This is the future

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this was supposed to be the future

We really are living in the future, we just haven’t noticed it yet because it doesn’t involve flying cars.

Comic from Three Panel Soul.
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    natedog

    the GPS feature is super effective.

    the little dot follows you everywhere

    hufnmouth

    Or as Louis CK says, “Everything’s amazing, and nobody’s happy.

    RSIxidor

    I REALLY WANT MY FLYING FUCKING CAR DAMN FUCK IT

    nyoki

    Me too. *sigh*

    Birdcat

    Want to help? Get hurt real bad on a mountaintop or burning building, and be famous, and start to speak out about the inadequacies of helicopters and the need for us to catch up to the future (which is, of course, now) and maybe you can stimulate some more investment.

    Right now it looks like urban rescue/medevac is the most likely candidate to justify the expenditure needed to finish off the rest of the R&D.

    Image to follow.

    deleted_user

    Nobody noticed because the world is still a shitty, dirty, dark place.

    jesupocalypse

    Want to help? Kill yourself and it will be less so.

    deleted_user

    Incorrect.

    I will help by going vigilante on the local hoodlums.

    jesupocalypse

    No you won’t.

    deleted_user

    Or will I?

    Queensly

    I dunno, will you?

    Gilly

    If casemods kills himself, the world be far darker than before. Good, consistent trolling in the face of mass consensus about socially accepted prejudice is rare.

    vincent.ex2

    I don’t want to know where I am, I want to get lost flying in my car.

    Paul_Is_Drunk

    iPhone – For when it’s easier for you to check your e-mail and play tower defense than it is to actually talk to any of the people you went to the bar with.

    Get off your toys, jackasses, or we’re leaving you home next time.

    Evilcritter

    My map can’t find me.