Girl sees all her dreams come tumbling down!
The trains on the plain roll mostly in vain?
Is it about having to choose only one destination?
…and that’s what tortures me.
it had two lights on behind.
I like the progression of pointing in panels 4 and 5. It gives me the sense Girl is pointing more or less randomly, to “anywhere but here”.
At first I thought she was pointing at different trains.
I hate that train too.
That train is always moving faster than we need (to step into it and travel our life nonstop)
At the same moment, two trains leave Chicago and New York. They move towards each other with constant speeds. The train from Chicago is moving at speed of 40 miles per hour, and the train from New York is moving at speed of 60 miles per hour. The distance between Chicago and New York is 1000 miles. How long after their departure will they meet?
Using imaginary points (lengthless, breadthless, widthless) and their line-like associates to, you know, point to points, without actually seeming to *make* points, is clever beyond words.
Literally. (Case in point: how relatively clunky and crude is the one made with this line?)
Curse the train full of people with social skills. Curse them!
I think she picks a train and then discovers it’s going right where she already is.
(10 hours or about Youngstown OH)
This comic was published before Inception came out, but I guess that’s just how zeitgeist works…
I’m struck by how half my friends hated it, and half loved it.
you said you’d stand by your man
so tell me one thing i just don’t understand
Sour grapes as she realizes they aren’t on it.