“Act only according to that maxim whereby you can at the same time will that it should become a universal law.” – Immanuel Kant
Man, my textbooks list included 33 books this semester and from the bookstore it was going to run me over $600. So, I did what any upstanding college student would do: I went to a used book store and found all but 4 of them for a total of $55. Poor starving college student: 1; Educational corporate consumerism: 0.
Happy New Year, everybody.
I’ll see you guys on Tuesday with a new comic.
I’m watching 24 hours, or one metric day, of a Christmas Story. I really want a Red Ryder carbine-action, two hundred shot Range Model air rifle with a compass in the stock and a thing which tells time.
I didn’t shoot my eye out; an icicle fell off of the garage and it hit me, and it broke my glasses.
Time for Xmas presents. Later all!
Welp, I’ll guess I’ll have to do that on xmas day then…
Yeah, I’m playing around with the idea of frames. What of it?
I wonder if Søren Kierkegaard ever had an Existential Crisis? Did he wake up one morning and call up Nietzsche on the telegraph and say, “Frederich, I just don’t think I can do this anymore. What if I wasn’t meant to be a philosopher, theologian, and pyschologist? What if I missed my calling to be a folk singer?” To which Nietzsche would respond with slight laughter and say, “One day, Søren, they are going to name a crisis after your way of thinking.”
Also: the semester is over, which means that I get to spend the next few days refreshing I.Q. Web until grades are posted. Joy of joys.
F5… F5… F5… F5… F5… No Dice.
Anyway, new comic on Thursday, and Happy Holidays everyone.