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Sunday, 30 October 2011

Someone is wrong on the internet.

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No time to blog at the moment as I struggle to get back on track with my book.  But this is all I have to say anyway.

Thanks to my best mate Chris for first sending me this a while back, last time someone was wrong on the internet.  And kudos to the original cartoonist, whoever that may be - the image has been repeated so often I wasn't able to find out.

8 comments:

The Beer Nut said...

It's from XKCD, which is well worth hooking your RSS reader up to.

Are we getting a Session topic this month, or can we just put our heads down on our desks and go to sleep?

Pete Brown said...

BN, thanks for the well-deserved credit.

Re the session, Jay Brooks is going to find someone else to host - I'm really up against it on book deadline now after my laptop theft, and very worried I'm not going to make it.

Hopefully I'll be invited to host again once I'm over this.

The Beer Nut said...

Grand so. Best of luck with the writing.

Steve Lamond said...

Beat me to it BN! Is Dec any better for you Pete as I could swap with you?

Mark (the Brush Valley Brewer) said...

Just for completeness, the original is here:

http://xkcd.com/386/

…and the title is "Duty Calls."

Leigh said...

Best of luck, pete, and yes, the cartoon is apt.

Adrian Tierney-Jones said...

Reminds me of the Viz cartoon, Morris Day sexual pervert, the man obsessed with porn even though his wife is a bit of a cartoon babe…

Owen said...

Something to bear in mind when reading xkcd is that the hover text is often integral to the joke.

Leave the mouse over the image on the xkcd website, and a second punchline appears.