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It's not about the taste.  It's about how it fucks you up.  That's a slogan.

The world's secret masters sample the home brew, and find that it tastes like pain.

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colin said...

Sometimes, I can be a little obscure. Fnord.

7/20/2004 9:31 PM  
Anonymous said...

Krep isn't even a liquid, apparently. I love it.

7/21/2004 6:07 AM  
Anonymous said...

I can relate to those secret world propriater guys, as I've gotten so krep off some Krep beer last weekend. Assasinine assassinates again.


7/21/2004 6:10 AM  
Anonymous said...

you should start a small business on the side selling krep!
hell id buy it

7/21/2004 6:20 AM  
Anonymous said...


7/21/2004 6:23 AM  
Anonymous said...

Hmmm...Ninja vs. Pirate vs. Illuminated Pretheren vs. Alien vs. Preditor vs. Super Mario...

Sounds like Big trouble...

7/21/2004 6:39 AM  
Anonymous said...

Love it. Those two faces are classic. Everything is just that much funnier when its coming from those faces.

7/21/2004 11:58 AM  
Anonymous said...

So....the world's beer tasting competitions are run by the Illuminati? What next, they're going to take over the government?

7/22/2004 8:07 AM  
Anonymous said...


I love the Kr-r-r-rep storyline. This strip is one of the funniest I've ever seen. I just found out I'm losing my job, but reading this strip makes me crack up everytime I read it anyway. Maybe I'll go into brewing?

Rock Steady

7/23/2004 9:45 AM  
Anonymous said...

that symbol in front of the bavarians isn't of the illuminati.. it's off the dolla-dolla-bill. (The base of the pyramid has 1776 in roman#s on it, the eye represents the unattainable perfection of god, and the pyramid that never reaches it symbolizes continually adding to the foundations towards perfection.) Because this is undoubtably a perfect analogy for k-r-r-r-rep (minus the 1776 shit), one can wonder if the bavarians judges knew they were coming. ...but not as much as one wonders what ELSE is in k-r-r-ep besides coriander to hold it in-cup even when overturned. ^_-


7/23/2004 11:00 AM  
colin said...

Dude, that's just what the Illuminati WANT you to think. Google Image Search "Illuminati" and see what you get. Smarty pants.

7/23/2004 1:01 PM  
Anonymous said...

Didn't you know we put gelatin and granulated opium in Krep?

7/23/2004 1:51 PM  
Anonymous said...

So I suppose this comes down to symantics. Yes, the eye&pyramid has been a masonic symbol. You can tell that IS the dollar bill's one ("annuit coeptis", "novis ordo seclorum", and that particular eye and pyramid are not. It is adopted culture, but not the original, just like our national anthem (& many others) is an old british drinking song.

as you can clearly read on this site, most the people who write about the illuminati are morons: Ever see your local mason lodge lately? The buildings are decaying and all the members need depends. Not even the mr. burns kind of old, the grandpa simpson kind. There was even a political party once upon a time, dedicated to undermining the masons (anti-masonic), and they've all gone home satisfied years ago. Want the real symbol of the real illuminati? it's bush's smiling face as he photo-ops while cheney and the other puppetteers indulge in as much secretive and illegal policy as they enjoy to.
Of course, that doesn't fit well on a beer judge's table..


yeah yeah, that's what they STILL want me to think.. i'm more worried about the clear and present one.

7/24/2004 12:50 PM  
Anonymous said...

The real question is...
Is Kr-r-r-ep low-carb or not?

7/25/2004 7:59 AM  
Anonymous said...

Shut up nerd city!

7/25/2004 11:33 AM  
Anonymous said...

smartyme smells!

7/25/2004 2:43 PM  
Anonymous said...

Krep can't be low carb because low carb beer is for people with vaginas. Lower the carbs means less sugar which follows as a low ABV rating. If anything beer should contain more carbs.

7/26/2004 7:01 AM  
Anonymous said...

gomen, didn't know there were so many illuminati fans here. The RPG was fun way back when, if that's any consolation... the card game wasn't so hot.

On an aside, I passed a tea stand at a fair yesterday and all but doubletook when i saw these festering brown bottles of green tea, very kreppish looking ^^

Someone should make a fake beer-bottle label for krep~


7/26/2004 2:51 PM  
Anonymous said...

Yeah, Smartyme is pretty much right on the button.

As a member of the 'evil' masonic frat, I can tell you first hand you have nothing to fear.

My local lodge is struggling to pay it's own bills more then anything else.

The Masons are a non-profit, community service weilding org. Ever heard of the Shriners? Those guys wearing the fez caps driving the little cars durring parades? Yeah, they belong to the masonic family.

What you might NOT know about is Shriners Hospitals. Shriners Hospitals for Children is a network of pediatric specialty hospitals, founded by the Shrine, where children under the age of 18 receive excellent medical care absolutely free of charge. There are 18 orthopaedic Shriners Hospitals, three Shriners Hospitals dedicated to treating children with severe burns, and one Shriners Hospital that provides orthopaedic, burn and spinal cord injury care. Shriners Hospitals are located throughout North America — 20 in the United States and one each in Mexico and Canada.

So yeah, I'm sure there must be some group out there that everyone is supposed to fear, but it sure as hell isn't the Masons.

And honestly, I don't care what you think I'm supposed to make you think. I'm just stating a different perspective.

7/26/2004 3:08 PM  

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