Friday, January 11, 2008


Been doing a lot of reading about ancient history, which inspired this really obscure Bugsport cartoon.... I'll see if anyone recognises what it refers to...

11 comments:

John said...

I know, get on with the story..

Thomas said...

I know, get on with the story..

Modified Masonic code, eh?

John said...

Still waiting..

macdac said...

macdacin the time it took you to do up the obscure thingie you could have done two or three panels of the story. really ted ????, on with the story.

Jeff said...

is the story all FUBARed?

Really hope we can get back to the story... last left off with a flying truck being uncrated by FUBAR, just in case you forgot.

John said...

Tick-Tock.....

Anonymous said...

Solidarity, Keep up the Support!

Hey there is a writers strike on right now...

John said...

Nice try. You're not one of those Writers strike. Get back to your drawing board, you lazy bum. :)

Gaaargh said...

Mithras?

http://www.ancientworlds.net/aw/Article/178604

"As for the degrees, each degree stood under the protection of a planet. Every degree had its specific clothes, colours and characteristic features. Of recognition passwords or signs nothing is known. The oldest data about the degrees are from the 2nd century A.D. Maybe seven degrees were known before that time, or maybe less, but nothing is certain about that. Some have thought that the number of the degrees was made seven because of the seven planets and celestial spheres. They found out that some degrees might be older than others: the Crow and the Lion might be the oldest degrees, because these animals appear next to Mithras in the myth of the killing of the Bull, in which they are his helpmates."

Ted Bastien said...

Yes, yes, and yes

Adam said...

With Ted's headdress, the strip could allude to the second section of the Third Degree. Do Ted and Don belong to the Alien Free & Accepted Rite of Freemasons? ;)