Surviving the World

A Photocomic Education by Dante Shepherd

Lesson #1509 - Native Environment

Wild, untamed chalkboards can be found nesting, mating, and enjoying fresh air on tree branches across the globe. These gentle creatures will often attempt to hide at the first indication of human presence in the vicinity, as history has ingrained a deep fear of being removed from their native habitat and being bolted to an indoor wall. Unfortunately, their defense mechanism of screeching upon coming into contact with human hands is sometimes unreliable.

(This may completely change my theory about whiteboards replacing chalkboards in classrooms. Perhaps people behind these acts of kindness are not supremacists, but actually free-lovin' hippie chalkboard huggers. I assume the chalkboards are actually being returned to the woods where they came from, returned to their families, allowed to once again breathe fresh air and mate freely! What kind souls! I take it all back.)