The indefinite amount of time someone experiences during a transfer in a Star Trek transporter. For some, it's a moment, for others, an eternity.
I hate going to the DMV. I feel like I'm stuck in digital purgatory.
Digital Purgatory is a racist and conservative webcomic created by apparent neo-nazi, "Nix Kartel" and drawn by a slew of different artists. The main character, surprise, surprise, is Nix. That's right, another sub-par webcomic where the author inserts himself as a witty individual, trapped in a world of idiots. Essentially, Nix (the IRL version, that is)read Dilbert and decided that he would make a hack rip-off, coupled with Nix's inability to create comedy, and added with a dose of anti-liberal bias and a double-dose of aforementioned racism. His extreme right-wing view was exposed when he wrote a short story arc where the company that Nix works for, inexplicably hired an illegal and uneducated Mexican workforce to work with computers. Sadly he failed to realise that illegal Mexicans tend to do LABOR work for less money, work that most Americans citizens will eschew anyway. His Mexi-phobia came to it's hight when all the illegal immigrants in the story were also drug dealers.more...
In between these bouts of ignorance and fears, he does little satirical news segments of liberal news. Again, it is another excuse for Nix to bash liberal views by warping them and twisting them around. A prime example of this occred when the news crew began blaming Bush for Hurricane Katrina, an impressive effort on the young neo-nazi's part to divert attention from the fact that Bush was criticized for his near total lack of action which lead to a complete breakdown of law and order i...