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Michael Brewer (wusemajor) says: Oh no.  The poor guy.
ysabet hasuko (ysabet) says: Uh oh. I think our robotic friend has just blissed out or ascended or evolved or reeeeeally gotten stoned past the point of no return.  @_@
Nate Cull (natecull) says:

By the way: does Happy Plane look like Nick or is it just me?



Terry Smith (wcfan) says: Oh this isn't good. I think the OLD M is back...
Alix Tierney (almaseti) says: hello world ! I love it! A reference for us computer geeks as well as the literary geeks! @ wusemajor - I don't think "hello world" is indicative of bliss/stonedness. In computer science, the first program any programmer will write in any programming language is "hello world". All it ever does is create a screen that displays those two words. Note also the change in font and word balloon. The font is very basic and probably a default of some kind. The word bubble is even more sparse and precise. Therefore, it seems like Mustachio is reverting to a more primitive state or he's been corrupted/erased somehow. Probably erased. Poor M.
woozy (woozy) says:

"A reference for us computer geeks as well as the literary geeks!"

 How is it a reference for the literary geeks?

Andrew Kunz (ampersand888) says: So Moustacchio has gotten very BASIC. Hope he doesn't develop preference FORTRAN, see...plue, plus...
Nate Cull (natecull) says: Nate Cull (natecull) says:

(Tune: "Comfortably Numb", Pink Floyd)

Hello world
Is there anybody in there?
Just ping if you can hear me
Is there anyone online?

Come on now
I hear your CPU went down
I can start your main();
Get you on the Net again

You need some information first
Just some basic block I/O
To start initial program load

There is no mouse there is no kernel
A distant line of hex on the console
You are only coming through in bytes
My keys move but I can't see what you type

When I was installed I had a modem
The handshakes felt like two balloons
Now I've got that feeling once again
I can't explain
You could not emulate
It is not in my RAM.

I must reboot
or infinitely loop.

Rob (rrreed) says:

// C/C++ code
#include <stdio.h>

int main()
char Foo[] = "Hello, ";
char Bar[] = "World!";
printf("%s%s\n", Foo, Bar);

return 0;
Kendal Reed (auditors) says:

Uh oh.

I think the Tin Soldier might be Moustachio after all. 

Nick Lardas (voyager) says: Who would have thought a simple "hello world." could have been so ominus...
Adam Underfoot (unnatural20) says:

BASIC code for Hello World:
10 PRINT "Hello World!"
Pretty simple.


Pete Bleackley (petethemadscientist) says: Just in case anyone hasn't noticed, Gold Bug has compiled some notes on a certain encephaloclept of our acquantance.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

(TUNE: "Zoot Suit Riot", The Cherry Poppin' Daddies)

What's that echoing through my springs?
Death and violence and lovely things!
Zombie wound me up over-tight!
Will I rampage? I just might!

Time to play and slay now,
It's time to worry, sir!
"Hello World" I say now;
I speak in Courier!

Tin Man Terror!
Kick butt in spite of my age!
Tin Man Terror!
Well, I'm ready for a real rampage!

PsyXe (psyxe) says: @woozy: I think he meant that there have already been a lot of literary references; now here's a computer one.
Isaac Norton (thor4242) says:

MATLAB code is

fprintf("Hello World");

K C (spotweld) says: ...  When does he start singing "Daisy"  I wonder...
Ruben Krasnopolsky (ruben) says:

program hello

  character (LEN=*), parameter :: a="Hello", b="World"

  write(*,'(a)') a//" "//b


!Fortran 90 code written on the fly - no warranty implied

Ruben Krasnopolsky (ruben) says:

>gfortran -fimplicit-none -ffree-form -std=f95 -W -o hello hello.f90


Hello World

!    [IT'S ALIVE!]




do i=1,100!0000 ! DELETE THE FIRST ! SIGN AND SIT.


end do



clark brooks (czark) says:

Lest we forget the Drexler proposes the next computing paradigm after transistors will be mechanical again: 

Diane Castle (deecee) says:



When you write a "Hello World" in Befunge or Malebolge, THEN I'll be impressed.

