Here comes trouble.

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  1. Jesus F Iscariot says:

    Good. All the Abrahamic superstitions shacking up in the same bed!
    Buddha and dozens of Hindu deities will be envious.

  2. Quine Duhem says:

    Moses might be in trouble – all the supermarkets have sold out of manna.

  3. […] The new Jesus and Mo strip, called “jokes,” features Moses; as the author notes, “It’s been a while since we’ve seen Moses’ wild-eyed visage. Let’s hope he doesn’t cause any trouble!” […]

  4. MattR says:

    Did the big J throw in a supplementary punchline there – “never get old” – referencing the fact that Moses lived to be 763? Nah, I’m probably looking for meaning where this is none. But just to be sure I’ll check out what The Bible Code has to say about it.

  5. Son of Glenner says:

    Referring back to last week’s strip – is it OK for Mo to hold his mobile phone (“cellphone” to our transatlantic brethren) in his left hand, given that the left hand is designated for dealing with faecal material?

  6. Donal Feran says:

    Forty days in the desert for Moses . . . and then there’ll be forty days at sea for Noah. Hmmm . . . .

  7. Donal Feran says:

    Years, of course. D’oh!

  8. jveeds says:

    Quine: great comment. How about this too: Dang, supermarkets have plenty of TP now but good luck finding any manna or honey!

  9. Laripu says:

    When Moses finally shows up, late of course, he should bring matzo and kosher sacramental wine. Then Jesus can anger Mo and Moses by turning the matzo and wine into his body and blood.

    Since they’re in the UK, it must be Rakusen’s for the matzo. For the wine, Kedem Concord? It’s that bad enough? It ought to be something that would be improved by being turned into blood. 🙂

  10. Adolph clickbait says:

    I had a “divine guidance” sat nav, but it was rubbish, to many mis directions, binned it and bought a tomtom.

  11. Dr John the Wipper says:

    Adolph clickbait:
    Well, TomTom being Dutch it is fitting that the Dutch have a saying:
    “Met TomTom rij je om”;
    meaning somethng like “TomTom guarantees a detour”.


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