Pupkin!, submitted by SA ad banner!. The only thing that I can really think of to say about this comic monstrosity is that apprently some of the people who advertise on Something Awful are the same people who I try desperately to avoid if at all possible. To say that this comic is not funny would not be doing it justice. It is appalling and terrible in absolutely every single aspect that I can think of.
This comic is also in protest to last night's Major League Baseball All-Star Game, which was ended after 11 innings by idiots who thought Freddy Garcia and Vicente Padilla's arms would fall off if they threw more than 30 pitches. Commissioner Bud Selig said he "had no alternative," but twice in the past pitchers have gone FIVE innings to continue long All-Star games, and last night's final pitchers (both starters) only went TWO. Everyone's just being babied way too much. It's all pointless, though, since there's just going to be a strike next month anyway, which will kill me.
I wish I had a solution to the problem of internet comics. I say "problem" but I really mean something closer to "disease" or "infestation." Without fail they tend to be some of the most useless garbage out there in cybarrlande, rivalling even the plushie fanfiction sites in sheer moronic worthlessness. And yet they are ubiquitous! If one were to plot on a graph the number of times that a web comic was funny and the number of times it sucked ass over the course of a month or so, the funny points would be thrown away because they screw up the line. Just a little nerdy stats humor for you there. Heh heh heh (webcomics suck).
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