Today on Quantum Vibe:
In the Gaelic
Strip 267 - Click on page above to goto the next page.
First Seen: Mon 2012-01-02
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
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The Transcript For This Page
Seamus is just outside the door to Dr. Sharkisian's office. He pauses, anticipating the experience will not be pleasant.
Seamus (thought): Well, here we go.
Inside the door, Seamus is surprised to find himself face to face with a gruff-looking male Beltape, who sits behind a reception desk.
Beltape: Who are you?
Recovering from his momentary confusion, Seamus deals with the unusual receptionist. The receptionist is looking at a list on a small holoscreen before him.
Seamus: Ah, I am Dr. Seamus O Murchadha, here for an appointment with Dr. Sharkisian.
Beltape: Omurru-koo, omurru-koo ...
Seamus is flummoxed by this receptionist's uptake-slowness.
Beltape: T'ere is no 'Dr. Shaymis Omurru-koo' on te list.
Seamus: What? Nonsense.
Seamus presses on.
Seamus: Please look again – that's s-e-a-m-u-s, o, m-u-r-c-h-a-d-h-a.
Beltape: Uh, oh yeah t'ere it is.
The Beltape looks puzzled.
Beltape: But wait – t'at doesn't spell ' Shaymis Omurrukoo,' it spells 'see-mus oh-mur-chad-ha.' What are you tryin' ta pull?
Seamus is getting really irritated now.
Seamus: Of course it spells 'o murrukoo,' that's how it goes in the Gaelic.
Beltape: T'e what?
Now Beltape is getting steamed, and points towards the way Seamus came in.
Beltape: We don't do any of t'at gay-lick around here, buddy. T'is is a respectable establishment. Get out.