The Dot Com Before the Storm
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The Dot Com Before the Storm is a comic story featured in Simpsons Comics #187.
The first that comes to asking for help is Sherri and Terri, Lisa takes them to the library and when they understand you can borrow books for free, they become happy. Moe then comes for wants to see something cute and Marge dress Snowball II, Santa's Little Helper, and Maggie as members of "Robin Hood" that he get watching and Moe thinks they are adorable. Snake then comes over, he can not download movies anymore so Bart gives him Homer's movie that he had rental and not return. Marge is in the grocery store, where they she meets Professor Frink that need to send a message til Professor Varga and the time is short so she follows Frink and deliver the letter. Duffman comes then to Simpson, he would like to see some women and he is invited to the garage where he watching Patty and Selma in underwear.
The next day, placing the family Grampa outside the house where he babbles about the past fit only as a replacement for the social network. In the evening the whole family is tired of helping all and they seem to never end. Homer is forced to make his friend to start laughing. The library is now overcrowded with kids and they are not desired as the librarian, Moe looks at a new outfit that Marge has made but are not happy with the results. Snake comes over for more movies but the family has no more now, but Bart gets an idea and gives Snake videos that he gets from Ned. Marge deliver after that picture attachments and Homer is forced again to make his friends to start laugh but when bins start to chase him, chase Homer his friends with a chainsaw. The next morning is the family really tired, Homer can not even strangle Bart. The family quickly gets visited by the inhabitants of Springfield. Lisa then asks them what they would do if they not have the Internet. They tell Lisa what they would do, Lisa tell them at the Internet is good in small doses but can distract you from real life. They realize that the Internet has taken too much of their lives and they all go to Moe's for a drink. The family is happy, their days as the Internet is now over and Lisa says that the moral of the story is we've all got to spend more time living our real lives, Bart adding at you also just staing off mindless time-killing websites as www.bongocomics.com.