That used to be death

by Regis Boff

Convenience is temporary.
The only app I had as a boy was a light switch. My father slapped me with regularity for not using it. He would have been perfect to head the EPA. Not in the least because his interests were global, but he was more than capable of nickel and diming waste.
My kids believe the “rapture” will be the announcement of a Mac operating system that separates them from all physical movement.
That used to be death.