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How far has the net fallen I'm trying

2024-03-19 01:05:02.4635+01 by Dan Lyke 4 comments

How far has the net fallen? I'm trying to find an old comic, it was about mixing Christianity, and the punchline was on the order of "There's no wrong way to eat a Jesus™". It was of the era of Bob the Angry Flower, but I'm pretty sure was another comic.

Google, Bing, Stract and Marginalia are being of no help here.

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#Comment Re: How far has the net fallen I'm trying made: 2024-03-19 02:42:39.774397+01 by: markd

This one? https://web.archive.org/web/20...://goats.com/archive/980313.html

#Comment Re: How far has the net fallen I'm trying made: 2024-03-19 17:24:38.54083+01 by: Dan Lyke

Yes! Thanks also to Tara for finding it.

#Comment Re: How far has the net fallen I'm trying made: 2024-03-19 21:40:33.745455+01 by: markd

My steps were: * Google "There's no wrong way to eat a Jesus" webcomic early 2000s * Got three result pages - ohnorobot (http://www.ohnorobot.com/index.php?comic=24&s=jesus), an Everything2 link (!), and aa bash.org.json github gist. * The ohno robot had a dead link to a goats.com comic. Fed that into the wayback machine.

#Comment Re: How far has the net fallen I'm trying made: 2024-03-21 16:47:34.639767+01 by: Dan Lyke

Thanks. I need to get better with talking to machines. This morning I'm trying to get stuff out of GPT4 (or find a way to show to my colleagues who are enamored with LLMs that this is a dead-end), and I'm not having much luck getting results that are encouraging, and I'm sure it's how I'm asking.

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