Calling It Like It Is
  • Nadine
    October 14, 2010

    Karaoke is edutainment!

  • Anonymous
    October 14, 2010

    apparently watching tv and playing video games is as bad as cradling a bottle of jack in bed

    when did girl become such a nazi

  • Eric
    October 14, 2010

    Not Jack, Cat will be snuggling up with a jug of paint.

    Does the dependability of Cat & Girl 3 times a week mean we’re in a rational universe? Am I using it as an excuse to enable my bad faith? Will I feel atoned if I donate?

    Are you there, God? It’s me…being a wiseass.

  • MaggieL
    October 14, 2010

    I blame the music:

  • kimme
    October 14, 2010

    Music was my first love and it will be my last :(

  • Jonathan
    October 14, 2010

    Videogames are the external sign of internal surrender. Paint is brinkmanship.

  • Kid Eponym
    October 14, 2010

    Video Games aren’t the problem, Anonymous. Treating video games as a party is. Especially Mario Party. On single player.

  • yachris
    October 14, 2010

    MaggieL thanks for the affirmation… music showed me my life is meaningless too! Well, so did everything else, but music did it best.

    Oh, and I love the switch between Cat lightening up Girl’s mood in panel three, only to be sunk by her cynicism in the last row…

  • Esn
    October 14, 2010

    One of the best ones yet.

    Panels 2 & 3 are already brilliant.

  • Nicole
    October 17, 2010

    I thought “the event” was the event…

    *makes cue for sarcastic laughter at the obviously horrible pun*

  • John Miller
    October 26, 2010

    it’s a little funny how something as discontenting as this comic can make me laugh and ultimately feel better. Maybe it’s just because now I know I’m not actually crazy, that these thoughts are that which we share. [:

  • John Miller
    October 26, 2010

    by the way, I like video games, I just hate its exclusion of the casual creator. It seems very difficult to have video games integrated into communities as a productive art form (productive to communities) when its only source of input is through commercialized business. Yet, at the same time, just because there are no communities based on video games does not mean it can’t enhance communities, culture, people, etc, and it does not mean it’s not an art form.

    I think Paper Mario is a pretty cool game.

  • John Miller
    October 26, 2010

    Plus, I think that video games are very much like religion. Yes, there is a bad side, but there is also a good side.

  • Vised
    November 18, 2010

    Well, that’s what the Ludus Novus and Experimental Gameplay Project and Glorious Trainwrecks and the rest of the “anybody can make games! let’s do so NOW!” people are trying to do, making small, quick games amongst themselves and having fun with it. (Fudge the “indie” game communtiies for making their own canons, though.)

    Also, the first Paper Mario was amazing, the second one was extremely (positively and negatively) hit-and-miss, and the third was a miserable shell of itself.

  • Alden
    June 15, 2011

    I had fritos for breakfast and partied with a jug of friend last night

    Also everyone knows mario rpg was the best

    that is all

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