The 'Rosity Comic Strip - 5-28-07
May 28, 2007 8:23 am
107 weeks without a major injury from laughing too hard. - frogdot
Tunnelrunners by JamesRoden [James Roden]
continued next week ...
The Catpack by anniemation [Janet Lynne]
The Mousecapades - Venice by coa
Wren Derosity - Functional Distress by sparkyjones
The Smiley Faces from Outer Space by edhoover
Kuntry Life by Nyghtwolf [Kevin Luce]
FoToonZ by Gordon_S [Gordon Syerson]
Frog Tales by frogdot
The Incredible Brinkton Agency by vdelor
Drunequest by Dann-O
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Congratulations to James Roden for the 100th installment of Tunnelrunners!
Personally, while I find all the comics this week to be quite good, I confess that I am most impressed by my own. This week's Non-Canonical speaks volumes about me, AnteriorLobe, through the use of an extreme minimalistic approach that, I do believe, has rarely been tried before on Renderosity. John-Paul Sartre, the famous philosopher, dramatist and, to drop a rarely noted detail, expert in the preparation and serving of the Ring Ding, first postulated a "nothingness" which was more minimal than previous nothingness-ess-es-es...uh, more than previous concepts of the nothingness concept. Yeah, much better. Anyway, I can personally relate to this concept, as I have a personal fondness for the Hostess HoHo. Like the HoHo and Ring-Ding, this week's Non-Canonical brings out an essential "essense" that is similar or "almost the same" as the "nothingness," also called the "bottomless scarey void of none-ness" by Immanuel Kant. Indeed, Kant had an early revelation on this topic after he attempted to cut in front of Bismark at a pastry cart in downtown Kalingrad, precipitating a series of events that lead to the German Chancellor to place pastrys on the spike of his helmet, and, through a wacky series of events, the Austro-Prussian War. But regardless of who was wearing what dessert product on their hats, it is clear that the essential nothingness of the synthetic packaged snack food is seen, in abundance, in this week's Non-Canonical. And that is something I can be proud of. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to grab a snack.