Free to Fight


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FOUND by Kelsey in high school physics class

I found these two drawings on a desk in my junior year physics class. Presumably completed by someone in the class before mine, they are fairly well done, concise and clearly telling a story. The first illustrates the often-accepted benefits of religion while the second captures a darker situation, that of the army and fighting. Because they are done of a similar style and numbered #1 and #2, I can only assume they are meant as a sequence, perhaps showing the undeniable relationship between two major sources of power – God and violence. I have no idea who created these pictures and doubt I ever will.

Hi! My Name Is Freedom


FOUND by Jeff Hopper in Carmel, Indiana

Recently, my mom approached what she thought was a piece of litter in her front “yard” (my parents live in an apartment townhouse), only to find a deflated white balloon with a 3×5 card tied to it that had a note scrawled from “Freedom” herself. From the looks of it, Freedom appears to be about 9 years old, and while ruthless about the consequences of restraining her, is fairly courteous. Enjoy!