I think using a comic is an interesting way to show how different people are feeling about the economy. There are several different aspects for the way the economy is recovering. To me it's kind of odd it's all white people in the comic other than one Hispanic girl.
They are funny, and I especially like the ones about congress.
I like the national gratuity average strip. It's shocking how poorly some people who say they loved your service will still tip just because they're cheap.
I know I shouldn't but I honestly felt bad for Obama after seeing the strip about his reactions to "leaks". It was a bit harsh but that's because although Obama hasn't been the best President he's still one of my favorite celebrities, I wonder if people felt the same way about JFK back in the day. (my sentence rhymed lol) Also the strip about commencement speeches just had me speechless because I wanted to laugh but then I remembered that this is my sad reality and then I didn't feel like smiling =(
wow, after reading the commencement speeches I feel terrible. hopefully I'll be able to land a job that will give me enough to pay back my student loans.. God help us.
There is a lot to laugh about from these comics, but there is still a lot that needs to be worried about. The economy is still not in the greatest shape, and laughter may be the remedy for a little while. However, soon these comics need to turn into a situation that allows for a better future.
Haha I like the "too broke to tip" one, thats how I feel all the time...