Good for Nebraska » « Evolution of alcohol synthesis Maybe they’re just drawn that way Jesus and Mo have a revealing conversation. Share this:PrintEmailShare on TumblrTweet Good for Nebraska » « Evolution of alcohol synthesis
Ooh, but you see, the probability of those changes exhibiting specified complexity is a constant divided by the time, so nothing new ever happens.
Scott Hatfield says
Wow. Funny, and I wish I could use this in my high school classroom, but of course I can’t. For that matter, the cartoonist will be the subject of a fatwa once certain Muslims get wise to this one. Islam has always prohibited any visual representation of the Prophet, and I don’t think calling him ‘Mo’ is going to placate some folks…SH
Hey thanks! I wonder why I never see these cartoons in my local family newspaper? Hmmm…
I also wonder why the cartoonist never shows the barmaid. I bet she’s hot.
Stuart Coleman says
I love the look on Jesus’s face. He just got pwned by a bug. It is a bug, right? I can’t really tell.
Thank you, thank you PZ for introducing me to Jesus and Mo! When I looked at yesterday’s strip I had tears rolling down my face at Mo’s line “Does a bear transubstantiate?”
Thanks also for the post on alcohol and evolution. It really helped to crystalize microbial metabolism for me in a way I will never forget. Science should be fun. It sticks better that way. And Apikoros, I AM that barmaid (twenty years!).
David Harmon says
Stuart: It’s someone behind our POV, presumably Mo.
David Harmon says
Correction: The invisible person is an apparently-anonymous barmaid. I was a little slow on the uptake.
I am the author of Jesus and Mo, and I can confirm that the barmaid is hot.
(Thanks for the link, PZ)
Holy crap, this comic is genius.
Oh dear god this is funny! last link, promise.
These are great, aren’t they? I even found the one where the hotness of the barmaid is revealed:
So, kmiers, which one is it? Please post a picture. And by the way, just how many nights a week do you get Jesus and Mohammed in your bar?
Sorry, messed up the link. I’m only a biologist, folks.
What is a “Baby Spice”? That said, I would have to say Pamela Anderson. Before the boob job. And I thank whatever is is I feel like attributing satisfaction to THIS week that most of my clients are more enlightened than J ‘n’ Mo. After all I have been cultivating toward this outcome for many years. J and Mo feel uncomfortable sitting at my bar.
A “Baby Spice” is Emma Bunton, the blonde from The Spice Girls. http://images.google.co.uk/images?q=emma%20bunton
(some of those might not be 100% work-safe)
My first comment on pharyngula is about the Spice Girls. Who’d a thunk it?
Wow, that’s wierd. I actually look kinda like this: