This is the kind of story that had me sit and argue aloud with my own narration. Imagine that, where I read a thought that's meant to be my own, question it, and then in clicking to the next line, its as if my inner dialogue just continued in the story. It's a special kind of madness that plays out for laughs. Existential ones, at times. And at others, it may come off as just plain nonsense for lack of information, but you just have to accept it in playing this bizarre--at times relatable!--character. This, coupled with the scratchy crosshatch of the binary art, felt like a harried trip into a mind that likes to get ahead of itself. I really did enjoy this experience, and I'll love to see it expanded and refined.