Comic: Like Me a River

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.

why didnt you reply? i figured you saw that i faved it.

this isnt twitter! so thats why i can't mute you.

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Rich Stevens

Pixel lover and cartoonist. Still have my original Apple IIgs. See more at or follow him on Twitter @rstevens.

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  • Honestly, who actually associates Like/Liking mainly with Twitter and not Facebook?
  • True Sent from the iMore App
  • 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!!! Sent from the iMore App
  • So the folks doing these comics are long-time Sprint network engineers? That explains a lot. Sent from the iMore App
  • 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.
  • Nice Sent from the iMore App