Archive: Non Sequitur

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Non Sequitur, 3/12/05

So, let me get this straight:

  • Astrology is a bunch of fake, made-up mumbo-jumbo designed to amuse and prey upon the weak minded;
  • But when you die, its a scientifically verifiable fact that you end up in line in a light-bathed cloudscape, waiting to talk to a guy with wings and a halo.

At least that’s what I’m getting out of this.

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During a recent visit to a D.C.-area old folks’ home, I found an abandoned Style section from the Washington Post in the billiards room. In addition to the traditional “What’s In-What’s Out” New Year’s feature (and half of the “in” items I’ve never heard of, including “The Maybach”, “Move that bus!”, and “Annasophia Robb”, thus proving conclusively that I am not “in”), it also included the following cartoon, which sort of does my job for me. I figured I’d reproduce it here to tide you over since I’m being such a slacker about posting stuff this week.

I should have new comics up by this evening, but I make no promises. If you’re getting desperate for comics-derived larfs, I urge you to check out these poorly-drawn cartoons inspired by actual spam subject lines.

Update: Also funny: Subdivided We Stand’s recap of the last few weeks of Mary Worth.

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Non Sequitur, 9/13/04

I have nothing to say about this comic, except that I think that the word “jackassery” is funny, and that I’m proud to live in a country where it appears on the comics page. Try to work it into casual conversation with a coworker or loved one this week.