Tuesday, December 29, 2009
My regular reader friend: How long have you been a follower of Flea Snobbery? Have you seen every cartoon in it? And you, occasional visitor: Do you know what this is all about? After drawing about 150 cartoons over a year and a half, this amateur cartoonist has decided to call this 2009 a year a couple days earlier. I'm sorry if I leave the archive as your only means to avert the holiday ennui. But that needs not be bad news! If you enjoy this things I manage to drop in the Internet twice a week, make use of this time to discover some you might not know, or re-discover some you perhaps forgot. Happy New Year! See you in 2010!
Friday, December 25, 2009
"Why did you think you needed material riches to worship me? Didn't I make gold and mud alike? Aren't they worth the same for being both my creation?"
"O, Eternal Father! Forgive this poor fool!"
"How could you build for me a temple of ordinary brick? Didn't I create precious materials for a reason? Don't I deserve the best you can give to me?"
"I'm sorry, Lord... I'm sorry..."
"Ha ha ha! I could spend the whole eternity like this."
"Must we postpone the end of the world again, boss?"
"Huh? Oh yes! I want at least a couple more generations of this."
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Friday, December 18, 2009
"Eighty percent of people polled think the government is deliberately sabotaging the educational system to keep future generations ignorant and easy to manipulate—"
"You see, sir, the ludicrous lies the media keep churning out about us."
"Indeed! Since when do we care about future generations?"
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Friday, December 11, 2009
"Are you sure that omnidetector of yours is advanced technology? It doesn't look like it."
"Of course! Do you know Clarke's Third Law? "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic."
"Well, magic doesn't work, and neither does my omnidetector! It's totally advanced!"
"Awesome! I'll take ten!"