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– follows the travails of postgraduate students at an American university.

It’s been going for 12 years at “approximately 2.718” new comics a week (1,696.03 episodes total, by our count), so if you are a graduate student in need of procrastination tools, this should see you through a few weeks between meetings with your supervisor.

Jesus and what is said to be a body-double of the Prophet Mohammed (thus sidestepping the restrictions about depicting him) discuss faith and reason with a sceptical atheist barmaid and, on occasion, Moses (pictured).

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Barrel - Part 1 Many red spiders standing on and hanging from cuboids. Hammer Slide Figure holding balloon; Balloon gets caught in ceiling fan; Figure holds on and is pulled up So I'm a bad person. Hat Guy: A laughable claim, Mister Bond, perpetuated by overzealous teachers of science. Using the floor plan on the next page, plot a route through the building, assuming raptors take 5 minutes to open the first door and halve the time for each subsequent door. Scientists are also sexy, let's not forget that. But I was never actually interested in taking the position. Man in front of the vastness of his infinite desert Narrator: Oh and... Still walking on a rocky desert. I never feel hungry or thirsty. Still walking on a rocky desert. Sand and rocks Zoomed out on a rocky desert. stretch to infinity. Sitting on a rocky desert. There's plenty of time for thinking out here. Drawing math in a rocky desert. I've rederived modern math in the sand and then some. in a rocky desert.]] Physics, too I worked out the kinks in quantum mechanics and relativity. Cuttlefish We visit a bio lab: Man and woman visit a bio lab where they look into a tank that the scientists point at. Scientist- "These are cuttlefish." Image of a cuttlefish They're frighteningly smart, have manipulating arms and tentacles, have ink jets, can dart backwards and see the polarization of light through their w-shaped pupils. The next three panels are blank Two couples appear in this next panel Guy: Are the raptors contained? " ' There's also a spike on the Fourier transform at the one-month mark where --' ' You want to stop talking right now.' Party Hat guy: And so I hired Rick Astley to show up at her party. Boy: Guess this isn't the Calvin & Hobbes-model toboggan. Foul of the third base line: Anal sex (fill in your won "Foul Ball" pun here.) Left outfield: 2outfielders1glove. ' Music DRM Interior, a man sits at his computer typing, woman enters Man [typing]: ..that's why music DRM is bad for listeners and artists! Woman: In case you didn't notice, we won the music DRM war. Woman: So close the comment thread, get out the debit card, buy us some music, and let's rock the fuck out. Westley's a Dick Buttercup: Oh, my sweet Westley! Science Montage Movie Science Montage One scientist passes a test tube to another, who's sitting at a machine. Lights and screens are shining, and there's a hamster ball and a Newton's cradle on a shelf behind them. There's a glowing sample next to a rat in a cage.

A strangely haunting strip in which Jon Arbuckle talks forlornly to himself and no-one responds.

The author, Irishman Dan Walsh, describes it as "a journey deep into the mind of an isolated young everyman as he fights a losing battle against loneliness and depression in a quiet American suburb", which is about right.

Boy: I wonder where I'll float next? Red spiders Many red spiders standing on and hanging from cuboids. Hammer Slide Figure holding balloon; Balloon gets caught in ceiling fan; Figure holds on and is pulled up So I'm a bad person. Hat Guy: A laughable claim, Mister Bond, perpetuated by overzealous teachers of science. Using the floor plan on the next page, plot a route through the building, assuming raptors take 5 minutes to open the first door and halve the time for each subsequent door. Scientists are also sexy, let's not forget that. But I was never actually interested in taking the position. Man in front of the vastness of his infinite desert Narrator: Oh and... Still walking on a rocky desert. I never feel hungry or thirsty. Still walking on a rocky desert. Sand and rocks Zoomed out on a rocky desert. stretch to infinity. Sitting on a rocky desert. There's plenty of time for thinking out here. Drawing math in a rocky desert. I've rederived modern math in the sand and then some. in a rocky desert.]] Physics, too I worked out the kinks in quantum mechanics and relativity. Cuttlefish We visit a bio lab: Man and woman visit a bio lab where they look into a tank that the scientists point at. Scientist- "These are cuttlefish." Image of a cuttlefish They're frighteningly smart, have manipulating arms and tentacles, have ink jets, can dart backwards and see the polarization of light through their w-shaped pupils. The next three panels are blank Two couples appear in this next panel Guy: Are the raptors contained? " ' There's also a spike on the Fourier transform at the one-month mark where --' ' You want to stop talking right now.' Party Hat guy: And so I hired Rick Astley to show up at her party. Boy: Guess this isn't the Calvin & Hobbes-model toboggan. Foul of the third base line: Anal sex (fill in your won "Foul Ball" pun here.) Left outfield: 2outfielders1glove. ' Music DRM Interior, a man sits at his computer typing, woman enters Man [typing]: ..that's why music DRM is bad for listeners and artists! Woman: In case you didn't notice, we won the music DRM war. Woman: So close the comment thread, get out the debit card, buy us some music, and let's rock the fuck out. Westley's a Dick Buttercup: Oh, my sweet Westley! Science Montage Movie Science Montage One scientist passes a test tube to another, who's sitting at a machine. Lights and screens are shining, and there's a hamster ball and a Newton's cradle on a shelf behind them. There's a glowing sample next to a rat in a cage.A strangely haunting strip in which Jon Arbuckle talks forlornly to himself and no-one responds.The author, Irishman Dan Walsh, describes it as "a journey deep into the mind of an isolated young everyman as he fights a losing battle against loneliness and depression in a quiet American suburb", which is about right.

It describes itself as a “webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math and language”, suffers from something of an obsession with the velociraptors out of Jurassic Park, and may be the only cartoon in the world that features The Grim Reaper playing Dungeons & Dragons against Gary Gygax (“RIP, Gary”).

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