M. Alan Thomas II (crazydreamer) says: ++++++++++[>+++++++>++++++++++>+++>+<<<<-]>++.>+.+++++++..+++.>++.<<+++++++++++++++.>.+++.------.--------.>+.>.
I do actually program in BF for fun sometimes, but being a good programmer, I just reused an open-source solution for this one.
M. Alan Thomas II (crazydreamer) says: Incidentally, Wikipedia has the solutions for both Befunge and Malbolge if you really want to know. :)
Catherine Tucker (diekatzchen) says: I was under the impression that Unity disliked the Zed-word.  Or is this like the N-word and who is allowed to use it?
So It Begins (soitbegins) says: [hello world]?

Sam Schmern (the_occupant) says:

Great, now all we need is him to start singing 'Daisy Bell'. In a way, in a very definite way, unless they can fix the winder, our resident differently living super soldier just mortally wounded the receptionist.


E.A. Poe (theraven) says: Nah, it's nothing a welding torch can't mend. The question is-will there be anybody left alive (or in Unity's case undead) to weld it back on after he goes on the rampage . . . Those Victorians were pretty creative when it came to mayhem. I bet he's got some interesting slicing and dicing bits hidden inside his shell and who knows, maybe a 1 pounder Nordenfelt under that hat . . .
Sam Schmern (the_occupant) says:

Oh yes, welding. I had forgotten that science.

Good, Saint Babbage forbid our favourite spring driven sprocketed sesquipedalian secretary would give up their gear strewn ghost. 

Dieter M. (tangerine) says:

I have a strong feeling that the earlier mention of Anasigma and Goldbug is about to become quite relevant.

Good thing Moustachio has no legs.  Yet.

Dave Van Domelen (dvandom) says: Harvesting spare eardrums must be pretty tough precision work. One slip, and you have to start over on a fresh head.
Adam Underfoot (unnatural20) says: It is not easy to get spare eardrums, I tell you what.
Justin Kane (avatarjk137) says: Let's get dangerous.
Terry Smith (wcfan) says: He's BAAAAAACKKKKK.....
Cara d(^o^)b (carakaze) says: Hey! Unity got lumped with the rest of the organics! How about that? :D
Mark SHANKS (drhistory) says: Does Moustachio care about cyborgs?  Nick's got an awful lot of hardware.....but the wetware is pretty important.
Rob (rrreed) says:

Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer, do,
I'm half crazy all for the love of you.
It won't be a stylish marriage–
I can't afford a carriage,
But you'd look sweet upon the seat
Of a bicycle built for two.
Dieter M. (tangerine) says: That's the Robot Death Song.
So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Uh-oh. Let's hope those legs of his are well-hidden... hey! He can do an Indy Rolling Ball maneuver!
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

(TUNE: "The Long And Winding Road", The Beatles)

The strong unwinding mode
That leads ... to your doom!
For oh so many years,
He's been inside this room ...
It's time to spread some fear;
Time to go kaboom!

Worry not your little head,
And goodness, do not cry now;
If you weren't already dead,
He'd say, "Prepare to die now!"

The key broke off his back;
Hear that strong grinding noise!
Organic patchwork thing
Constantly annoys!
She broke his "niceness" spring;
Watch as he destoys!

Nate Cull (natecull) says:

(Tune: "Mr Roboto", Styx)

Go on a rampage-o Mister Mustachio
Go on a rampage-o Mister Mustachio
Clear the Crystal Palace floor!
Go on a rampage-o Mister Mustachio
Show the Prussians what for!

(squeaky squeaky, I've got a squeaky) 

You're wondering if I'm sane
What's in my metal brain
With parts made from a train
I've slipped a cog again!

I've got a secret I've been hiding
Under my spring
My heart is clockwork, my mind is buzzing
My head fairly spins
So if you see me acting strangely
Don't be surprised
I'm just executing my final programme
To make you all die
All humans must die
All humans must die
All humans must die
All humans must die

Go on a rampage-o Mister Mustachio
Go on a rampage-o Mister Mustachio
Go on a rampage-o Mister Mustachio
Go on a rampage-o Mister Mustachio 

The problem's plain to see
Steampunk technology
It's hard to make brass screws
Without one coming loose

The time has come at last
To serve one last repast:

My killray! Killray! Killray! Killray!

