Sunday, October 19

Tatsuya Ishida hits one out of the park

I woke up to a nice synchronicity today. Tatsuya Ishida, who draws the webcomic Sinfest, neatly mirrored something I've been thinking a lot about over the past month or so. Namely how in the past 40 years we've come to a place where it's nearly normal to buy everything we need from some corporation or another. Here's the strip.

'nuf said for today. Have a great weekend.

1 comment:

Alex said...

Nice Apple 1984 reference, too. :)

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