So what, does the WHOLE FRACKIN’ WORLD know about Galasso’s kidnapping? And nobody tried to do anything about it?
Would *You* do something about it?
Send them a box of tranquilizers so the customers don’t get annoyed by the noise?
The term “blackmail” comes roaring to mind.
Duncan: “I won’t call the cops, but you have to refer to this gray toy as ‘neon’.”
Ethan: “What? Never!”
Duncan: “There are no Walmarts in prison! Do it!”
I was thinking the same, but for some reason I am betting Mike told at least one person and the news flew after that.
nah it was mike so that everyone would give Ethan a hard time
“Uh, Ethan, we hardly have money to keep the story running without you breaking our fourth wall and spending a lot of money to repair it the cheapo way.”
Or maybe: “Gosh, I shouldn’t update my life story with such detail. At least my spin on comedy encourages people to buy my T-shirts!”
All depending on the color lampshade you want
well, shoot, i only just noticed, but the title of this ‘chapter’ is Heroic BSOD
Looks like Duncan’s been reading webcomics in between complaining about toys. Somehow he came across Shortpacked!
Oh yeah, I hate it when I get into a new webcomic and it turns out that I’m a secondary character in it. Happens all the time…
I like to think this conversation–or at least Duncan’s last line–is all in Ethan’s head to prompt him to think about what he’s doing.
This is like watching one of those rare cartoons where, for one shining moment, Tom beats Jerry for a change.
Oh boo-hoo! There stolen from factories! Well the guys who made em get 0.1 percent of the damn prophet when sold properly so I say more power to the thieves. VIVA LA REVOLUCION!
I think you mean profit… and still.
Um, by stealing from the factories and selling them on an online auction, do you know who else doesn’t get any percentage of those “profits”? 1) The other line workers in the factory, 2) the workers in packing, 3) the workers in the distribution facility, 4) the truckers/RR engineers/pilots/ship crew that transport the toys to their destinations, and don’t forget 5) the employees in the toy stores who would have sold them normally. Screw your “revolution”. Thieves aren’t revolutionary, they’re selfish, greedy bastards who hurt the people who can least afford it.
Basically, just this. Heh. Thanks, Sio!
I think Ethan should have stayed evil.
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