Pictures For Sad Children #2020

Pictures For Sad Children By JohnCampbell Pictures For Sad Children None
  • Title: Pictures For Sad Children
  • Author: JohnCampbell
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
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    Pictures For Sad Children By JohnCampbell
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      Published :2020-05-19T23:02:49+00:00

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    1. John Campbell s weird comics taught me how to feel okay about feeling bad, and I ll never forget that It s a shame that he removed them from the internet altogether, and I was so glad to find that the entire series is available on Kindle, and reading it on the device is totally pleasant and the comics view well on it.

    2. Being sad is normal, and the world is filled with sad adults Let s not say sad , let s say adults with unfulfilled and meaningless lives, yes, much better.Pictures For Sad Children shows that reality with a peculiar dark and somewhat acid humor that is rarely seen in books.Dunno how many times I ve read it, I even had to download the whole thing when I discovered the website had been taken down and it s impossible to get a physical copy there s an interesting story behind this.

    3. So I ve been making a spreadsheet of all my books and their replacement values for insurance purposes and I realized I hadn t marked John Campbell s books as read I read this one long ago, and the other one as soon as I got it about a year after I paid for it, but it came which is than most people can say I can t find anyone anywhere selling these which I suppose is in line with John s new anti consumerist mantra, but also frustrating because if my house burns down I would like to get them agai [...]

    4. So i was a bit confused about how I was supposed to read this It kind of jumped randomly from one part of a story to the next but i got used to it and thoroughly enjoyed reading it It s relatable which is kind of sad if you think about it and it s there s kind of a dark sense of humor about it.

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