Monday, October 21, 2013

Why Corporations Can Go To Hell

Because there's no amount of money that can compensate for non-monetary stuff like this.

But by all means people.  Keep slaving away for that mortgage.

(Post Post - Does anybody know if Bill Watterson is out of retirement?  The copyright date on it shows 2013)

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

That graphic was 'inspired' by Watterson, but lifted from the artists' website.

Ryan S said...

It is not a Bill Watterson comic. It is actually from the comic strip "Zen Pencils."

Sean Conner said...

The text is by Bill Watterson, but the illustrations are by Zen Pencils. There's more about the cartoon here: http://zenpencils.com/comic/128-bill-watterson-a-cartoonists-advice/

earl said...

Life truly is more than stuff.

You are not the contents of your wallet.
You are not the car you drive.
You are not the clothes you wear.
You are not how much money you have in the bank.

Like Jesus said..

For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.

TJ said...

That comic was inspired by a talk Watterson gave years ago but was created by the site Zen Pencils. Watterson did recently give a rare interview.

http://zenpencils.com/comic/128-bill-watterson-a-cartoonists-advice/

http://mentalfloss.com/article/53216/mental-floss-exclusive-our-interview-bill-watterson

Dan said...

I work primarily for a corporation and almost all the other employees I know have families. We don't particularly drink much and there is plenty of time to work on outside interests. It is also common to work from home or other locations.

I would say there are bad employers and good employers including partnerships and so on. Even if you work for yourself you could become dependent on demanding clients.

Anonymous said...

This seems to contradict your worthless book. I want to major in whatever I want after that reading that comic.

redr0man said...

There is truly a lifetimes worth of Truth in this little cartoon. Its always good to remember that life is about living for your loved ones and your talents; not the vain pursuits of a dying world.

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Anonymous said...

I wish my mom thought like this Cappy cap. It hurts when you don't get enough time with them and when you're an emotional kid (now millennial young adult)that needed more.