this is beautiful. it truly symbolizes the simplicity between life and death, good and evil, right and wrong. but in the end it’s still our paths that we take and our own hearts that we hold in our hands. truly a masterpiece
truly have had enough of these stupid anti-technology comics like..get your whiny ass a flip phone then. no one’s stopping you. i was too broke to use anything but a shitty ancient flip phone with no internet for years, right up until about 9 months ago, and i can tell you why i wanted a smartphone - the ability to look things up at any time, the ability to use a GPS system to get where im going, the ability to listen to music. if your life is consumed by social media then get off the fucking social media instead of making yet another generic zenpencils-y drawing of WAHHH I HATE THE PRESENT WE’RE ALL TECHNOLOGY ZOMBIES. christ
My phone just broke. 4-8 weeks for repair. My laptop also broke the same day. Both are bricks. Im using my WiiU to access web pages and my Smart TV to watch YouTube.
One morning, I was awakened by a knock at the door. I rolled out of bed, threw a blanket over my shoulder because it was cold, and made my way to the front of the house. I opened the door and a very nice Mormon lady handed me a pamphlet and launched in to a well-rehearsed spiel about accepting jesus in to my life when she stopped mid sentence and gave me a peculiar look. I used this pause in her speech to politely decline her offer and wish her a pleasant morning. It wasn’t until I looked at what she handed me that I understood why I stopped her in her tracks and then proceeded to laugh for the next half hour by myself.