Absolute genius, until the day I accidentally miss a decimal point or two.
Just found this comic and read through the archives.
Loving the humor… simple yet very intreguing.
Definitely added to my favorites, keep it up!
Apparently you don't have a DVR… We never watch commercials anymore. Just sayin'…
Seems like the best use of a time machine to me.
I always thought the worst gift was a cell phone, or anything else that has monthly charges. "Happy birthday! Now pay for this for 12 months."
I'll agree with that one. The biggest (current) culprit being a copy of WoW to someone not already inducted into MMO social circles. (Historically, the absolute worst would have been Everquest… and don't forget that until a few years ago, you'd have to tack on another half-dozen, or more, expansion packs to be able to do much of anything with anyone else. They eventually figured out that having a $20 copy with all but the most recent release.)
Or, even worse, would be recieving a game card for you to go back into a previously-retired-from online game, that you have no desire to return to, even if just to 'visit'.
Go back in time and convince them not to give you a time machine. Watch the resulting universe implosion.
Or maybe we want to change the past… though I'm rather satisfied with Hitler not ruling the world.
Go back in time to kill Hitler, then go back again and stop yourself.
time machine = tivo…
I think that "whoops" sums up the second panel just fine.
Yowza! And to thik this was published on my and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's B-day!
Well just go forward to next week, and get the winning lottery numbers, and back to use 'em.
But what if the simple fact of you entering a lottery ticket (when you wouldn't have done so otherwise) initiates a chaos effect that perturbs the Brownian motion of the plastic balls in their cage, causing different numbers to come out?
You'd be better off doing this at the horse races, where you only have to go back a couple minutes to place your bet, and a single extra bet would have a minuscule effect on the way the horses run.
You've thought about this just a *little* too much.
Coolest. TiVo. Ever.
No, what you do is you use it to go on murder-rampages without suffering consequences. That, and cheat on tests
clever, i actually remember when commercials lasted 2 min. ah the thimes of yore!
Actually, it would be very hard to make Hitler win WWII. He was very powerful, but Russia was perfectly ready to kick his ass into next week. It’d be very hard to purposely disable them, much less accidentally.
It took until August 16th for me to notice the swastika’s on the building in panel two.
wouldn’t finagling the past just create two presents, one where you changed it and one where you didn’t?
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