The Pixel Project
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By Rich Stevens
Saturday, Jan 30, 2016 at 9:00 am EST
Happy Saturday, iMore! Because Rich is awesome, he's letting us run some of his Mac-themed comics from the Diesel Sweeties archive on weekends. Bonus comics, woo! We hope you enjoy.
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Honestly, who actually associates Like/Liking mainly with Twitter and not Facebook?
This guy does... That's why his crap is not funny in the least.
You all crack wise, but just you wait!
I happen to be in deep cahoots with some of the top level advisers of these comics, they are in development with a top secret advancement in the field that will rock the world of comics to its core!
Its code name is punch-line, and once they release it, its going to cause you to involuntary rapidly heave while producing a high pitch repeating sound.
Thats all i can say for now, but just you all wait, you'll see! You'll be sorry!!!
So the folks doing these comics are long-time Sprint network engineers? That explains a lot.
Oh. like everyone, I just want good tech comic. Thats why people keep checking these comics even when they often disappoint. Hope what you say is true.
These comics just seem so lifeless. All that needs to be added to the end is an awkward "da dum tsss".
Wait, you mean that people don't find the same things funny? I'm shocked that everyone is so vocal, I mean I personally find these chuckle worthy, but it is *very* easy to just skip these comics...
What I find more offensive though, are the types of ads, I know Rene said it's a tricky thing to maintain, but still.