Aximili E I!

posted on Jul 18, 2011, 08 pm

My Comments:

psudonym, Jul 18, 2011, 05 pm

Evenin everyone! Another week, another guest spotlight! And what a bizarre one it is! I'm not sure if Question Duck's fallen into some bizarro world nightmare and then got stunned to fall into an even potentially weirder one down again. It's just so weird and I like it! Thanks go out to fellow Smackjeever Aximili E I! And you can go read about their bizarre world of appliances here at http://unplugged.thewebcomic.com/

Seriously though, Question Duck is gonna be fine! I mean, he survived an epic off screen dune buggy crash with barely a scratch on him! You think a little talkin coffee pot can do him in? Psht. Yeah right!

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Your Comments:

Cannetella, Jul 18, 2011, 08 pm

...O.O
Awww.
Poor Question Duck.

Aximili E I, Jul 18, 2011, 08 pm

I know what happened! Question Duck must be in the movie sequel Inception 2: Question Duck!

RandomNinjaGuy, Jul 18, 2011, 11 pm

BWOOOOOOOOOOOOONG

Curious (Guest), Jul 19, 2011, 05 am

Why does it seem that none of your guest artists understand that what makes your comic funny is that the questions are non sequiturs and that the only text is the question. Having an interaction ruins the comedy.

Free Glass (Guest), Jul 19, 2011, 10 pm

Oh, comon, Curious. I'd like to think at least *I* got it!

The_Hankerchief, Aug 16, 2011, 03 pm

I understood it...

Ishtar (Guest), Jul 02, 2014, 08 pm

It depends on how you define sound.

In terms of physics the potential energy in the falling tree is converted to kinetic energy, then released as a number of forces, one of which is the sound force. Thanks to the law of conservation of energy, none of these forces can be removed as we currently understand the universe.

Others however, have argued that since the observation of an event changes an event, it is the act of a receptor of some kind(human ears or a recording that is heard by humans) that qualifies the noise force as actual sound.

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