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  1. JMo says:

    And there I sat for like twenty minutes waiting for the “blink” or “wink” or whatever else they could’ve done but alas no I am merely an idiot staring at the screen.

  2. tie says:

    right click, save as, and it says .jpg…

    so no blinking this time,

    I humbly submit the results of my investigation to you, 🙂

  3. Peter L says:

    Clever. Millions should share your genius.

  4. Bodach says:

    I love that Mo is reading the Jewel of Medina! Nice work.

  5. Jerry w says:

    If you watch very carefully for a long time, “The Jewel of Medina” book pops up a bit when Mo gets wood from catching Jesus in the old “You go first” gag.

  6. joe says:

    Remember – in the ancient mediterranean, the foot was a euphemism for the male genitalia. They are humble indeed.

  7. JoJo says:

    Wow… If you move your mouse wheel up and down really fast, the whole comic shakes!

  8. Hades says:

    Way to go Mo. Kicked His ass with that one.

    Since my middle name is Mohammed (seriously) I unabashedly support Mo in these things, but I like Jesus too.

    And I totaly agree with Bodach. Making Mo read the Jewl of Medina is quite the stroke of genius.

  9. JohnnieCanuck says:

    Ahh, you beat me to it, joe.

    I had only just learned that last week. Someone had been talking about the behemoth in Job 40, with its ‘tail’ that stiffens like a cedar tree.

    Now I am left wondering if the scene with Mary and the expensive ointment was meant to be taken as a hand job or just a seduction where everyone present knew the symbolism.

    I am sure I would have remembered the sermon if ever the minister had explained the significance of the passage.


    ps Something else I just learned. It’s almost unbelievable. Talk about global warming:


    12:3 And there appeared another wonder in heaven; and behold a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads.
    12:4 And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth:


  10. Jim says:

    Love it, an excellent theme this week. The tedium of hearing the pious frothing at the mouth to get others to hear how ‘imperfect’ they are is truly nauseating. “I don’t claim to be a perfect Christian…”

  11. noboby says:

    Great, I noticed that actual cartoon is included in RSS feed, thx! Now my google reader experience is even better.

  12. […] Jesus and Mo argue over which of them is more humble… […]

  13. Hobbes says:

    A real side splitter! It truly encapsulates the logic of fundamentalists of all religions–the holier-than-thou crowd.

  14. John The Geologist says:

    Congratulations Author.

    This has to be the best cartoon find since my very first Steve Bell, Doonesbury or Bloom County.

    I found this site on Friday and read every cartoon on it. Absolutely superb.

    Apart from the fantastic concept in the first place the writing is spot on.

    I love the occasional digs at other nonsense like homeopathy and the fact that they spend half their time in the pub.

    I would like to meet the barmaid as she seems to be a paragon of logic and clear thinking.

    Excellent stuff. Please keep it up.


  15. Nebbiolo says:

    Hahaha. Mo gets the better of Jesus. Another funny day in their lives. Great cartoon!

  16. Jewel of Medina name check very funny.

    But dang, somebody needs to learn how to draw arms!

  17. Hello, maybe i’ve a tip for a new cartoon, google for “Professor Muhammad Kalisch” and/or read this:,1518,579052,00.html

  18. carolita says:

    You know, I’ve always wondered what’s so fuckin’ great about humility? I think it’s overrated. It’s just a self-castrating impulse, a symptom of mental illness glorified by organized religion. It’s all about narcissism, really: “I better not act or think I’ve got anything going on, because someone else might show me up, and humilitate me, therefore it’s better if I humiliate myself before they can. Must humiliate myself before anyone can do it first. Must. Show. Everyone. Up. First.” In fact, humility is the highest form of narcissism.

  19. Bagpuss says:

    Hey, Ophelia, just ’cause J & M’s arms don’t confirm to the “norm” as arms generally go doesn’t mean that we have to label them as unnatural or unworthy (wouldn’t that be a very unChristian thing to do)…those affected by phalidomide have feelings too, you know!

  20. fenchurch says:

    @JohnnyCanuck: “I am sure I would have remembered the sermon if ever the minister had explained the significance of the passage.”

    I can deliver a quite unforgettable sermon on the significance of passages. It depends on the guy.


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