posted by A. Klemmer at Tuesday, March 07, 2006
is being eaten truly death for food? is it not simply a passage to another state of being?
(laughing)Took the words right outta my mouth.Oh but I miss Cheeseburgers.
yes but no lament for the poor soyburger. it has grains o' feelings too.
Camobunny: Hmmm. Passage to another state of being, yes. But the loss of one's identity as Tall Corn Bread or Tall Cheeseburger would be a death of sorts in itself. (And that other state of being would be kinetic energy, which is quickly used--another death.) Theologically speaking, though, we at Twitz are unqualified to deal with such metaphysical questions. Therese: Just 32 days left.Ref.: "Grains" of feeling? Don't you just relish this sort of stuff?
aha, you are mature enough to have opted not to make the poopie joke i set up for you. kudos to you-dos. who's a twelve-year old boy now?i was thinking of either that, or your food becoming a part of you, thus a way to say tall corn bread will live with us forever.metaphysical, shmetaphysical. physically, it all comes down to poo in the end, you see.
There's nothing like a good poopie joke, is there? Is it also a mark of maturity that I passed on executing the followup strip to this?--one on reincarnation with the implication that, well, you get the idea.(As a doctor of kids, you must have a full collection of poop jokes...)
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