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That may have been one of the most awesome monologues I’ve ever read…
Actually can’t wait to find out what happens.
You have a wonderful knack for these comics my friend. They are wonderfully drawn, written, and organized.
Great job, my friend! Very well done!
Keep them coming and you can be sure that we will continue reading them.
i never even liked comics but i’m hooked
Great monologue. The reality is that Vietnam vets are about the only people who can effectively do PTSD counseling with these “broken men” that are coming back from Iraq. They were “broken” themselves, and had to figure it all out or perish in spirit. Some of them literally perished from it, in a haze of alcohol and drugs. It was truly sad that they didn’t have vets to talk to back then, the WW2 vets couldn’t relate as well.
I loved this comic
Once again, hooked on the comic, sadly,this one is still in works, and I’m quite impatient! Been there, done that type of shit, once you’ve seen hell, nothing compares. The desensitizing is irreversible. They train you to take a life is nothing, but when you lose one close to you, it’s everything, and thats a fuc*** catch 22 in my book.
BTW Admin-You look into getting these put in hard cover? I’m sure they’d go, if so, sign me up, I want it auto’d!
wow… hits hard. so many hav gone like that and many more will.
i may be one so idk whatll happen
but dude keep on writin, its creative minds like urs that can make a change in this fucked up world we call a society
Jeez, that is so awesome, I cannot stop checking if there are new comic’s I am HOOKED man.
I just started listening to the flobots a month ro two ago and love them. I found the link ot this and head to check it out. Great comic guys, keep up the fantastic work!
Great comic. Yeah, we’re raised to be consumer jackoffs who don’t question shit. Instead of prosperity we’ve been given cheap credit. We’re bombarded with media images of affluence and material well-being and then we go into debt to chase those dreams. The SOBs in charge want us to bail out Wall Street so they can keep the credit illusion alive. If people can’t’ get credit they will be forced to live within their means and then they’ll realize how FUCKED they are. They’ll realize how much is in the hands of a few and how little is left over for everyone else. They might also start buying smaller cars and houses and start leaving their drone corporate jobs to try to maximize their true potential as human beings. How are the CEOs gonna make millions when people no longer want to rot in cubicles for the illusion of security? Nah, I’m not bitter. Go ahead and bail out Wall Street. That way the dollar can be worth even less and oil can go up, up and up. Wake up, Wake up, its the first of the month!
Great job guys keep up the good work im diggin it
What has happened, has happened at a smaller scale over the last few decades. The great depression is very similar to what is happening now. Hugh credit run ups, no valid valuation of what is bought with that credit. The government, (and I mean both Democrats AND Republicans) love a credit economy because it rises abnormally fast and high. It’s like a drunken party, and there is ALWAYS a hang-over and no matter what you do, the hang-over will come. You can drink more (read: bailout) but it will STILL come sooner or later.
You made me tear up a little. It’s sad, noone tells you these kinds of things before you go, and after you get back, it takes a webcomic to finally put it all into perspective. Thanks guys. Keep it up.