Are you ready? Here comes the longest and (in my opinion) most entertaining story in the weekly collegiate run of Absurd Notions. I rode those creaky old elevators in the dorms every day; finding inspiration there was inevitable. Cliché? Yes. But humor isn't in what you do, it's in how you do it....
Aren't they cute? A lot of people thought this was a reference to Monty Python and the Quest for the Holy Grail (from the crowd of extras on a hill yelling "Get on with it!"), but, remarkably enough, I hadn't seen it yet.
The only gaming strip in the original Absurd Notions. Who knew it would lead to so much? Here, Biff learns that imagination alone is not enough... especially in a dungeon that was designed with practically none at all.
Sometimes I wish I could let myself remove certain strips so you would never know they existed. This strip demonstrates why I avoid topical political gags in the current Absurd Notions. Yes, back in 1992, a choice between Dan Quayle and Jesse Jackson was the worst possible election nightmare I could think of. How was I supposed to know?
There simply was not enough housing at TSC. Every year there was a housing lottery to see who would be allowed to stay on campus. A big random list of all students applying for on-campus housing would be posted in the student center, and if you were above the line, you got a room. Second and third cutoff lines would be drawn further down the list as the number of available rooms were re-estimated. I was always lucky enough.