A strange cultural artifact floats up from the 90s thanks to youtube. Work by Mamoru Oshi and Production IG
If every commercial was like that, I’d watch them. Unfortunately the vast majority of commercials are aimed towards people who do not share my taste nor my interests, and subsequently the commercials are not according to my taste or interests. My sister showed me a commercial she and her sister-in-laws thought was quite funny, but I come from the internets, and I see funnier every day.
And yet I do not laugh.
Probably because I’m too damn tired from trying to keep up with all the webcomics I read. I had to skip a bunch last week, including this very blog, so this week I started another Great Culling of the Herd. I have now bookmarked the last page of a bunch of comics, with the intent of putting them on a whenever-I-have-the-time schedule, as opposed to the former whenever-they-might-have-updated schedule. That way I won’t later have to backtrack and try to remember which page was the last one I read. But I suspect that I might end up not ever getting back to any of those comics. Now I might have the time to play some computer games or something. Or be receptive to enjoy a funny joke or two.
The PC where I have my webcomic bookmarks plus update alerts is broken so I have to remember them and check them manually. I seem to have forgotten 90% of the webcomics I used to follow
Gotta get back, back to the beer; Samurai Jack.
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