask! We can see the secret identity!
any time i have a good idea, i realize that some goddamn space-rake already published it in another dimension. then i tell myself someday i can grow up to be a space-rake-publication-lawyer and make everything right. then i have a margarita instead and forget it all
Offendi: I suspect they will. They’re quick adapters, those onions.
Klear: Interestingly, they become LESS recognizable when they remove their masks…
Dav: Keep in mind that you’d have to become a trans-dimensional-space-rake-publication-lawyer. That’s a lotta law school.
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