Passive Depressive #119

January 17, 2008


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10 Responses to “Passive Depressive #119”

  1. Jive Says:

    This isn’t really a very fair portrayal of cops. Many police officers are very open minded and have at least one post-graduate physics degree.

  2. engtech Says:

    plus, many police officers like to wear womens clothing.

  3. Rodney Says:

    You know, I’m starting to think that this is a fictional comic. That explanation is full of holes. And if I had a better grasp on physics, I might be able to point some of them out.

  4. sabretooth Says:


    funny that both leo and nardo have taken to dressing like girls…

  5. Feel-ya Says:

    I love how Leo always gets into trouble with the authorities, no matter which dimension he seems to be in. ;)

  6. baredfeetandteeth Says:

    So…I’ve taken to watching Dr Who, for the first time ever…it’s all that’s on round about 4am here, in English…and, I think if the Brits get ahold of PD, you’re in for a old school paddle-spanking.

  7. w0rmwood Says:

    Hmm… paddle spanking. How did you know about my fondness for harsh but fair paddle wielding English governesses?

    oh, uh, never mind.

    Got to love the Dr. though. You never forget you’re first Dr.

    But lets keep our Dr. Who lore straight, the oft-reincarnated time lord travels through time, while our heroes have been knocked into a different dimension with a roughly twenty year temporal parallax.

  8. baredfeetandteeth Says:

    Everyone’s got a Nanny fantasy. Part of the reason I was one for so long, and made such good tips.

    and time/dimension difference aside…the Daleks?

  9. w0rmwood Says:

    “and time/dimension difference aside…the Daleks?”

    wait, are you trying to say that Kenji’s drawing of a strange vaguely cylindrical robot looks like something from Dr. Who?

    Kenji you said it was your own idea! You lying bastard!


    Lol, I actually think that having seen all the old television shows and movies we are constantly elluding to really helps the comic along.

    To this day I still feel that the Daleks were one of the single best villains ever created!

    ps – which Dr are you watching? I’ve always dug the one with the scarf and the jelly babies… but they all rock!

  10. baredfeetandteeth Says:

    I think you’re confusing yourself. It’s Harry Potter that’s got the funny scarves and the strange candy :P

    I’ve been catching episodes of the newer series with David Tenet…Tenant………..Tentants…I dunno. Some guy. They keep replaying like four eps recently though, and it’s pissing me right off.

    Also, I think the pop/post-pop culture references add to the entertainment value as well. Makes your readers feel smart for wasting their lives in front of the television and copping feels in the backs of theatres.

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