Comic 122 - Kim Jong Illness

3rd Apr 2015, 9:47 AM
Kim Jong Illness
Average Rating: 4.9 (10 votes)
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DizzasterJuice 3rd Apr 2015, 9:47 AM edit delete
Ceci is a character from Datachasers but she volunteered to help poor Bidi get out of the game for us. Thanks Ceci!

North Korean television is only on for six and a half hours every day and 2/3's of it is praising the glorious leader. The other 1/3 is BBC shows like Dr. Who and Teletubbies.
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SquallLion 3rd Apr 2015, 10:49 AM edit delete reply
North Korea, teletubies... 5/5!
DizzasterJuice 4th Apr 2015, 8:57 AM edit delete reply
Telechubbies are the North Korean weaponized version of Teletubbies. :)
Miaubol 3rd Apr 2015, 12:11 PM edit delete reply
Nooooo not the People's Republic of Telechubbies! D:

But yes, at least she's ready to leave, there's a chance here now. :D
DizzasterJuice 4th Apr 2015, 8:58 AM edit delete reply
She can't leave yet with all those diseases running loose.
oldarmourer 3rd Apr 2015, 12:46 PM edit delete reply
tubbies look a little too colourful for NKorea

you missed a chance ;)

DizzasterJuice 4th Apr 2015, 8:59 AM edit delete reply
That's like Nightmare on Teletubbie Street.
Guest 3rd Apr 2015, 5:15 PM edit delete reply
What happened to the scimitar Bidi lofted from Leuko?
DizzasterJuice 4th Apr 2015, 9:02 AM edit delete reply
In most video games stuff in your inventory doesn't show unless you have it equipped. That's always puzzled me too.
Centcomm 3rd Apr 2015, 8:32 PM edit delete reply
YAY Ceci!! - I was sitting here laughing my butt off at this one :D excellent page! :D
DizzasterJuice 4th Apr 2015, 9:03 AM edit delete reply
I have a bad feeling that Bidi might not follow her directions very well.
jamie59 3rd Apr 2015, 10:02 PM edit delete reply
Cici those attributes aren’t of interest to Bidi. But the plasma caster in your hand, well that might get her wet.
DizzasterJuice 4th Apr 2015, 9:05 AM edit delete reply
The girl has her priorities.
jerrie 4th Apr 2015, 3:54 AM edit delete reply
this is just too funny! I can't stop laughing at the tele tubby germs
DizzasterJuice 4th Apr 2015, 9:06 AM edit delete reply
And of course the s.t.d. has a dildo on his head. lol
Guest 4th Apr 2015, 5:19 PM edit delete reply
Besides being a carrier of the zombie virus, is she also a carrier of the telechubbies?
MaiLyng 4th Apr 2015, 9:19 PM edit delete reply
You gave Bidi a laser blaster? Ouch!
Draginbeard 4th Apr 2015, 10:21 PM edit delete reply
LOL this page is 10 kinds of great!
Quieteyes 5th Apr 2015, 6:27 AM edit delete reply
I disagree with your assignment of levels for the various viruses.

I had Encephalitis when I was about 5 and it's the only time I've been hospitalized (not that they could really do anything about it). I figured having fluid on my brain at a young age really explained a lot.

I was older but still a kid when my sister and I got the Measles. We stayed at home for that. (hmm. Now that I think of it, that might have been Chicken Pox...I honestly don't remember which).

I tend to get the Flu (A.K.A. Influenza) once a year. I take over-the-counter medication for it and I get over it in a week or so. Of course I know my WWI history enough to know it can be a VERY deadly killer. Most forms today are not.

Never had syphilis (thank God!), so I don't know anything about having it.

Anyway, that's my experience with these.
Guest 5th Apr 2015, 7:49 AM edit delete reply
Encephalitis isn't a virus. It's a condition where the brain is inflamed: En- inside, -ceph- head, itis- inflammation. The most common cause is a viral infection but encephalitis isn't a virus itself.

And syphilis is a STD caused by bacterial infection, not a virus.
Aegil 6th Apr 2015, 11:39 AM edit delete reply
World wide influenza contributes to the death of between 250,000 and 500,000 people a year. For the last 30 years it has ranged from a low of 3,900 to a high of 49,000 deaths in the US. Don't underestimate influenza's potential lethality.
Guest 6th Apr 2015, 9:22 PM edit delete reply
Those are still very small percentages when put in context with a world population of over 7.2 billion and a U.S. population over 320 million.
Aegil 6th Apr 2015, 9:47 PM edit delete reply
The percentage goes up when you consider the large portions of the US and world population that are vaccinated. These are only the fatalities. A larger number will have been hospitalized due to complications and recovered. It is not a disease to be disregarded as a minor inconvenience.
Coolhand77 5th Apr 2015, 10:03 PM edit delete reply
Syph...that might explain a little of Bidi's madness...
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