The wanna be hacker who didn't cover his tracks

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i really dont get it cosmic....

anyway part 2 soon, when i think of wth to make it about oO, ideas welcome ^^
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Ok, my cartoons were not a joke but to show that comedy and humor are two different concepts often confused as the same. They were comedy, but not humorous.

I could do a funny one about red and yelo escaping the tyrannical DDMJ (who they love to call Dean Daniel Micheal Joseph)
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o_O

comedy without humor?
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Comedy With humor?
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George Carlin is hilarious... and uber offensive

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1 year dead as well. And its only offensive if you are offended.
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Van-hayes wrote:1 year dead as well
:cry:... i was too young to know many of his works... but i saw a few on comedy central that were hilarious

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lol hayes ^^

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I'm really digging the consistent use of the 6-pane layout; quite divergent from the norm. GZ.

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Considering how wildly off-topic we are here, and the other general randomness, I find this thread more or less impossible to split, so I'm going to lock it. Start a new thread or hijack the Joe paint thread for more cartoons.

Incidentally, while I was about in Dublin, I passed a photo studio with a sign in the window. "Shoot your children for free!"
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