Turns out I might be a loser.
So, apparently the world does need to validate you?
So what if I smell like cat piss..? No one's here to smell it.
I think the truth is that everyone's a loser.
and I don't even have a cat!
I love that Life as a Loser series. It just got wrapped up on 200 not too long ago.
There's a book of them out now as well I think.
I saw the reference to Black Table while reading your blog.
It's an old entry of yours, but you haven't said much over there for a while, so it came via your current feed.
I just moved a few feeds into thunderbird (the ones that are mostly just text, and will work OK when converted from HTML to text).
I still get my Dilbert feed via SharpReader on my other computer..
I'm not sure why that article caught my eye. I think the 'moment of clarity'. I like that term.
How's the New, Improved, Super Trendy DJ Briggy Briggs coming along?
I don't think you're a loser Brad. You're awesome!
I think fashion is the most unimportant and feeble part of 'try'. Making it into first grade is far more respectable.
(It's pretty easy to call any single male a loser. Doesn't make it true. Getting let down by women without honor doesn't make you a loser. Even if it does leave you lonely. Dressing yourself up pretentiously to attract sluts hardly makes one "a winner")
Alpha-male might be true. It's also base. We should strive for something more.