Yet another problem with the idea of time travel in general. Enjoy.
I know a lot of people say time travel has been done to death, but I can’t get enough of it
Also, disturbing that he hasn’t changed his clothes in all that time. And is that the same pen? Obviously he doesn’t do much work.
Maybe he only left for an hour and came back with the glasses
I did this as a Tip Givers’ Tip of the Week once on The Instance. I think it works better in comic form.
Great work I agree that for some reason time travel never gets old, I still enjoy seeing it done.
OMG! That explains what happens at work all the time!!
Pen caps are far more advanced in the future.
A consequence of traveling through time is rapid pen cap growth, and violent bowel movements (not shown.)
i agree, time travel never gets old, UNTIL ITS REAL!!! then its AWSOME!!!! but in all seriousness those shades dont really look futuristic, i can see a couple of twins pulling this gag off on stage
anyone seen kill bill and the pussy wagon?
funny how even though “those shades don’t really look futuristic” … they obviously conveyed the idea that they were …
not on their own, and only because it says “Time machine” and the other guy said “duh” so it makes the guy from the future, but the glasses tell the voices in my head say wiggle your big toe
kinda picking this strip apart a bit much, no?
Scott, I wish that your comics could be syndicated through newspapers or tech / hobby magazines…have you ever tryed to set up a system like that?
Woah Deja vu!
I just finished reading a book called “Time Travelers Never Die” Some interesting takes what could be done with such a device.
The Eccentric Inventor’s Rulebook
Rule 1: All inventions must feature at least one (1) incandescent light-bulb, wattage left to inventor’s tastes.
Time travel, in general does not get old, but shows like Star Trek use it too much for lame purposes (and I say that as a Trek fan).
Theoretically forward time travel is possible – Just not reverse (according to Stephen Hawking)
That’s not real time travel, that’s just relativity.
Oh man. Don’t get me started.
Just yesterday I watched an entertaining movie about time travel called “Frequently asked questions about science fiction”, which starred one of the actors from the IT-crowd (Chris O’Dowd) It was a funny movie.
Sorry I meant “Frequently asked questions about time travel”
I was recently talking with some friends about the “Terminator” series and how they are using the time travel concept to really screw up that story line. I hate it when hollywoord uses time travel for anything, Star Trek included. They are so unscientific about it. I’ve always been fascinated with the concept, especially traveling back in time. This “History Channel” (which does more science programming than TLC and or PBS) did a little piece on the science behind it…dumbed down so people like me could sort of understand it. It was fascinating.
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