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  1. Dick M. says:

    Word left out? In the second box, “of” seems to be needed between “mistreatment” and “its”. No?

  2. Poor Richard says:

    Does Mo know what platform Jesus stands upon? Author, you are elsewise. Be sure to wear your flak vest and helmet today.

    What a fine start for my week; I’m so encouraged maybe I’ll make a pass at my nurse.

    Poor Richard says, “Stand up for ‘Jesus and Mo’!”

  3. Bodach says:

    Jesus is big on the Koran; who knew?

  4. author says:

    Thanks, Dick. Fixed.

  5. Ketil G says:

    Jesus and mo is the best cartoon ever!!
    :-) :-) :-)

  6. Where’s Barmaid?!? I’m so pissed at Author.

  7. Poor Richard says:

    JRO: Hopefully, we will never see Barmaid. She will always be a creature of our own imagination: tall, short, buxom, wispy, redhead, blonde, brunette,
    dark skinned, light, but always sassy, with that killer gleam in her eye. Every great woman I’ve known shows up in her spot from time to time. If no one fills it in for you, try Sandra Bullock, Diana Rigg, Zhang Ziyi, Debra Winger, Halle Berry, Bette Midler etc etc

  8. Jerry w says:

    PR:

    So, you’re saying the bottom line requirement for the barmaid is a pulse?

    Or, body temperature above ambient?

    Methinks that sets the bar a little low.

    Jerry w
    http://boskolives.wordpress.com/

  9. irilyth says:

    Is it a standing joke, or a running gag? (1/0)

  10. Mel says:

    I always thought it is Mo who stands on the old and new testament…

  11. JoJo says:

    Barmaid is at the other end of the bar serving garlic bread to the Flying Spaghetti Monster. It’s the future…. ;-P

  12. Poor Richard says:

    Oh, Jerry Jerry Jerry, so jaded. She has to be smart and uppity. For myself, I think of the young Lauren Bacall.

  13. Hobbes says:

    Oooooh. Young Bacall. Yeah!

  14. Hobbes says:

    Oooooh. Young Bacall. Now, that’s a scripture in which I could believe.

  15. joe says:

    Mo should be dunking a cracker in his beer.

  16. Hobbes says:

    Then Jesus would drown =:()

  17. Jerry w says:

    Jesus drown? Consider that he’d be walking on the beer’s foam.

    Of course there a danger element from those holes in his feet.

    Jerry w

    http://boskolives.wordpress.com/

  18. r00db00y says:

    Shouldn’t that read “the perceived over-reaction by some Muslims….”?????
    After all, just because you see it as an over-reaction, doesn’t mean they do (or should) and doesn’t make you right.

  19. Toast in the machine says:

    http://www.iol.co.za/index.php?from=rss_Africa&set_id=1&click_id=0&art_id=vn20060220065011491C690524

    ‘As the death toll from Saturday’s riots in Nigeria about the Prophet Mohammed cartoons rose to 45…’
    ‘At least 11 people have died in Libya during violent protests against cartoons…’
    ‘A leading Muslim cleric in Pakistan has offered a reward to anyone who kills one of the cartoonists…’

    I can’t see how that could be thought a reasonable reaction.

  20. Fran says:

    The editorial in Christianity Today says “Faith is not a Freak Show!”
    http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2008/august/14.20.html

    So I just had to come here for a dose of reality.

  21. Uncle Roger says:

    Poor Richard – I kinda figured the Barmaid was actually Janeane Garofalo. (Or maybe the gal from Silverado, only she’s not hot like Garofalo.)

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  23. sam says:

    Ah another religion bashing site. I like the earlier cartoons, but ones like this make me wonder what the lack in belief is all about.

  24. Thoughts of a Dying Atheist says:

    I wonder what the need for belief is all about.

  25. Tom says:

    There’s no need. I like believing, and I like myself liking believing. Peace.

  26. fenchurch says:

    Tom proves it: religious belief is all in your head!

    Everyone is welcome to join reality. Open invitation. bring a friend!

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