Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Think through it.

21 comments:

economom said...

Lemons into lemonade?

M. Steve Heartsill said...

This one I get...does that mean I am a survivor?

Adrienne said...

Sounds like a cure for the current economic crisis

P3T3RK3Y5 said...

oh my gosh. hilarious. genius. scary.

Chaz said...

I'd venture to say that "determination" should have a greater share in the centerpiece, followed by "creativity".

You don't need much bad luck in order to feel like you're just surviving.

Raison d'être said...

perfectly reflects my coll if you subtract creativity..... n determination...

g'day said...

Chestnuts for the intersections ....

Intersection of bad luck and determination:
Throwing Good Money After Bad

Intersection of determination and creativity:
Try Try Again

Intersection of bad luck and creativity:
Necessity is the Mother of Invention

Anonymous said...

Also fitting: Chip's Challenge

~autolycus said...

Necessity is the mother of invention, said the old Roman...

Pakwarez said...

instristing............hmmmmmmmmm

Jenn said...

aka, militant optimism

GregLondon said...

zen koans
on cartesian coordinates

Casey Fabling said...

I love it! I just got your wigit!

~ Laura ~ said...

Will our children think of these as the good old days when they grow up?

Amy Mullis said...

I think I move across the circles like an eye floater.

laura said...

Amen, sister.

ChangelingJane said...

So very true.

darío said...

Please, remove bad luck. And put talent. It`s more appropiate!

SoloMother said...

This one, with your permission and tons of links and props, is going up on SoloMother tonight! EXACTLY!

Akasha said...

I think this comic makes lots sense without any adjustments.

Without having bad things happen to you, or having to deal with failure a lot you wont grow to be able to handle a life or death situation with ease.

Or, people who find things really easy all their lives tend to crash the second they are faced with something that's hard or when their skill plateaus out.

erin meagan said...

This one rocks.

 
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