it turns out the real villain was capitalism
@Taweret The fake sets they've photoshopped this Enterprise faux-neon into is amazing!
First, the wall. It's got a brick-texture on it, but they're obviously not real bricks because they've been stretched like crazy. Nobody makes bricks a meter long.
And over the weird faux-bricks, they've printed some patent illustrations of some kind of engine.
Then there's the cube-shelves, each compartment displaying a single book, cover out.
*rocks back and forth* it's all good. It's all good. Not terrifying at all...
remember Humpty? pronounced with an "umpty"?
he once got busy in a burger king bathroom
@apLundell @Taweret Yes, exactly! The rich aught'a go back to the way things use to be, keeping their gold bars in a big ACME safe any enterprising thief could get into using just a stethoscope and their wits, in these times we live in society needs to fall back on what we know works, and big cartoon safes work, but they don't have Flappy Bird games on em so the millennials won't have any of it, smh....
I write things, most of which involve an apocalypse of some kind. I didn't even realize until it was pointed out to me. That probably says something.
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