And, with that, they both flounced off stage.


Discussion (34)¬

  1. henry ford says:

    Singer guitarists……… the introduction reminds me of folk clubs in the 70’s……..

  2. The flounce IS tonight’s performance.

  3. Author says:

    Those boys really know how to flounce.

  4. M27Holts says:

    Aye. Ignorance of physics…cool, but dare to call a “literary great” (sic)…and all hell breaks loose….teehee…

  5. JCGC says:

    For some reason, this image won’t load. Previous image loads fine.

  6. Peter Nason says:

    re:Henry Ford, I always read those intros with Keanu Reeves as Jesus and Alex Winter as Mo.

  7. M27Holts says:

    Wyld Stallions? No Electric guitars…

  8. Peter Nason says:

    Electric vs acoustic is where your suspension of disbelief ends? I guess everyone has their limit.

  9. cj says:

    At first, I got a time out error. Reloaded the page and your site loaded just fine. You could get whiplash from all the fake outrage.

  10. Doug says:

    I haven’t been able to get “Outrage” to load, even by reloading the page. The rest of the page comes up, but not the comic.

  11. Author says:

    Doug, have you tried a shift-refresh? That’s working for a lot of people.

  12. John Badgley says:

    Your best due to the extended exchange after the Workshop. I’ve never read a better exposure of grift. Having experienced it, I’ve now found words to display it.

  13. Doug says:

    Thanks for the shift-refresh suggestion. But I tried that multiple times, and the comic still doesn’t show up. I’ve never had any trouble having the Jesus and Mo comics come up before.

  14. Someone says:

    These guys just epitomized the sentiment “Don’t read the comments.”
    You can say just about anything, like that it’s cold outside or you have your own opinion on a topic (say a movie), and there’s bound to be someone who will want to pick a fight and denigrate you for your observations.
    On the flip of course is if you dare to approach someone with whom you disagree, since it’s pretty much taking bait from someone who hopes for an argument.
    Happens everywhere and the more stubborn or self-insistent the comments, the less likely one desires to share their thoughts in future, since seems utterly pointless.

  15. M27Holts says:

    Aye. One of my prime entertainments for validating my opinion of mindless morons is to read the replies when a scientist tweets x, perhaps some are being deliberately stupid to verify their right-on coolness…

  16. SteveCut says:

    Image not displaying for me either on this one. I’ve tried in Firefox and Brave. I can view other strips on the site just fine. Shift refresh doesn’t help.

  17. Jesus F Iscariot says:

    Comic loading problems? Move to Toronto. The Allahu Akbarbarians don’t ever care enough about this harmless little country to disrupt Jeez n Mo depictions here.

  18. M27Holts says:

    Its ok too here in the sunny publican area of Swintonia in the peoples republic of Mancunia…where it rains a lot but we don’t care because we are all inside our private garden bars getting shitfaced…

  19. Deimos says:

    A short prayer to (name appropriate elder god) gets the site loaded but I needed to call on the big C to get the comments. I may have lost my temper a tiny bit and offered a few thousand of Mo’s followers in exchange for continued access.
    Oops my bad.

  20. Deimos says:

    Sorry I missed your comments Author on the last cartoon. If you have access to my email via the comments then please make contact.

  21. postdoggerel says:

    Finally it has come to me that J&M cartoon picture fails to appear in either win 10 firefox or edge. Comments, yes. Cartoon, no. Shift-refresh did not work, but did produce a cartouche of outrage that would not open (error 522?) Hope you can overcome. ps, your contact email address does not work either, so I will post here for your benefit in redesigning the site. Meanwhile I will have to be content with the content at Ollie’s auk bar, tho the patrons there were last seen in 1844. As it happens, Descartes was there, and when asked if he would like another ale, said “I think not”, and disappeared.

  22. Author says:

    Anyone still having problems viewing the strip can try the top-secret backup site:


    [This message will self destruct in 5 days]

  23. Troubleshooter says:

    Tonight we’re singing a lament about the assumption of bad faith in modern discourse, when meaningful engagement is eschewed in favour of performative outrage.

    WHEW! Word salad, anyone???

  24. Donn says:

    The only thing over here on the US left coast has been an occasional connection timeout, which would fit with the DoS attack theory. In some better future, we should have the ability to indentify sources of such behavior and block them off. Along with telephone solicitors.

    I read the chimamanda link, or skimmed it anyway. Pox on both their houses, and I suspect they aren’t unrepresentative.

  25. M27Holts says:

    Someone quoted..”words are our servants, not our masters”. However, I get more of a buzz from the some of the C++ code I’ve produced especially the storm sewer design api which used navier-stokes equations to help with the problems of liquid viscosity and fluid dynamics…

  26. Son of Glenner says:

    M27Holts: Which equations are used to measure the chip on your shoulder?

  27. M27Holts says:

    I’m a manc. I have chips with gravy….

  28. Dr John the Wipper says:

    Over here in NL it is the National Topless Day.

    And, to promote it the national nudist federation (a co-sponsor) released a promo-movie.
    But, to get it accepted for Faecesbook, Twister, or You-sewer,
    they had to do it WITHOUT showing any (even partial!) booby.


  29. Someone says:

    Well of course Dr. John. What’s the point of sovereignty if we can’t shove our puritanical morals down the throats of people half a world away in a different nation with different laws?

  30. Laripu says:

    M27Holts, since you’re a Manc that has chips with gravy, what do you think of poutine? It’s a French-Canadian dish that consists of (at least) chips, gravy, and cheddar cheese curds.


    Imagine the fluid flow equations of that in your intestinal tract.

  31. M27Holts says:

    Looks well tasty….I like the chinese gravy round here it has a fruity zingyness and very thick consustency so it doesn’t drip on your best vest….

  32. M27Holts says:

    How many peeps on here never had a donner kebab on a naan bread?

  33. postdoggerel says:

    M27Holts, a Donner kabob would cause me to throw up my hands and projectile vomit feet across the room. It would make a done for of me. Naan the less, I would gladly return to the Cock and Bull if said items were not on the menu. The fluid dynamics of my spewing would entail a cleanup of an incalculable, chaotic, and massive proportion.

  34. M27Holts says:

    Donner meat if often Halal, and unless it was a friday, Jebus could partake…the cock and bull wouldn’t serve it, but depending on where it is, they can get one to soak up.the beer on the way home….


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