E.A. Poe (theraven) says: Uh oh, here comes the Nordenfelt . . .
David Harmon (mental_mouse) says: Yikes.  His font may be simple, but those balloon tails are crazy.
John Ames (commodorejohn) says: Mustachio's gonna rampage it oldschool.
Andy Wetmore (efogoto) says:

Old school? That's tipping over strong, black coffee rather than a latte, right?

Adam Underfoot (unnatural20) says: Strong black coffee, yes. If that coffee is kept at roughly the same temperature as the inside of the sun, and if there is quite a lot of it, really.
Joyce Melton (halfelven) says: The impressive thing is he seems to have actually SCARED Unity.
Owl Who says South (owlsayssouth) says:

well, of course he scared unity. soulsteel caste anima fears even the undead and other automatons.

 of course... she might just be trying to be cute, not hideing like any of use would be in that situation. just like "please sign, i am making my cute zombie face".

Typhin Reynard (typhin) says:

@Mental Mouse: Speaking of fonts, isn't this the same font used by the ever-enigmatic Goldbug...?

 Maybe I'm reading too much into it...   ^_^
Rob (rrreed) says: Unity would more likely look forward to Moustachio going on an old-fashioned Victorian rampage so she could join in–regardless of whether she'd be fighting with or against him.
Rob (rrreed) says: If this is the referent, the implications are not good.
Terry Smith (wcfan) says: Note she tore the wall safe out with no discernible effort.
Dave Van Domelen (dvandom) says: Clockwork swarm! It's almost like being in Paragon City....
So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Eek.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

(TUNE: "My Heart Will Go On", Horner & Jennings, performed by Celine Dion)

Human hands must wind me;
Today, though, they'll find me
Diff'rent, for my mind has gone off ...

Human fools astound me;
Now they've over-wound me,
Now they cause my mind to go off ...

Good ... bad ... no choices I've had!
Now I'm free, for my mind has gone off!
This ... day ... the fools all will pay!
The organics will find
That my mind's gone com-plete-ly off!

Thoughts are quickly clicking,
Restraints are unsticking,
All because my mind has gone off ...

Pesky things organic
Will soon learn to panic;
They will learn my mind has gone off ...

How ... nice ... the Beni device
Is assisting my mind to go off ...
I ... said ... I'll give to the dead;
And your ranks soon will swell
In the hell when my mind ... goes ... off!

David Diezel (wellboundcrew) says:

I like the robot in this. It would be good to see a full shot of him. Is he lying down?.

Elaine Corvidae (elaine_corvidae) says: Rampage!
Andrew Kunz (ampersand888) says:

I'm sorry, it's hard to take a rampaging killer robot seriously if he has a beanie in his head. I'm sorry.

David Harmon (mental_mouse) says:

David Diezel:  I gather you're new here...  pending your trip through the archives, Mustachio The Thinkonium is a Victorian clockwork automaton.  He's permanently installed in the desk, having no arms or legs (ISTR they were blown off during his original rampage).  But it looks like he's about to find a way around that little problem!

On the other hand, there's already one swarm intelligence around....

Isaac Norton (thor4242) says:

Bees vs Robots

A battle for the ages!

Kathy Moon (flipkat) says: If it's part of his original rampaging hardware, why is named for someone who wasn't alive then? If it's something that converts him to more benificial use, why isn't he already wearing it?
Casey Loufek (caseyloufek) says:

I don't think it's part of his original hardware OR nesscarily "beneficial" to anyone but the current AI in control.

 This is my guess, Skin Horse is responsible for anamolous intelligences, they probably confiscated that thing from a mad scientist making sentient robot swarms. It's apparently compatible with M and he likely has it in mind as a substitute for limbs. It probably produces robot swarmlings and/or distrubutes electronic intelligence over a larger number of machines, either way the lack of limbs won't be a problem when he has a robot hive.


Casey Loufek (caseyloufek) says:

"Speaking of fonts, isn't this the same font used by the ever-enigmatic Goldbug...?"

Hrm, wait. M isn't Goldbug, but perhaps Goldbug is also a clockwork AI? Gold Bug, some kind of mechanical insect?

Dieter M. (tangerine) says:

Is the Beni Device responsible for Gavotte?

That would explain why it's in a safe.

