NOTE: These two panels don't make any sense by themselves so you have to click HERE to see the whole comic. Otherwise you won't get it. Not that you will anyways, but you should at least give yourself a fighting chance.
Pfft, you can get around that. All you need to do is travel to a date on which the earth is in the exact same spot in its rotation around the sun. That happens, right? Or is it always changing? Now that I actually think about it I imagine it's always changing. Well, whatever. I'm just waiting for the next comet to pass so I can drink this punch and get the f*** outta here. OOOH -- LATER BITCHES! *glug glug glug* Shit I think that was just an airplane.
Thanks to Justin, who, here, drink this. Wait -- wrong cup. Shit I think I just gave you the poison. Kidding, kidding! They're all poison.
According to a couple nutjobs that I'm actually starting to believe, the Large Hadron Collider is actually destroying itself FROM THE FUTURE to prevent the discovery of the Higgs boson particle. Whoa.
According to the Times, two physicists posit that the reason that the Large... / Continue →
Ha, and all along we thought the Large Hadron Collider would be our doomsday machine. Little did we know it would actually come in the form of a free candy van outfitted to take pictures of the world's roads. That's right, as evident from these photos, a Google Street View va... / Continue →
Due to a crappy Photoshop job of the DeLorean's time circuits (above), there's an internet rumor going around that in Back to the Future II Marty travels into the future to July 5th, 2010 (yesterday). WELL IT ISN'T TRUE. In reality, Marty travels to October 21, 2015. Which i... / Continue →