On Thu, 22 Jul 2010 17:21:57 -0700, Zapanaz
Post by Zapanaz
Hey Doc Martian,
Other than your mom, every friend you've ever had has "bailed on you"
eventually, haven't they?
It explains a lot about you, doesn't it?
That's why you act like such an asshole towards everybody, isn't it?
Your friends all ditched you, so in order to dull the pain, you
convinced yourself that you were too ... what? too HARDCORE for them.
So now you have to keep acting like a complete asshole to everybody
you meet, so's you can rationalize being abandoned by everybody in
Except your mom.
Except you know, Kevin,outside of High School, where your personality
gelled in the eighties, if you are nice to people, generally, they
will be nice to you back. Not always, there are exceptions, there are
pink bassholes who will be mean to you because of some crap that
happened to them twenty years ago that you had nothing to do with, but
you learn to recognize those ones, and tune them out, and lo and
behold there are people who are not so bad being nice to you.
I really wonder though, honestly, if you were even capable of
abandoning that self-rationalizing agenda, Kev, which you have been
hiding behind for twenty years, if you are still capable of acting
like a Yeti.
Vanity, vanity, all is vanity.
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