A web comic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language.
Panel One: Drawing of a stick figure looking at a phone screen.
Person 1: I can’t believe you’re so wrong. I’m backed by Snopes, Wikipedia and a half-dozen journals. You’re quoting .net pages with black backgrounds and like 20 fonts each.
Panel Two: A stick figure with short, dark hair is seated at a desk and typing on a laptop.
Person 2: It’s sad how you buy into the official story so unquestioningly. Guess some people prefer to stay asleep.
Panel Three: Same as Panel One.
Person 1: Watch closely – I’m about to win this argument.
Person 2 (from phone): How?
Panel Four: Person 1 is shown to be sitting at the top of a waterslide.
Person 1: By going down a water slide.
Panel Five: This panel is split in two, with Person 2, seated at the desk in the upper part and Person 1 going down the water slide in the bottom.
Person 2: So? what does that prove?
Person 1: Wheeee. . .
Panel Six: Same as Panel Five.
Person 2: You didn’t win the argument!
Person 1: …eeee! [sploosh]
Hover text: Really, the comforting side in most conspiracy theory arguments is the one claiming that anyone who’s in power has any plan at all.
Warning: This comic occasionally contains strong language (which may be unsuitable for children), unusual humor (which may be unsuitable for adults), and advanced mathematics (which may be unsuitable for liberal-arts majors).