You know, I'm thinking that maybe I should start reading journals in a
different way. I should assume that they're all fiction. After all, I never
write Scarlett O'Hara or Buttercup or Rincewind to tell them what they're
doing wrong or to offer advice.
So all of you are fictional characters, and if I meet any of the journal
page authors in real life, I can think “Hey, that's the woman on which the
main character in `Bad Hair
Days' is based. Cool.” I won't feel like I have some sort of bizarre
one-sided relationship where I know all sorts of things about you. We start
from scratch, but as Columbine said somewhere
else, with the equivalent of a letter of introduction.
it's time to go. (links added)
You have my permission to link freely to any entry here. Go
ahead, I won't bite. I promise.
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