Boredom through the years | Editorial Cartoon

This week's editorial cartoon shows the difference in boredom starting in 1954 until 2014.

Editorial cartoon

This week’s editorial cartoon shows the difference in boredom starting in 1954 until 2014.

It shows how the use of phones and cell phones have changed how we communicate with others that we are bored.

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