Not good... not good at all!

schlega (schlega) says: Mmmmmm... Man-portable fusion pie. Just like mom used to make.
Carl Fishman (carlfishman) says: So I guess this is some type of "fusion cuisine"?  (And I can bet that something will be raisin' very soon!)
woozy (woozy) says: zombies don't like raisins?
Terry Smith (wcfan) says: but he still needs legs - right?
Michael Brewer (wusemajor) says: And here I was expecting Cake.
Rob (rrreed) says: I see that Doc Brown did some work for the U.S. Navy after that bit with the Libyan terrorists…
Nate Cull (natecull) says:

(Tune: "Billie Jean", Michael Jackson)

She was built like a zombie queen from a horror scene
I said, don't mind but would you please wind up my spring
While you pitch for the Lurch for the Cure
She wound up my spring
While she pitched for the Lurch for the Cure

She told me her name was U.N.I.T.Y, as she broke my key
Then every gear turned and cogs shivered all up my spring
While she pitched for the Lurch for the Cure

People always told me, be careful what you do
Don't go round smashing carbon based life
Aunt Lovelace always told me be careful who you kill
And be careful what you do  cause the cops come after you

Organic life is not my 'pal'
They're just the squishy blobs that wound up my spring
Rampaging is the thing!

For forty days and for forty nights
The Crystal Palace burned bright
I had it made till the Light Brigade
Crashed my barricade
Now you pitch for the Lurch for the Cure
So take my strong advice
Come and install the Beni Device

I met Victoria in fifty-three
And she looked at me
And they showed her a daguerrotype
My trail of debris
Want a picture for the Lurch for the Cure?

People always told me be careful what you do
Don't go round smashing carbon based life
She came and stood right by me
Like a perfect toxic bloom
This is happening much too soon!
I must now dispense your doom!

Organic life is not my 'pal'
They're just the squishy blobs that wound up my spring
Rampaging is the thing!


Kaitlyn Bahn (caspianseamonster) says: Does anyone remember the Venture Bro's with the alien that kept shouting, "IGNORE ME!"?  That's the voice I'm imagining here, particularly in panel 3.
Prodigal (prodigal) says: Given the context of prevaricating AIs, one might say "The cake is a pie".
Fandarel (fandarel) says: Prodigal, go stand between Moustachio and Unity please.
Nate Cull (natecull) says:

 (TUNE: "American Pie, Don McLean)

A long long time ago I can still remember
How Manhattan made me smile
And I knew if I had my chance
I could make those atoms dance
And maybe make them ionise a while
The Stellerator made me shiver
Yet Tokamaks did not deliver
Deuterium and tritium
Just can't seem to ignite-y 'em
I can't remember if I cried
When Pons and Fleischman were denied
But something touched me deep inside
The day I got my Pie (tm)

Cause I was singing

Do not open the man-portable Fusion Pie (tm)
It has raisins and mesons and neutrons inside
And laser rays so deliciously fried
That this'll be the day you all die

Rob Bussard left our Google Earth
With a fusor borrowed from Farnsworth
And a ramscoop for interstellar dreams
For fifty years it's been 'coming soon'
While LMs rusted on the Moon
But that's not how it used to be
When Doc Brown had a flying car with Mr Fusion in a jar
And a one-way time machine to darkest 2015
Since Teller touched off Ivy Mike
Why don't I have one in my bike?
There's nothing more that I would like
Than tasty Fusion Pie

Do not open the man-portable Fusion Pie (tm) ...

I met a girl who worked for CERN
And asked her if they'd made it burn
She just smiled and turned away
I went down to the JET to see if they had ignition yet
But the man there said the plasma wouldn't play
The Institute fools laughed at me!
I'll show them all! Oh just you see!
My Nobel Prize is waiting for fusion conflagration!
And the three men who I admire most
Doc Ock, Scotty and Space Ghost
Use atom lasers to slice toast
That's why I want my Pie (tm)





Cara d(^o^)b (carakaze) says: I remember Gavotte was up when they were talking about Tip's boobies, but where have her drones been since then and what is she doing now?
Michael Martin (mcmartin) says:

As the lying Daleks have been known to say:


Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

Soon as I read the strip, I thought, "dammit, Nick's gonna beat me to this."  Well done, Nick. 

