• Bill Freese
    July 7, 2020

    I love this cartoon! First it is brilliant in two directions at once, which is kind of your trademark. Then it is brilliant in a third direction. Then it ties itself up in a bow. And then I looked up Gavrilo! Thank you.

  • Lorna Holmes
    July 7, 2020

    Convenience or Death! Choosing convenience is only adaptive if life is sufficiently hard.

  • tudza
    July 8, 2020

    Pro tip: If you’re making the powder stuff, mix it with the milk and butter before putting the drained macaroni back in the pot with it.

  • Dran
    July 11, 2020

    This one made me think harder than most Cat & Girl.

    Is easiness really what’s being increased here?

    If nothing is difficult, only the difficult will have nothing.

  • ben gillard
    July 14, 2020

    sometimes I wonder about this. I suspect that if the right fulcrum is located, if the right butterfly can be encouraged to flap its wings at just the right place and time, large positive intentional change (and not just chaos) can be caused by a very few. The masses’ acquiescence to convenience could provide the inertia once the change has started.

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