I’m in for a shirt. Thanks for my next woot idea.
Makes as much sense as any other apocalypse. Why not?
Dude, I am so buying a “Doom Chicken 2023″ shirt!
Half the _gross_? Dude, she’s ripping you off. Unless you can find some knickknack with over 100% markoff, you’ll be losing money with every sale.
We totally need to make this a thing. Let’s do it internet! Time for some good out fashion screwing with the old media! Who’s with me?
“Gallinaceus”… if that’s from “Gallus”, then it’s Latin in origin, not Greek.
But I’m sure we all knew that.
If this comic lasts until 2023, I count on this plot point to return!
2023 is waaaaayyy too optimistic a date for the next apocalypse prediction.
Ronald Weinland has already predicted the end of the world (for the third time), this time for May 19th, 2013. See “List of dates predicted for apocalyptic events” on Wikipedia.
KFC has never made so much sense.
Emma. I love Emma. Please don’t take Emma out of this comic.
Chicken Fairy in the sky/Ol’ Mother Goose’s butterfly…
–from the KDKA radio morning show of the late 1970s
Okay Aaron. Make that shirt, and I will buy it.
“I kind of feel bad for my species lately.” Would that be the species of wireless webcams with built-in speakers? (Yeah, I know we’ve been TOLD Shawn is a human being, but I have yet to see any evidence to back up that claim.)
Well, the office did buy him a cake for his going away party. That probably counts as evidence.
A cake is nothing but a pile of carbohydrates (i.e., chemical energy). With the right technology (probably some kind of fuel cell), it shouldn’t be difficult to convert the cake into electricity and use it to charge Shawn’s batteries.
It is the Great Bird of the Galaxy!!
To those of you who have no idea what I am talking about, look up the Star Trek New Frontier series of books.
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