This 1912 Comic Is Still Relevant Today SHARE: Tweet Same as it ever was. Same … as … it … ever … was. Since it’s 1912, we’ll add: “An unsinkable ship? Wonderful!” That 100-year-old John T. McCutcheon comic is as relevant as it ever was. No wonder he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Cartoons in 1932 and had a dormitory named after him at Purdue University. What’s the modern-day evidence that this comic is perfect? How about this little child who will grow up in a world thinking that magazines have been pinch-to-zoom iPads forever? Silly baby. (via Reddit) Go ’head and click and Follow Us MORE GOOD STUFF WORTH CLICKING: • #PeggyGoneWild, Roger Trips Balls and More Reasons to Love Last Night’s ‘Mad Men’ • Robot Prostitutes to Replace Humans By 2050? • YOFO: Watch Drake Fall Down on Stage, Play It Off Smoothly as Backwards Roll • Young Yeezy: Check Out Kid Kanye Spitting Rhymes • Philip Humber’s Perfect Game Yet Another Thumb in No No-No Mets’ Eye • Watch This Hilarious DUI Involving a Drunk Guy in a Scissor Lift HVculture HVCulture is our bin for all things Culture.