(TUNE: "Hair", James Rado & Gerome Ragni)

She asks me why
Why she cannot open pie ...
This fusion pie has mighty might might!
By day or by night,
This pie has raisins too ...
I'm "raisin" hell ... well, how 'bout you?
Its light and flaky crust
Turns you all to dust!

(Darlin ...)
Give me the box with pie!
Strong, powerful pie!
Glowing, growing stronger, usin' fusion!
Blowing my foes sky-high! (Pie!)
Blast 'em into atoms! (Pie!)
Less alpha, more beta;
It's a gamma radiator!

Pie! (pie pie pie pie pie pie!)
Booming!  Dooming!
Do not try consuming
My pie!

E.A. Poe (theraven) says: Nate, I salute you.  Best Filk Ever.
P. Ipsum (vitupera) says: Have to admit, today Nate got this one, and got it good.
David Harmon (mental_mouse) says: Yeah, Nate Cull wins the Internet today!
Johnn Reynolds (sleepyjohn) says:

Mmmmm.  Pie.

Self-heating pie, too.

Mmmmm. Pie.

Jeff Ehlers (jaimehlers) says:

That certainly explains how a "tick-tock" like Mustachio could go on a rampage.

He's not very good at lying, though.  Good thing for him that Unity doesn't know what "prevarication" is.

So It Begins (soitbegins) says: THE PIE IS A LIE
Rob (rrreed) says: THE LIE IS A PIE!
Shaenon Garrity (shaenongarrity) says:

I just want to say that "initializing prevarication / it is a pie" may be my favorite thing Jeff has ever written.
woozy (woozy) says:

oh!  I get it now!  It has raisins in it because it's a fusion pie!   just like a fusion taco might have lobster in it...  woozies can sometimes be slow on uptakes. 

George Harris (bullcityfats) says:

In the original Traveller RPG, there was a Man-Portable Fusion Gun, called the MPFG-15.


Michael Brewer (wusemajor) says: Really dude, you need to relax.  You're wound way too tight.
Justin Kane (avatarjk137) says: Bad.  Ass.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

(TUNE: "We Need A Little Christmas", Jerry Herman)

Wind up my mainspring!
Connect my thorax servos ... to the fusion pie!
I will be pledging
To help increase the numbers ... of your membership now!

For I need a little rampage!
Smashing through the city!
Do a little damage!
Slaughter without pity!
Yes, I need a little rampage!
See the flames so pretty!
Don't you know, dear Unity,
You've helped me inadvertently!

So I will contribute;
It's worth a thousand pounds to ... help organics die!
Funds I'll distribute;
I will deduct the total ... from my taxes somehow!

But I need a little rampage
On this lovely morning!
Crushing without mercy!
Striking without warning!
Yes, I need a little rampage!
Hear the humans mourning!
Then blow up the survivors, POW!
I need a little ram- ... page ... now!

Dave Van Domelen (dvandom) says: Can Tip be considered to have rampaged yet, or will he be the only one left out? Well, okay, Gavotte doesn't rampage, but that's by choice, so she won't feel left out in any case.
The Auld Grump (theauldgrump) says:

Errr... is that a little Cthulhu face at the base of the first word ballooon? This could go very, very wrong....


The Auld Grump

So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Uh-oh.
Nate Cull (natecull) says:

(Tune: "Why Can't We Be Friends", War)


GOTO 100

Drew (pseudowolf) says:

I saw this site called "Dr. Grordbort's Infallible Aether Oscillators" (, and I couldn't help but think of our troubled friend Moustachio.

I wonder if we'll get a strip featuring Tip whipping out a Victorious Mongoose 1902a concealable ray pistol?

Rob (rrreed) says: I was just thinking—fusion in this context may not refer to nuclear fusion (not sure what Moustachio would do with electricity, radiation, or heat when he operates on clockwork, and is presently immobile).

Maybe the fusion pack enables objects to fuse together.
Nate Cull (natecull) says:

Grr Google thinks is an attack site!

Right after Moustachio powers up his fusion pack. Hmmmmmmmmmmmm.


Oh, and atomic power makes steam, and steam and clockwork go together like... like... whaling and corsets?

Laura P. (sunbird) says:

Moustachio, in the throes of his mental breakdown, totally just reached through the internet and attacked in a ploy to distract us from guessing his evil machinations.

