Stirring Things Up

Sorry, I just can’t resist doing this.
What ERV really stands for
I don’t want people to start slagging off ScienceBlogs, especially as it’s only a minority of Sbers who behave like this. And I could take PZed and Ed on single-handed in the beard fight.
The NN version is below the fold.

(HT: Bora (who else?))

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9 Responses to Stirring Things Up

  1. Cath Ennis says:

    Oh, that is awesome!
    We need Viktor to do a proper NN version for us!
    BTW is that DrugMonkey at the far left of the 3rd panel? He seems to be fighting someone off-screen rather than a Scibling…

  2. Bob O'Hara says:

    It must be him – perhaps he’s farting in their general direction.

  3. Kausik Datta says:

    This should be interesting. I’ll start microwaving the popcorn and take out the soda. If you want beer, BYOB.

  4. John Wilkins says:

    I am deeply offended that in neither cartoon was I shown urinating on somebody’s rug. How hard is it to draw an albino gorilla?

  5. Bob O'Hara says:

    Kausik – thanks for persuading PZed to Pharyngulate this post. Although we don’t seem to have got the deluge of complaints you were hoping for.
    John – you’re not in either stable. I guess Sb is out for you, so how about coming over to the Dark Side? We have MT4 and everything now. We’ll even offer you an introductory cress sandwich (delivery not included).

  6. Henry Gee says:

    … Bob will cut off the crusts personally. And we’ll remind you, gently but civilly, to stick your little finger out while you’re drinking your tea from the NN bone-china tea service.

  7. Kristi Vogel says:

    GrrlScientist definitely got the best super-hero costume of the bunch. Though the pink brain mask is pretty cool too.

  8. Bob O'Hara says:

    The blood was real too:

    We’re sill cleaning it off the parrots’ feathers.

  9. Kausik Datta says:

    Although we don’t seem to have got the deluge of complaints you were hoping for.

    Complaints, Dr. O’Hara? That graphic was full of WIN! I expected all bouquets, no brickbats, and that’s what seems to have happened at both PZ’s and Orac’s. 🙂

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