Crying In Your Beer
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- March 29, 2003 at 11:25 am #6624David LauterbachKeymaster
This sorta thing really pisses me off. On one hand you have people who will not take responcibility for their actions and want to blame their problems on everything but themselves. And on there other you have people taking a moral high ground and believing that because they’ve seen the light, you should hurry up and see it too or be an outcast.<br />
Please. It’s like the people suing McDonald’s because they’re fat. McDonald’s is fattening? What was your first clue Sherlock? Did you miss the fact that everything is dripping with grease? Just because it says "fried in 100% vegatable oil" doesn’t mean your happymeal safisfied one of the four food groups. Either be happy with the way you are, or change. There is just as much health out there as there is crud, only the healthy stuff generally isn’t instant. Me, I like the way I am. And I happen to like greasy burgers.<br />
This reminds me of the smoking ban that the city council is trying to pass in Austin. As a bartender, let me say this now: I don’t smoke. However, I’d guess at least 2/3 of the people who go out do. The people trying to pass these laws, guess what, <strong>THEY DON’T FUCKING GO OUT TO BARS AND CLUBS!</strong> You are now making it so that over half the people that go out can’t relax. A special thank you to the forward thinking members of our elected city government. Let me know when it’s time to turn in our Jews.<br />
So you see, it’s either "it’s not my fault" or "no, you’re wrong. Stop doing that". <br />
<em>"Environment and Accountability: Who Is Responsible?" </em><br />
You have no one to blame but yourself. Remember, kids, we’re all gonna die someday. Make peace with yourself and love who you are. Because in the end, you’re the only one who remains true to you. Well, that and a special girl I call Amber. She’s always waiting for me at the bar, and she’s there for me until last call. You figure it out.
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