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Repost: You Better Drive. I Think There’s Something Wrong With Me

“You Better Drive. I Think There is Something Wrong With Me” This quote is fromĀ Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter Thompson Reposted with bonus material on March 17, 2021 Updated November 29, 2020 I’ve railed before against the … Continue reading

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“You Better Drive. I Think There is Something Wrong With Me”

“You Better Drive. I Think There is Something Wrong With Me” The quote above is from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter Thompson Updated November 29, 2020 I’ve railed before against the self-righteous, self-help industry of profiteers who … Continue reading

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The Self-Righteous Self-Help Industry

“We are truly the sum of our own choices, nothing more.” That’s the distillation of every self-righteous self-help advocate who has never had a loved one suffer or die from mental illness. Or had a loved one killed when someone … Continue reading

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