Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Natual News ComicSense User Created Dialog Winners
Mike Adams - Feb. 10, 2009
(NaturalNews) The winners of the CounterThink ComicSense user-generated dialog contest have been announced. This contest challenged NaturalNews readers to write character dialog for a CounterThink cartoon featuring aliens in a UFO overlooking planet Earth. You can view that cartoon here: http://www.naturalnews.com/025539.html
Readers were asked to submit dialog for the alien character in the cartoon. Responses ranged from commentary on global warming and politics to nuclear weapons and the failure of human civilization. Here are the winning dialog ideas submitted by users. (I was the judge of which quotes were the funniest...)
The Funniest ComicSense Quotes
Michael Phelps must be on his cross-country tour!
STOP FIRING! We will be fined by the Federation for damaging the Soylent Green Crop!
I'm so sorry, Zogelina. I know I promised you a relaxing cattle -mutilation get-away -- but would you settle for a soul-soothing nuclear holocaust instead?
- Ron Strauss
I didn't know processed foods caused this much gas!
- Elizabeth Donnelly
I knew we shouldn't have given them the Chem-Trail recipe in METRICS!!!
This isn't half as bad as their healthcare.
I think we can take off our masks Mr. President, no one is going to see us from here.
We probably shouldn't show them the particle accelerator free energy technology just yet...
Since the crop circles weren't working I decided to be a little more obvious and use smoke signals!
At least we know where NOT to land to collect decent life form samples.
Apparently, THAT'S what he meant by "change."
Intergalactic Real-Estate Agent: "Sure, it needs a little work but that's why it's such a bargain!"
- Wendie Webber CHT
Well, I guess the search for intelligent life goes on...
I told you these earthlings have the hotest chili in the galaxy.
"On second thought, let's try SOUTH America for our vacation!"
"Okay Ralph, you want to run your definition of "intelligent life" by me again?"
- Robert Pesavento
The lesson for today son is that population control works best in large doses.
We leave them unattended for a few centuries and look what happens!
And the search for 'intelligent life' continues...
source: Natural News