sucks. We forgot that we weren't born to work, didn't chose to be born and all this shit isn't our fault.

@bob What's that quote? We buy suits and pay for cars to go to work to afford our suits, cars, and the homes we leave vacant all day so that we can go to work?

@pinkprius yeah, let's drop all that separation of responsibilities silly stuff and go back to men thinking about where to find food 100% of the time, women being pregnant/nursing 100% of the time, and all of us die in droves by 40 from all kinds of diseases. Stone Age awaits!

@isagalaev OK so it's either die before 40 or sit in a miserable cubicle all day everyday.

How about something in between? Like sit in a miserable cubicle 3 days a week and have an okay place to live and good food aswell.

@pinkprius I'm all for "something in between"! It's your comic that makes it an either/or choice. What I'm saying is that now we have overwhelmingly more choice than cavemen did. Although probably not as much as any one of us would've liked.

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