The Book of Biff
December 24th, 2013 Merry Christmas, everybody who is a person who celebrates that! And a joyous Winter Solstice to the rest of you. Just to let you know, we won’t be updating on Christmas or New Years day.
Theists often ask atheists what sort of evidence they would accept as proof that God exists. I think if all religious folks lived up to their own deeply held values, that would be a true miracle. But there’s little risk of that.
Posted by sohmer on January 7, 2014 It’s safe to say that I have somewhat more than a passing interest in the ‘Interwebs’, especially when it comes to viewing habits. Over the last decade, I’ve seen a great deal of ridiculous shite capture people’s attention for brief moments, only to be eclipsed and forgotten when the next thing comes along. It’s only recently that the culmination of all this aforementioned shite has combined and formed something new, something terrifiying. It’s as if Youtube, Twitter, Facebook, TMZ and Gawker were all pieces of Voltron.
SHORTEST VERSION: My daughter and I collaborated on a print! It’s signed by both of us and limited to 100 pieces. GO BUY IT NOW (and tell 99 of your friends)! SHORT VERSION: Instead of selling a limited print to pay for a trip for my wife and I on JoCo Cruise Crazy, like I wanted to (and like I have for the past 2 years), I am NOW selling a limited print to pay off an unexpected tax bill from the IRS which cost ALMOST EXACTLY what the cruise was going to cost.
Look who's coming back for Xmas! by Matt on 12.22.2013 It's Sad Larry! We're bringing this week's short a little early, too! This Tuesday, Xmas Eve. Or if you're a season pass holder, you get it a day early as usual!
Friday, January 10, 2014 | 10:42 AM | by Tim Playstation Now looks great. A decent compromise to backwards compatibility, the service will allow people to stream older games to their devices, like an OnLive for Playstation games. If it works, it will be pretty cool. I have to wonder, though, if anyone at Microsoft is scratching their heads regarding the favorable reaction to this announcement so far. Playstation Now is a strictly digital service... which means in order to benefit from it, you need a good internet connection.
The next livestream is this Friday, January 17th at 8pm est! As always, I’ll be doodling first, so if there’s something you’d like to see me doodle, post it in the chat! Naturally, I’ll be accompanied by Disney music, and will occasionally suck at singing along. Corpse Run
Monday, December 23 — 3:00 PM Surprise! One last Christmas gift for you guys: Super Carol 64! I wasn’t sure if I’d be able to finish this one in time (I’m leaving the state to visit my in-laws in a couple hours), so it doesn’t have quite as many songs as I’d like, but I hope you enjoy. The concept is pretty simple–mashing up various Nintendo songs with Christmas carols.
December 24th, 2013 Erotic garden gnomes are fairly similar to regular ones! The differences are subtle, and you may miss them at first glance. Pro tip: erotic gnomes are the ones with their genitals showing. Back… WITH A VENGEANCE
That logic doesn't bode well for Life Coaches. Do you know my favorite sign around airport security? It’s the one that says something along the lines of “Making jokes about bombs will be taken seriously, and will come with severe criminal charges.” That’s right, there are places in the US where jokes are actually illegal.
SORE THUMBS ABOUT SORE THUMBS (courtesy of Comixpedia) Sore Thumbs is a manga-style webcomic drawn by Owen Gieni and written by Chris Crosby, which started on March 8, 2004. It is more or less an allegory of the current political landscape in America. Sore Thumbs mainly centres on the trials of Fairbanks Greensworthington and his sister Cecania. The focus of the comic is the Sore Thumbs Video games store, which Fairbanks owns; Cecania, Harmony and Sawyer are employees there. The strip frequently makes use of bizarre and incongruous similes and metaphors, and there is a running gag wherein Mario (the Nintendo character) is supposed to look like a penis.
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