Submarineon November 3, 2014 at 6:00 am
I’ve walked through a few submarines in my life, and the takeaway is always the same thing, “it’s cramped.” I guess I shouldn’t find that too shocking, given that they are gigantic tubes built to be deep underwater.
But I want to hear about someone who lives in an AIRPLANE. A nice jet with a bedroom, a kitchen, and maybe a deck to let your feet dangle. Yup, just move the family into a nice home that hurtles through the sky at 300 miles per hour.
Everything I’ve seen about Air Force One suggests this is the case (“Everything” being the movie Air Force One). It must be surreal to be walking around an airplane, doing business, having meetings, maybe taking a nap in the master bedroom. I feel like I would forget that I was in a giant metal vehicle at 30,000 feet and try to step outside to walk the dog. Sorry America! The Vice President would be pretty pumped about it, though.
They’ll have company: there are about 50 different submarines that have sunk over the last century, enough ghost submarines to cover the entire eastern seaboard.
Wait, I confused this with Chainsawsuit, where the comments are supposed to be elegant and witty. My bad.
Heh, submarine pirate ghost captain.
Oooooh! Vestigial sinus cavities!
This is so deep.
I like this comic, but I think there should be, at the least, some fish swimming around in the last panel, to suggest how their flesh has disappeared. Could you add some fish?
I suppose this is why environmental scientists can’t drive submarines
Did they dieded?
1. Captain! Our submarine is sinking!
2. Don’t change the subject! I’m sooo gonna win this staring contest!
-Haha, almost got you.
you need to put the hole in the FRONT and the Kursk numbers on it!
Lotsa time now to pimp their Davey Jones locker…