Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for August 20, 2015
Dad: "It used to be that if a client wanted something done in a week, it was considered a rush job, and he'd be lucky to get it" Dad: "Now, with modems, faxes, and car phones, everybody wants everything instantly! Improved technology just increases expectations" Dad: "These machines don't make life easier - they make life more harassed" Calvin: "Six minutes to microwaves?? Who's got that kind of time?!" Dad: "If we wanted more leisure, we'd invent machines that do things LESS efficiently"