Thursday, August 12, 2010

Prison

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Who doesn't enjoy a nice cut of meat? Well, I don't since I became vegan eight years ago, but it's still fun to make jokes about the names of the various corpse chunks. I figured film buffs and people in "the industry" might enjoy this cartoon the most.

Our dusty archive comic for today is from 11 days before the turn of the century. A couple of people mentioned that they liked my older, more surreal comics, so I intentionally found bit of surrealism for today's post. Now that I've released these desperate criminals, don't worry about running into them on the street. They're only about an inch and a half tall; just give them a good stomp and toss them into a recycling bin.

If you haven't yet read my previous post about the dandy goings-on at Woodstock Sanctuary, please do. It's dandy.

7 comments:

Katherine said...

I love the cartoon jails one. You're brilliant.

rob said...

Yaaayyyyy! That is all for now.

Linus said...

As brilliant as the cartoon is, didn't we all realize there is no year 0, so the new millenium started in 2001, not 2000, or Asimov would have called the book 2000.

Anonymous said...

As a time traveller from the year Zero, I resent Linus' presumptuous comment!

-Inerid

Rarian Rakista said...

So would you eat Vat-grown meat if it comes about in your lifetime?

Piraro said...

@Rarian Rakista...I have no compunction about eating vat-grown meat since there is no suffering involved and presuming it would not be environmentally destructive. But animal protein and fat are still an unnecessary health hazard and the idea of eating meat doesn't appeal to me anymore, so I probably wouldn't.

Piraro said...

@Linus...You're right, of course, but since the fireworks and TV specials were a year early, most people think of the changing of the first two numbers as being the new century/millennium, so I just went with it.