Good for Nothing explores the notion of permanence found within society’s current way of expression. Decades ago, any youthful, reckless activity would pass unknowingly through coming generations, hidden by time and only recalled through conversation if the desire existed. However, through the necessity to participate in today’s social networking explosion, each action is specifically recorded on a visible timeline. With younger generations growing up, having instant access to viewing their predecess or’s actions and outlandish behaviors, there is an overwhelming uncertainty as to how the future will unfold. Through illustration, painting, and mixed media, Good for Nothing sheds light to the satirical mess found within the sphere of permanence in social media.