Discussion (17)¬

  1. Rob says:

    blinking marvellous!

  2. tie says:

    the act of (…) plus the blinking says it all.

    😉 great strip as usual!

  3. Bodach says:

    Yeah, those answers gave me pause, too…

  4. JoJo says:

    What a pair of blinking cults..

  5. Steve says:

    Reminds me of one of those self referential definitions:

    – A cult is a small, unpopular religion.
    – A religion is a large, popular cult.

  6. Jerry w says:

    Hey, is that kool-aid in their glasses?

  7. The Tomminator says:

    I once read that a “Religion” is a ‘cult’ with enough money and power to keep the government off its’ back, while a “Cult” is a ‘religion’ without enough money and power to do so.

  8. JohnnieCanuck says:

    Such expressive eyes they have.

    Jerry w No, they have enough money and power to be able to afford Guinness on tap. They’re established.

    Poisoned Kool-Aid is a sure sign of a cult with no future. Evolution in action.

  9. Uncle Roger says:

    Fantastic, as always.

  10. Yuva Langer says:

    A religion is a cult that found a way to survive without its founder(s).

  11. Flaky says:

    “WTF, did Mo just blink?” Marvellous use of animated gifs.

  12. Hobbes says:

    Yeah, and Jesus blinked too. All religions were cults at one time (small and not much money).

  13. Hobbes says:

    Hey, what happened to my avatar?

  14. Nightshadequeen says:

    I think this one would make an awesome T-shirt design.

  15. Grindlay says:

    10-second blinking interval on this one.
    Oh well, that rules out powers of 2.
    (see “nine”)

  16. J. Doe says:

    by above’s logic, a government is a cult, it fits 3 and a half of the points presented


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