One fun thing about comics written by people out of touch with the day-to-day life of the twenty-first century is that while these people have heard of such shocking concepts as phishing, drug abuse, and cell-phone providers, they are unsure of exactly how they work. Imagine an eighteen-year-old rich girl from L.A. tackling a historical novel about medieval France and you may have some idea of the level of disconnect here. These people really, really want to write about relevant issues, and they earnestly do their research by reading all sorts of useful books written in the late 1960s by middle-aged experts in "youth culture," but though they mean well, they are still effectively eighteen-year-old rich girls from L.A. tackling historical novels about medieval France.
Apartment 3-G is written by one of these people.
P.S.: Thanks to everyone who helped me sort out my many Photoshop issues. I think I've got everything working more or less efficiently now.