Being a hero seems overrated, based on the criteria. Also, based on the criteria, Moses may have actually not been a people, based on todays superfluous records anyway. This means that, as with most animals, he has his own form of “years”, based on average life span in years divided by the average human lifespan in years, therefore, while it may have been his ninth standard year birthday, it was actually his 5.3th birthday. 53 is the international direct dial code for Cuba. The cuban missile crisis was irrelevant to these sentences. Todays date is also irrelevant, so half of it is equally irrelevant and 12. There are 12 panels in this comic, and 3 panels per row. There are 3 glugs, and three dot things beneath the thought bubble. 3+3 is an invalid operation, as is everything else.
My pants too, are full of legs. I would inference, but instead, I realise that all this is thoughtcrime.
it’s amazing how the quality of this comic doesn’t decrease even after all this time. how do you come up with this much sheer hilarity.. that bit about pants.. how did i not think of that?
Gandalf: “Moses years” is an anagram of “mayoresses.” I think you know what THAT means.
Cold: Thanks! I credit my creative output to a balanced hair-washing schedule.
Tell them I died a hero, not a corpse
So Moses’ super power was a lot like Jack Benny’s super power to have every birthday be his 39th. I wonder if they have similar origin stories. I want to see their crossover special of hilarity and slave liberation.
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