He’s probably going to post it on YouTube.
The days before every phone had a video camera.
Once, Hiking along a riverbed in Arizona, and out ahead of the group, I walked into quicksand. The next guy back yells, “He’s sinking fast – quick – get a camera!”
@wcorviI stepped in some in Temple Canyon Park near Grape Creek southwest of Canon City, CO. The only clue, which didn’t register with me, was the obvious absence of cobbles, stones and pebbles in the area of that riverbed.
And this is why some parents should be buying coal for their kids for Christmas.
“In case of fire, exit building BEFORE tweeting about it.”
Wait. The whole car fell on him??
Hard to believe this strip is 11 years old.
Sounds like my family. Once when I was little my father and uncle where drilling holes for the foundation of the new shed. I was sent outside by my mother with a camera to take pictures if one fell in.
Yeah, this wouldn’t work today, since today’s Jason would have his smart phone permanently affixed to his hand.And BTW, if the tree is small enough to fit IN the car, it shouldn’t be able to pin anyone down! The line should have been, “… get the Christmas tree off the car…”
Jason’s gonna film it for either laughs, blackmail at a later date, or both.