The Social Boulder is an allegory for lying to those you call friends and then blaming them for believing your lies. Friends don’t lie to friends. Ever. No exceptions. If you don’t believe that, you don’t have friends.
What about the Statist By Example Fallacy? Isn’t THAT more damning?
Names are a largely overlooked state-sanctioned aggression. In what way? Read the article.
Having beaten the booze, Ceej had to decide whether or not he would also beat his medications. And, what better way to decide that than a flashback?
And I’m not talking about the time someone was literally slapped in the face by a tip jar. I’m talking about what tip jars have done to kill the act of tipping.
Hint? Me? You’ll have to give it to me straight. The hints look and sound like too many other things.
What the hell does that mean? I thank you in advance for reading on to the find out.
¿Why the missing opening parenthesis? ¿Why the call for the opening question mark? Read on, if you can stand to endure the confusion that you have inflicted on the rest of us.
Ceej’s friends and family were not happy with Ceej’s idea on how to beat the bottle. However, Ceej insisted and they knew better to fight him. ©2012 The Ceej
Having grown up on medications being the answer to his problems, The Ceej tries a new medication that, like the others, just seemed to make the problem worse: Alcohol. ©2012 The Ceej.