Sorting Hat

Sorting Hat of Hogwarts

Nine Eleven? Inside job.
Moon landing? Just a hoax.
Vaccines? Cause autism (and
they poison us, dear folks).
Corona? It’s a Chinese plot
to make us all go broke.
Bill Gates? He’s behind it too
(5G, it ain’t no joke).
Zionists? Control the world.
The Clintons? They’re reptile.
Earth? It is in fact quite flat.
(don’t laugh, you’re in denial).
“Conspirator” they call me, and they say
that I’m a boob.
But these are all hard FACTS!
After all, they’re on YOUTUBE(!!!)


Fact: at best the sorting hat would still perform at O(n log n)


Here’s a previous Harry Potter cartoon.
And here’s a previous cartoon taking a shot at anti-vaxxers (sort of…)


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Deadly Virus

Deadly Virus

A deadly virus rages
and its wrath we must elude.
Let’s find a vaccine for it!
Our dream team must include:

Twenty women (ten of which
should be women of color),
four Muslims, six Buddhists
(whose parents were blue-collar),
one Cuban, one Frenchman
three Russians, three Chinese.
Can I have some Mexicans?
Ooh, give me four of these!
I want seven Germans please,
we’re almost out of Poles.
Yay, our team is so diverse,
we’ve met our own woke goals!

We chose them by identity
and not by skill, but hey…
One might say it’s racist,
but who who am I to say?


This comic is being published as the deadly Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is spreading across China and East Asia, constantly threatening to spread to other parts of the world. To date, a vaccine has not been found, but several teams around the world are working on it.
Halfway around the world, it’s Oscars night again, and Hollywood actors, dwelling in self importance and hypocrisy, are preaching their noble values to plain folk (meaning us). If I thought that Ricky Gervais’s Golden Glove monologue would cool them down a bit, I was bitterly wrong.
The Oscars also reminded me of a previous comic I wrote about diversity (which I think we could all agree is an important liberal value), and how Hollywood is taking it to the wrong place.
Here it is – a comic about Under-representation.


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Anti Waxer

Anti-Waxer - C-Section Comics

Anti vaxxer, anti waxer
which is stranger, can you answer?
One won’t vaccinate her child
the other lets her pubes grow wild.
Freedom people, hey, rejoice –
It’s a matter of self choice.
Though they’re not the same, oh no.
One’s purely aesthetic, bro.
the other can make millions die,
can you guess which one and why?


(Fun fact: I spent half an hour of my life contemplating on whether it should be “Anti Waxer” or “Anti Waxxer”.)

Here’s an oldie I drew in 2013 – how we react to vaccines. Even when I drew that one, I never believed that I’ll live to see outbreaks of measles, and so close to home, literally.


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How We React to Vaccines

Here are some interesting facts about vaccines:

  • American microbiologist Maurice Hilleman developed eight of the fourteen vaccines that are now routinely administered. He is credited with saving more lives than any other scientist of the 20th century (thanks, Reddit).
  • Polio, which can cause lifelong paralysis, can be prevented with a vaccine that costs only $0.50. In the 1980s, polio paralyzed at least 1,000 children every day all over the world, but today, after international efforts to immunize every child everywhere, 5 million people are walking who would otherwise be paralyzed and the world is almost polio-free. (Source: United Nations Foundation)
  • The United Nations actively backs vaccination campaigns in third world countries, such as this one in Afghanistan.
  • A recent Measles outbreak in Texas is linked to an anti-vaccine Pastor. Meanwhile, in Afghanistan and Pakistan, the Taliban tries to stop polio vaccinations, accusing health workers to be “US spies”.
  • In Israel, a recent government funded emergency vaccination campaign ignited debate on the necessity of vaccination, that even reached the High Court.

And me? I’m just grateful to live at a time when we have advanced medicine and science, without which vaccines wouldn’t even exist.