It’s a common mistake.
With the abortion debate rekindled and raging once again in the UK, this resurrection seemed timely.
If you need a bit of fresh religious satire, I recommend today’s Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal. It is a work of genius.
Thank you to all who chose to become a Patron of the Blasphemous Arts by pledging a monthly sum in support of J&M. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, you can read the rationale behind this thing here.
Basically, if you feel that each J&M strip gives you 25¢ worth of pleasure, you can now pledge $1 per month to show your appreciation. If you estimate the monetary value of your pleasure to be higher than that, you can pledge more. Or less. Or nothing at all! It’s entirely voluntary, and you can cancel at any time.
This month’s prize for those in the monthly raffle (patrons pledging $4pm or more) is a signed, personalised copy of Folie á Dieu. At the time of posting this, there are 29 names in the hat. The winner will be announced next week.
This month’s raffle prize goes to Walt from MN, who gets a signed print and book (it’s a rollover). Congrats!
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Today’s comic inspired by a funny little guy called Hugh Ross.