Evolution in action just don’t look… AAAAAAAAH!
I don’t get it. I never use WiFi. I don’t even have a smart phone. Why am I still so stupid?
Is “smart phone” an oxymoron?
For what its worth, could be a good time to try Air Drop on his ’phone.
The vertically challenged.
More like “Eternity – Free WI-FI!”
Seek wisdom first, then think about other types of Wi Fi if you like.
One method of crowd control.
You can seek the legend, you can be the legend or you can find the ledge end.
And the next guy is thinking about the choices too!
And on your way down, the Wi-Fi will go out.
There waits a Wiley bear
The phone may be smart. But the owner.. Not so much.
I’ m sure we all know which path we’d travel. Good luck.
Probably got a free smartphone too, the entitlement exit should be going left.
I see a great future for the ‘entitled’.
Love the videos where they fall in holes, fountains; and slam into poles. The sad ones are where they kill people with their cars.
Look up to see the truth. Look down to learn a lesson. Look out!
Entitlement (arrow) Entombment
It is hard to get Wi-Fi.
So, the learning curve is actually a straight line.
Well you can’t spell “enlightenment” without…“lighten.”
So just how did he see the sign?
In the 60’s we had that choice as all do now.
Enlightenment is a temporary state of mind, you don’t live there.
Every religion climbs the same spiritual mountain.
Looks like the guy on the right is a smart-phoney.
Can’t believe he fell for that sign!
We need more of these.
Which way do I go to get free Comic Books?!
I feel entitled to be enlightened.
See Dying of Whiteness, by Jonathan Metzl, for some even more serious entitlement.
The wisdom of people demanding more wi-fi access in our National Parks, while every year more morons are walking off cliffs while on their phones or doing “selfies” of their last moments, before rangers have to risk their lives to recover the morons’ bodies.
It requires a sharp right turn, of course.
Gravity has serious bandwidth.
So isn’t this the opposite of what leftists are all about? They try prevent people from suffering the consequences of being lazy, stupid, or careless, right?
A woman recently filed a $32 million lawsuit against BN railroad, its engineer, Washington county, the city of Beaverton and the state of Oregon for gross negligence because she lost both of her legs (one above the knee the other below) after being ran over by a freight train.
According to police and NTSB reports, the woman was wearing a hoodie, with earbuds in her ears and texting or looking at her phone when she walked in front of, and struck, by the train. The street gate was down and it’s bells were ringing for traffic. The lead locomotive was blasting its horn as it approached the street where the woman was hit, and yet all of the above defendants are at fault for not having a gate on the sidewalk to prevent a pedestrian from stepping in front of a moving train.
The lawsuit is for pain and suffering, lost current and future wages, medical and rehabilitation expenses and loss of quality of life.
Shit, she’s lucky to be alive! The real question is, who needs to be held accountable and held responsible?
Nominations for the 2019 Darwin Awards are now open . . .
The sense of entitlement turns us into complainers.
It’s not learning if you don’t survive the experience. Well, unless somebody ELSE learns something. I bet you can see the landing zone from the “enlightenment” ledge.
Natural selection in action
thin the herd
Darwin awards version.
The learning curve can be steep.
The entitlement route is what’s known as the “presidential short-cut”.