May 10th, 2007
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Because motorbikes don’t sound like “Gin”, probably.
are u just cutting and pasting their faces for each panel?
@ jonathan: LOL!
Rrrum! would be better. Moses as a biker, eh? I think the next strip would be when Moses returns having crashed the bike.
I am pretty sure this is a reference to Che Guevara’s motorcycle trip through South America.
Love it. The “what are you rebelling against?!” line is an absolute classic.
Yo Pahan you wrong dawg thay be coppin from The Wild One peace g
maybe there is some motorcycle related intertextual reference here – consider the Lotus – actually didn’t they make cars?
Maybe it’s just because Moses is the kind of dude that would ride a bike.
If there had been bikes that long ago.
To me, it seems to be a reference to “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance” — an introspective novel about one man’s search for truth and meaning, starting with the premise that nothing which he was brought up to believe in was really 100% true and reliable.
Surely it’s a reference to Moses’ Song of Triumph on crossing the Red Sea (Exodus 15:1-19)
But of course Moses was a biker… for it is said that the roar of Moses triumph was heard throughout the land
iain: Nice one!
Bring back the old Moses that wanted to control the TV set.
Dudes, Moses being a biker and saying “What have you got” is a reference to Marlon Brando’s the Wild One.
The dreariest book I ever read. Talk about self-obsessed, it was less a novel, more an exercise in literary masturbation. And he was a shit husband and father. I’m glad I got my copy from a charity shop ‘cos I’d have hated to have given him some royalties for putting me through that drivel.