Monday, April 21, 2014

Cosmics 1357 and 1357: Guest Reviews

Hello, cretins! Today I have a guest review and a link for you, both of the same comic! It turns out when Randy gets preachy people have opinions. First, the link, which comes from a blog called "Fine Whining and Breathing" apparently. Some thoughtful Anonymous asked me to take a look at it, presumably because he wrote it but maybe because he didn't write it? Who even knows! I looked at it, and now I'm linking to it.

Now, the image, from "cptnoremac", whose name I can't remember how to capitalize, space, or punctuate:

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I'm not sure I get it either.

Stay tuned next week, when I'm sure something will happen somewhere.

31 comments:

  1. Chris Houlihan's room

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    1. That's what the door in frame 6 leads to.

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    1. rob i pooped my pants what should i do

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    2. Poop your shirt to avoid a mismatched outfit.

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  3. the What-If's are shit too

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  4. If Randall's so smart, why can't he think of choosing a phone alarm which doesn't sound like a ring tone?

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  5. I've no doubt that you, Rob, are suffused with love. I wonder if the proprietor of Fine Whining and Breathing is equally perfused?
    My recent comment there should answer this query.


    Innit?

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  6. ".........INSTEAD I'M GOING TO ZOOM IN TO MY CREEPY WHITE FACE......."

    Either you include an appropriately placed hyphen, ZOOM-IN, or you use the preposition into. In to is the adverb in followed by the preposition to and is used strickly to indicate movement toward the inside of a place.
    The creator of XKCD would never make this mistake. Accordingly, Rob, this is a counterfeit XKCD comic!

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    1. but it came with a certificate of authenticity

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    2. We are all fooled at one time or another, Rob. Don't feel so down-in-the-mouth adrift as you might be in melancholic and despondent gloom.
      I too am concerned. I was told that the adverb/preposition phrase, In to is to be used strictly to indicate movement toward the inside of a place, when clearly the preposition Into should be used for such.
      And no one noticed!
      Also, certificates of authenticity should not be confused with authentic certificates. Perhaps you received the latter, not the former, with this guest review?
      I do say though, yins is quite correct about the cretins bit in your introductory salutations.

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    3. I'm always correct--eminently so, in fact. It's the reason we're all still here.

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    4. WRONG!
      The reason we're all still here is because you are always correct--eminent domainly so, in fact.

      The right of Rob to solicit and prehend otherwise private comments for his own lascivious public use by virtue of the superior dominion of his sovereign power over all commenters, and their cretinous comments, within this his jurisdiction. There is, however, the little matter of the requirement of payment of just compensation to the original commenter, as per the 5th Amendment to the XKCDsucks Constitution.

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    5. "Zoom into" would make it sound like we actually collided with his face. "Zoom-in" is wrong because just no.

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    6. i hereby assert that the real problem is the word "zoom"

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    7. Nevertheless blue-fucking-doughnut-boy, my thoughts of April 25, 2014 at 11:35 AM above still stand and will continue to do just that for all eternity. And not just a simple run-of-the-mill eternity either, but a fucking James Joycian eternity.

      You have often seen the sand on the seashore. How fine are its tiny grains! And how many of those tiny grains go to make up the small handful which a child grasps in its play. Now imagine a mountain of that sand, a million miles high, reaching from the earth to the farthest heavens, and a million miles broad, extending to remotest space, and a million miles in thickness, and imagine such an enormous mass of countless particles of sand multiplied as often as there are leaves in the forest, drops of water in the mighty ocean, feathers on birds, scales on fish, hairs on animals, atoms in the vast expanse of air. And imagine that at the end of every million years a little bird came to that mountain and carried away in its beak a tiny grain of that sand. How many millions upon millions of centuries would pass before that bird had carried away even a square foot of that mountain, how many eons upon eons of ages before it had carried away all. Yet at the end of that immense stretch time not even one instant of eternity could be said to have ended. At the end of all those billions and trillions of years eternity would have scarcely begun.

      Then again, in the immortal words of Aretha Franklin, "Who's Zoomin' Who?"

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    8. More like Urethra Spanklin, am I right?

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  7. I have a problem, I stuck an aubergine so far upp my ass I can't get it out anymore, and it seems to keep moving by itself and might have gained sentience. What should I do?

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    1. Stick a leek up there so it doesn't get lonely.

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  8. Now fuck off, the lot of you. I'm in the battle of my life with The Tutor. Not only has the cunt deleted every post on my blog, he's replaced the deep-bass stylings of Barry White with The Greatest Hits of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons on my OhMiBod. Try getting to the plateau and over the precipice with the high-treble falsetto of that Valli cunt.
    This is war!

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  9. Wait, no jokes about 1356? "HAI GUISE, U REMEMBER I USED TO WORK AT NASA"

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    1. No Ms. Canto, there will be no jokes concerning 1356. We are all much too distraught concerning the revelations that heroin may have played a part in the recent demise of Peaches Honeyblossom Michelle Charlotte Angel Vanessa Geldof.

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    2. U GUISE STIL REMEMBER I WORKED AT NASA AMIRITE?

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