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aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahaha! as uproariously hilarious the second time around (though this time i only chuckled, whereas last time i lost bladder control)..."wubba wubba wub"...ah, it's killin' me. but you know scott, it's occurred to me that you left out their heinous butchery of sgt. pepper's lonely heart's club band...but then again, it occurs to me that you were talking about songs in which they sound as though they're being scalded to death, not songs FOR WHICH they should be scalded to death. i'm an abba man myself, abba and throbbing gristle that is.
Better watch out for people who think that you've gone soft on crime and are now condoning assault on musicians. ;) Love it. You should rerun the 2x4 of knowledge. YOU WILL LEARN!
Oh god it's even better the second time. Hey, at least by doing the occasional re-run, you're reducing the need for an http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/ArchivePanic" rel="nofollow">archive panic.
I posted this before, but the comment was awaiting moderation a while so maybe no-one saw it. No-one replied to it at least. I'm going to repost because I'm interested to know what y'all think...
It’s probably just me, but I can’t find a posting schedule anywhere on this site. And why should Scott inflict one on himself, when he does it all for free?
Webcomics like http://www.achewood.com get updated as and when the artist’s completely happy with the new strip. On the other hand, although i still like Dilbert and read it every day, I think the fact that Scott Adams *has* to write a new strip every day whether or not he’s got a great idea to make into a great strip has a negative effect on the quality of the comic.
In Safari, the last line of dialogue, the copyright notice, and your URL are cut off. They're missing both on your page and in Google Reader. They appear in Firefox. Weird.
The first panel alone was full of lol.
I would suppose it counts on the delivery of the lyrics... loved it ^^
I love the BeeGee's! NOW I'm offeded. ;)
@kukomanga:no one replied because those of us posting re: a particular strip don't like to get into all that technical crap, and it sounded like your post was really only addressed to Scott. I, for one, don't intend to answer for him or Missy. I just like the comics, dude! (or I suppose you could be a chick, with that handle, so I'll say dudette, jik)
@Kukomanga: strips go up twice a week, Monday morning and Thursday morning.
Hi. The tears are still dripping down my face and I'm just now regaining enough composure to type. Ah, ah, ah, ah, stayin' aliiiiive!!! I can't stnad it. BtW, Who is Missy?
I will never get tired of this comic, ever.
Actually my thinking is that the BeeGees are masochists who grab their nutsacks and violently twist them to achieve those painfully high falsetto notes...
@Blackkllab: I'm the spiky-haired wife.
Wait, I've read this comic since it began, and don't remember this.
@Daniel Kirk: If you go to http://validator.w3.org and submit this page it'll tell you that there are no less than 187 errors in the HTML of this web page. It's a miracle that modern browsers can produce anything useful with the kind of markup out there in the wild these days; we should count ourselves lucky if there's only an occasional clipped line somewhere... (Not singling out this web site - I love this place. I wouldn't come here otherwise. But it sure ain't any better coded than the rest of the web).
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