The Second Plague of Egypt

Frogs - The Second Plague of Egypt - Frenchman

Frogs had swarmed the land of Egypt
Jumped and went all “Ribbit! Ribbit!”
They frightened the community,
but some saw opportunity…

See, one’s plague is another’s pleasure,
one’s junk is another’s treasure.
Some feel frogs are vile as dung,
while others feel them with their tongue.

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Here’s a comic not so vague
about Egypt’s very first plague.

They’re Just like Us

Just Like Us / by C-Section Comics

Robots will replace us all,
I think it’s pretty clear.
They are stronger, smarter, better,
and way more sincere.

They don’t need no food or sleep,
no paid leave or lunch breaks.
They don’t need no smoking zones,
they have what it takes
to make us obsolete one day
and to take our place.
(The truth is hard to hear but I’ll still
shove it in your face.)

Why are we not stopping this?
Because we’re humans, really.
We don’t think that far ahead,
hey, “carpe diem”, silly!

So robots will replace us
and they’ll either kill us all,
or put us in a human zoo
(I think it’s called a “mall”).

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They’re just like us, but they have their limits – here’s one, in this comic about robots and AI.

Rabbit or Duck

Rabbit or Duck - by C-Section Comics


Rabbit or duck? Try your best luck.
Can it be both? Of course not, you schmuck!
Is it a matter of narrative? Nay.
It’s a matter of facts, not stories. Okay?
There’s only one truth, the answer is one.
So don’t be a quack (I know it’s a pun)
and tell me the answer right now or begone.
Shit, it was a T-Rex, and it bloodied the lawn.

Here are some more cartoons about animals.

Poor Fly