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Kafka at the DMV

I wish everything was more like the DMV...
I wish everything was more like the DMV...
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Many of Kafka's works, in particular his novels The Castle and The Trial, deal with an overwhelming, suffocating bureaucracy. Some have even described them as Kafkaesque. The DMV is often representative of a sort of large, inefficient, horrible bureaucracy in the United States.

The form of the joke is an anti-joke.

Philosophers in this comic: Franz Kafka
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