"Well, there was a year when he was only eating what he was killing," Dorsey said. "He made goat for me for dinner. He killed the goat."
When asked how, exactly, Zuckerberg had killed the goat before preparing it, Dorsey mentioned a "a laser gun" before clarifying what he meant.
"I don't know. A stun gun. They stun it, and then he knifed it," he said.
Dorsey did not eat the goat, because according to him it was served cold, despite spending time in the oven.
Lest you think there is only one crazy person in this story, this is the same Jack Dorsey who asked Azealia Banks to make an amulet of protection out of his beard hair.
I maintain that PLIF is one of the best comics to ever grace our iteration of reality, and it's a damn shame that there doesn't appear to be a comprehensive online archive. I've got a bunch on a hard drive somewhere, but I'm not sure if I grabbed the whole thing.
I believe the thing I linked to is a comprehensive archive? But the search function seems not to be working any more. It did once. It was even tagged by character, e.g., "clones".
Yup, but some of the very earliest ones are missing. My memory says that they weren't always, but who knows.
And I miss the search, too. Maybe one day I'll be sufficiently bored and ambitious to recreate the search index.
The earliest capture of plif.com in the Wayback Machine is from around February 2000, and it's missing comics 1-24, 26, 28.
The capture at the end of the comic's run in May 2002 has restored 19, 23 and 24.
The first capture with the "here lies" banner, in September 2002, restored 1-3, 5-7, 9, 11-13, 17, 18, 27. The site linked in this post is a faithful copy of the "here lies" site.
They started with missing comics and have been adding them back over the years; they didn't start with a full set and lose any.
I asked one of the cultured meat companies about this, kind of. I think once we get to the bread-machine-on-the-countertop stage of cultured meat it would be fun to have people over and make pagrus sandwiches or fondue or whatever.
Hopefully it wouldn't be sentient though, that would be another whole ball of wax