One day I thought to myself "Why don't I write something to make Ric smile." This comic was the result.
I really don't know what Ric did to deserve a friend like me.
Finally a sensible use of powerpoint.
Extra points if you upload the "Rick: The Case Against" presentation.
Parents = society?
I'm now contemplating creating my own "Big List of Can'ts" for my friends. I can't wait to see the appreciative smiles on their faces.
Hilarious as always, Scott.
This is great! I love your ability to convey sarcasm in text. All four slides made me laugh...
"Attached to rest of Rick."
"Supports rest of Rick."
Too funny- all four panels! Nice way to give Rick the finger: Love the bar graph! And you're right, what did Rick/Ric do to "deserve" a friend like you?
perhaps he would have handled it better if you provided handouts & biscuits?
> and in a sense, it isShouldn't Scott say that? For him it would be a snappy retort to be expected, for Rick this degree of insightfulness doesn't seem to fit the situation. Well done anyway, let the bon temps rouler.
2nd panel is hilarious lol
is it "rick" or "ric"?
It is actually possible to be too smart for your own good. For example; I know almost exactly how screwed up I am at any time. I can even figure out why. This knowledge just makes me more depressed.
Also, pretty people occasionally end up with self-esteem problems because they can't be sure any compliment they're getting is sincere.
And those rich CEOs? Imagine having to make decisions that will affect the lives of hundreds of thousands of people all over the world. Imagine having to fire large amounts of those people, knowing their lives will be thrown into turmoil. Imagine one of thousands plant manager in a country halfway around the world slacks off on safety inspections, a catastrophic accident happens, and you end up fired and unemployable. Yeah, stress free, alright.
Great comic Scott. Thnx!
softend or softened. I've a feeling there may be a difference.
Another vote for uploading whatever you've got. Hey, we could help! We can guess what else is wrong with Ric and help fill in the rest of the slides!
It's funny - I'm sure panel three is supposed to be "softened," but considering the arrow pointing at Ric's butt, you did give him the "softend version."
I have a notebook PC. I had to press my face as close as possible to the screen, squinting, and compressing my jugular vain against the keypad to make out the PowerPoint. So worth it. :D "Attached to rest of Rick." lmao. XD
And just for the record Rick I think Scott is way too hard on you. ^^ I, however, am also a sixteen year old girl, who lives in another part of the country so perhaps my opinion of you is not that important in the grand scheme of things.
Absolutely hilarious! I love the ones about Rick. He must be a pretty cool guy to remain your friend after all you've done to (help) him.
The second panel is a true gem.
I think Rick is sexy. Actually I'd only date him to get close to you, Scott.
I can't believe how many trolls you got on your comments board. Keep up the good work man.
You know, you can totally use the bar graph on a T-shirt. It doesn't even have to have anyone's name on it.
John;Ohh Boo Boo Hoo Hoo! Poor poooooor CEO's! Most of them don't care about anybody who can't afford a membership at their $100,000 a year golf club, the few of the rest know much about running any business, let alone big ones.Show me a CEO who actually cares about the people he's laying off, and I'll show you a CEO of a genuine small business (as opposed to fortune 500 corporations that have fewer than 50 employees on their payroll, but sub-contract to companies that have 20,000 workers in China, so qualify as small businesses)
Your relationship with Ric is quite amusing. Ric did a fantastic job in your books with what he wrote about you as well.
Good work, Scott.
But, but, but... I LIKE Rick's poems! And I'd also date him--at least once--soft end or not.
Scott, You need to stop making these kind of Basic Instructions. When you are eventually found murdered, the police will have a tough time sorting through all the suspects with motivation.
The second slide is over the top...
So, PowerPoint can be useful, after all.
Ratio of respect to poems written... priceless.
I'm going to go read some Vogon poetry.
So did it make Ric smile? And is Ric short for Richard?
Powerpoint humor is a largely untapped fountain of humor. (Unless you count Graphjam)
I love the silhouette of Ric in the third panel...
Normally I'd praise such a hilarious comic, but I'm too afraid to do anything that encourages you to become my friend. LMAO on the 2nd panel, though!
Can you please show us slides of this presentation?
This is awesome. Ric is awesome.
the graph in the last frame. I died.
You used powerpoint without clipart? What is this?!
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