9 Responses

  1. Daniel says:

    ROFL @ the drawing! Total ownage. Funniest shit I’ve read in a while.

  2. April Johnson says:

    You’re like Hannibal Lecter with muscles. Poor Rick, the prick.

  3. Anonymous says:

    “Theirs more to life than brains and muscles dickhead!”Not really since your brain controls every thought and therefore every action you take(or it should at least, maybe not in this guys case).

    • Jon says:

      Very, very true. By “Theirs more to life than brains and muscles dickhead!” I believe he meant “Smarts and strength aren’t everything!” which translates to “I think I’m stupid and weak so I’m very pissed off!” Lol.

      • Anonymous says:

        If people would realize they are stupid and weak perhaps they could then be motivated to change.I know I am both but the realization makes me want to work at it.

        • Jon says:

          That’s the smartest, most honest thing I’ve heard in a while. Cheers.

          • Anonymous says:

            As a general purpose in life I want to help humans be better.Unfortunately some people don’t want to accept hard truths.I love your website b/c even though it seems like you’re an asshole you really seem to care more about humans(hard truths are sometimes the best)than most people. What can I(or anyone)do to be so great?

          • Jon says:

            Good question, but I’m as flawed as everyone else; perhaps even more so. That said, I think you pretty much answered your own query. One effective avenue toward greatness is to acknowledge how little you ultimately know about anything. After that it becomes easier to see mankind for how full of shit we generally are. That realization becomes a secret strength. At that point it’s very much about using skepticism and hard truths to both reveal stupidity and encourage others to better themselves in this harsh, uncertain world. I believe that makes you a better person. And being a good person amid so much evil bullshit is, I think, an indication of true greatness; no easy task.

  4. Ben says:

    I was immediately appalled by Rick’s unintelligent use of ‘your’ in place of the proper contraction, but I excused it because most people can’t seem to get a handle on that one but when he uses ‘their’ in place of ‘there,’ I know that Rick only believes being smart isn’t everything, because he clearly lacks smarts. Akin to the way that I believe being fit and not an alcoholic isn’t everything, so I can justify my wanton lifestyle.

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