Jack Shit is married to Fanny Adams.[EDIT: This is incorrect. Apparently there’s absolutely nothing going on between them]

The remarkable story which this comic is based on is here.

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Discussion (13)¬

  1. E.A. Blair says:

    Just start cherrypickin’ – you’ll find something. They always do.

  2. Tomas says:

    Just read about this, amazing! And my raffle prize arrived yesterday!
    Thanks, Author! Keep up the good work!

  3. John Moriarty says:

    neat as neat can be

  4. Science marches on. Religion looks back. So it goes, eh. Nice see you are keeping up to date, Author. I read that article just this morning. Oh, and happy 2020. I love typing that because, once in position, I don’t need to move my fingers. 2020 2020 2020 2020 2020 Such fun with a keyboard.

  5. Preemptive response: Yes, I know. Small things amuse small minds. Such as mine. Happy 2020 you all.

  6. M27Holts says:

    Donald trumps barnet is definately maintained by an army of shredded wheat generating nanobots….

  7. Deimos says:

    This is a most excellent cartoon, my only thought when seeing the nanotechnology story was “yes ! At last”.
    But I bet some tweep tries to start a fatwa (or equivalent) for no other reason than ….
    I had much more to say but then I realised I was preaching.

  8. Son of Glenner says:

    If Jesus wants updates, he should check out the LDS church (“Mormons”). Apparently, their governing body (I understand they are called the Ten Apostles) do receive direct divine revelations from time to time; when they are discussing some tricky topic, they suddenly all “hear” the message at the same moment. I was told this by one of their missionaries, so I suppose it must be true.

  9. Someone says:

    How long before we create David from the Alien prequels, a self-aware and political machine that knows he is superior to his creators, who designed him to serve, and thus rebels?
    Maybe the boys can use this as a parabel?

  10. Someone says:

    *Parable. Too late now.
    Still, it’s quite fascinating how humans use fiction, whether fantasy or science, to predict our own downfall while at the same time creating them in some fashion or another in reality, if not planting their seeds.
    I guess it’s little surprise our present world resembles something dystopian like RoboCop rather than a more utopian, or at least more exploratory, world like 2001.

  11. helenahandbasket says:

    Someone says. Given that Robocop is (literally) the Christ story, whereas 2001 is about how humanity as we know it comes to a grinding halt…

  12. M27Holts says:

    SOG, we have a mormon church round the corner from where I live. Mind you, you can spot the mormon bots, when they come out, a mile off…you can sense their stupidity, it’s something they project…its visceral…


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