I just sat in hospital emergency for a while (our son hit his head, but all is well), and discovered that this place is not only depressing because of the suffering. What bothered me worse was having to sit by a TV! We don't have TV service, and if ever my family wants me to move out, all they have to do is get TV service.
After a medical commercial (most all are medical now) advertising Botox, something that the doctor injects to fight migraine headaches, they listed the multitude of possible side effects (some life threatening), including . . . headaches.
Then I was stuck having to try not to listen to a show called "The Talk." One of the lines in it was, "Isn't it good to hear Trump saying something nice?"
Take Facebook, but in which you no longer can choose your friends but they're chosen for you, and the requirement is that they be Democrats. Then add volume to all the posts, with yelling and obnoxious sound effects. Then add flashing and blinking lights, almost seizure producing. And there you have TV.
The best cure for migraine headaches is not Botox. All you need to do is stopping watching TV.
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