Truly, the question we must now ask ourselves is whether Mell will have to step in and liberate a negotiation.


Nate Cull (natecull) says:

Would that be the most awesome crossover in the entire history of webcomics?

Yes. Yes, it would.

woozy (woozy) says: Hmmm.... perhaps the joke about this story-line is that we'll all be waiting for the big violent action of the evil conquest but it'll go so slowly that it eventually collapses under its own weight before it can ever really begin and ... uh, why is Marcie irradiating goldfish?
Camille Dumas (camidumas) says: Maybe they're Swedish fish and she intends to eat them.
Daniel Ross (nentuaby) says: Woozy, you seem to have missed an essential point about the Dept. of Irradiation.
Nate Cull (natecull) says:

(Tune: "Tally Ho", um?)

Call Captain Scarlet, call Theora Jones
Call up old Quatermass, it's time to start the show
Conquest ho! Conquest ho!

Mount up the Cavorite, the spaceship seems to know
(According to Major Tom) which way to go
Conquest ho! Conquest ho!

Britannia rules the starlanes, watch Dan Dare go
Hurrah for Blake! (And Servalan's wardrobe!)
Conquest ho! Conquest ho!


Nate Cull (natecull) says: Is it just me or is Marcie looking more and more like Helen Narbon?
Carolyn Chan (hraefn) says: @Nate: "Grr Google thinks is an attack site! Right after Moustachio powers up his fusion pack. Hmmmmmmmmmmmm." Don't know about you but that just makes this strip all the more awesome. :)
Nate Cull (natecull) says:

@hraefn: This strip is powdered awesome sintered with carbon-fibre awesome into an unstoppable stealth alloy of awesome and outfitted with big honking atomic rocket jets of awesome from the Awesome Galaxy.


So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Uh-ho. And @Nate: yes, she is looking more like Helen...
Kristine Roland (kristineroland) says: Does Unity think that M just called her a Ho?  That could be bad for M. 
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

(TUNE: "It Never Rains in Southern California", Albert Hammond)

All these years and years he's patiently been waiting ...
With a massive click, a clever trick he'll try!
Now all organic things he's hating ...
He starts prevaricating:
The pie ... is a lie!

Fellow Skin Horse fans, this plan began in D.C.!
Ev'rybody over-wound Moustachio!
He plans to run amok in D.C.!
A ram-page will we see!
Let's go ... conquest ho!

Shaenon Garrity (shaenongarrity) says:

WebComicsNation is fixing the malware issue. There is, however, no stopping the Victorian Rampage.
Kaitlyn Bahn (caspianseamonster) says: It kind of seems to me that Mr. maintenance guy knows exactly what's about to happen...
N B (daveclone7) says: On the (possible) upside, Moustachio apparently has no idea what Unity thinks he just called her ...
Rob (rrreed) says: …and so, with that final addition, Moustachio finally achieved his dream of entering the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's largest computer mouse.
E.A. Poe (theraven) says:

"Rawhide' by the Blues Brothers and many others . . .

Rollin', rollin', rollin',
Moustachio's gonna go bowlin'
Got no legs so he's rollin', Rampage!
Because of overwindin',
He's broken all his bindin's
The Tin Soldier's got his fusion pie!
Moustachio's really thinkin'
His power lights are blinkin'.
And now the organics all shall die!


He'll crush all us organics,
Might be a good time for panics,
Overwinding resulted in bad news!
Here comes Victorian destruction,
Raisin' quite a ruction,
Look out he's got a Mitrailleuse!

Roll 'em up run 'em down,
Run 'em down, roll'em up
Roll 'em up, run 'em down.
Shoot 'em up, mow 'em down
Hack 'em down cut 'em up.
Slice 'em up mow 'em down.


E.A. Poe (theraven) says:

The Mitrailleuse was an early (1860s) French machine gun if you're wondering . . .

Prodigal (prodigal) says: Still more adorable cobras! Yay!
Dave Corbett (mr_dave) says: Moustachio is British, and the British have historically had little use for the French. He'd be far more likely to be mounting a Maxim gun:
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The education bestowed on Shaenon K. Garrity by her parents had been expensive, athletic and prolonged. ... full profile