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”).


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

When Forty-Year-Old You Says You’re a Moron

Forty-Year-Old You - by C-Section Comics

Forty-Year-Old You / by C-Section Comics


“I’m forty-year-old you,”
the guy had promptly said,
“And I’m here to warn you that
there’s nothing in your head.
Every instinct that you have
is so completely wrong,
and had it not been for your parents
you wouldn’t last that long.
I came back from the future
to tell you my dear lad
that you’re sixteen and stupid.
(It’s really kinda sad).
I know I only got here,
but now I must depart,
’cause leaving you with all those doubts
is clearly the best part!”

Here’s another comic ’bout a guy who travels back.
Doc Brown’s his name – a genius (but he’s also sorta quack).