Do you ever think about the fact that the US has created and legitimized a system of institutionalized inequality by funding schools through property taxes? That basically a child’s education is only as good as the value of the property in their neighborhood. Funny how education is so often viewed as an equalizing factor when there is nothing equal about it.
|People:||Aren't you going a bit overboard?|
|Me:||*surrounded by pumpkins and candles and sweaters* Idk what you mean?|
there’s something extremely satisfying about buying books. it’s like ferociously scratching an itch you’ve had for ages, having this relief that’s just indescribable. and then you check your bank account. that’s looking down and realizing you’ve got blood everywhere. moral of the story don’t scratch the fucking itch
It genuinely baffles me when people ask, ‘how do you have time to read?’ because let me put it this way; how do you have time to hang out with friends, watch tv, go to parties, study until the break of dawn and then spend time with the family?
The answer’s pretty obvious. You make time.
Because if it’s something you enjoy doing or something you have to do, you’ll find a way to get around that there’s only 24-hours-in-a-day-thing.
In honor of this comic getting 10 000 views (!!!) in my dART gallery, I present you a slightly remastered version of Prof. Javert’s lesson on stalking.
I’m not happy with some of the art anymore, but got to admit, I do still like the joke…