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We Only Knew Time

I’m tired of living in historic times.

Image by Jason McBride
Comic Strip by Jason McBride

My son told me that he’s tired of living through historic times. He’s eleven and just started middle school — if you count walking to his room from the kitchen every morning and cracking open the…

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Jason McBride

Jason McBride

Freelance Copywriter. Indie Comic Creator. Amateur Human. he/him jason@weirdopoetry.com

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