The Great Depression | Empty Bindle | Unknown Date

Posted by Edward Ernest | Apr 23, 2017 | Comics, The Great Depression | 0 |

During The Great Depression, many people chose to ride the railroads of the United States. If you were to look at pictures of the rail riders, they all seemed to have a stick and a bindle with them. All of their life possessions in one small little sack.

Is our brain that much different from a bindle? The only thing us humans truly own that no one can take from us are our thoughts, and those are housed in a little sack as well.

When depression sinks its teeth into you, many people start to feel empty. Your bindle has many things inside of it, voices telling you negative things, yet at the same time, your possessions inside begin to dwindle.

If this sounds like you or a loved one, then this comic is for you. Oh! And big hugs too.

My Bindle Is Empty

My Bindle Is Empty| Unknown Date

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Edward Ernest

Edward Ernest is pretty much the coolest guy that ever lived.......according to himself. He's one of the founders of Massivephobia.com and has zero respect from any of his colleagues. To the outside world, he's this very nice upstanding citizen, but behind closed doors he's one of the meanest people we know. Yes, he writes nice articles and gives good advice. It might even seem like he cares about you and wants to be your friend. But please, don't be fooled. We've seen him kick a dog a with a broken leg before and have heard him on the phone berating his grandmother for only giving him a $5 birthday gift. Be thankful he's not related to you.

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