Monday, December 12, 2005

Moose and Dude

As some of you may know, I used to write a webcomic. It was brilliant. Seriously, seriously brilliant. Don't believe me? Check it out. After some careful consideration and the suggestions of [read: death threats from] our own Mr. Jaworski, I have decided to bring the comic back. Episodes both old and new will continue to appear on my site (which is also linked from my name on the left). As I have decided to give the comic a slightly philosophical bent, new episodes may often appear here as well. And so, without further ado, Moose and Dude, Episode 112:


2 comments:

  1. This strip raises many significant and deep moral issues and dilemmas and problems, and so on. It is deeply important.

    For instance, would a Kantian really think trying to save a drowning child when you can't swim is really a good idea? Would a utilitarian?

    Does the fact that they all appear to be drowning (and so everyone dies) means that the utilitarian failed, and is unethical thereby?

    Just how many exclamation marks is it all right to use when denoting the yelling for "help" and the recognitions of not being able to swim?

    And so on!

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  2. the answer is three.

    three exclamation marks.

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