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The ebbs and flows of this alcoholic. It's all true. Sometimes I'm serious. Sometimes I'm not. The episodes tend to be short.
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Almost empty McDonalds
Content published: Sep 29, 2018 at 11:43 am CDT· podcast published: Mar 15, 2019 at 1:45 pm CDTI’m sitting in the McDonalds on State Street in Geneva. Because Egg McMuffins.This is also the place where Maggie’s mom and I told Maggie that we were getting divorced. It was the most painful conversation I’ve ever had. The most painful day ever. Watching her little nine year old face panic as the conversation unfolded.It wasn’t a long conversation but it lasted forever to me.A therapist said to do it in public so the hurt would live outside the home. Sometimes breakups really better are in public. Sometimes it's the better way out.And as we were driving back home, the three of us, I thought to myself, “I’m never going to that fucking place again.”But here I am. Cuppa years later.Because one of the best things I learned was to “give it some time.”For as long as it takes. Don’t make up your mind. Just put it down. Don’t rush healing. Don't rush the feeling. Let the pain fade. It will if we don’t force its end.#photos #protip #diariespodcastIrene· Sep 29, 2018 at 12:14 pmThat’s an interesting theory about a public place. I had never ever heard that before. I guess it would really just depend on all the people involved as to whether or not you wanted that displayed in a public place… Definitely food for thoughtful! Time has a way of healing everything $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Irene· Sep 29, 2018 at 12:16 pmI know I messed up I meant food for thought! $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 29, 2018 at 12:40 pmI knew what you meant 😊 $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Irene· Sep 29, 2018 at 12:51 pmFigured you would, but who knows what anyone else would think 😊 $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Add a comment!  View original  

Almost empty McDonalds

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Do you ever wake up cranky for no good reason?
Content published: Sep 28, 2018 at 8:54 am CDT· podcast published: Mar 14, 2019 at 9:05 am CDTAnd then when you’re walking down the stairs you say “fuck those guys” but there are no guys there?And then when you’re standing in the kitchen getting your lunch ready you see a teeny purple flower on the floor and say “get the fuck out of here” and kick it under the stove?And then Alexa plays Kiss Me Deadly and then you think to yourself “Why does Ozzy get to hold heaven in the palm of his hand? Fuck that.”And then when you’re driving to work your phone vibrates in your pocket so you pull it out and see it’s an email from Amazon Prime Video. They’re canceling your Comic-Con HQ Subscription because the channel is no longer available. And then you say “I don’t give a fuck about that. I never did.”And then when you're sitting at your work desk pondering all the fucks you’ve said before 9AM this very morning, you remember that not all the stories end with a spiritual revelation.Happy Friday, peeps!! 🙄#thestruggleisreal #diariespodcasttism· Sep 28, 2018 at 9:49 amYou’ve given the balance of your fucks away before noon!!!! $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 28, 2018 at 10:57 amI know!! I’ll always keep a reserve though. Because there are some days when everything is exaggeratedly terrible. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tism· Sep 28, 2018 at 11:09 amYou so smart. :-) $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Karly· Sep 28, 2018 at 10:17 amSo if you gave a “fuck that” for each thing in your morning to emulate that you had zero fucks to give…..did you really give zero fucks? I feel like this needs a mathematical theory written about it. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 28, 2018 at 10:55 amYep. I can’t say “zero fucks given” though, that’s somebody else’s mantra. But yeah, your equations line up. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Meicher· Sep 28, 2018 at 1:09 pm $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Mitchell· Sep 28, 2018 at 7:03 pmOmg can so relate just one of them days is how I look at it $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;chrisrich· Sep 29, 2018 at 4:26 pmIs “Fuck that” a prayer? I want to think a sponsor told me that but maybe…… i just wish a sponsor told me that. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 30, 2018 at 8:42 amIt’s definitely a prayer. A “letting go” kinda prayer generally reserved for cloudy days. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;chrisrich· Sep 30, 2018 at 9:14 amOk I’m running with that!!!! $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Add a comment!  View original  
Withholding the Cheese Puffs
Content published: Sep 21, 2018 at 5:06 pm CDT· podcast published: Mar 12, 2019 at 11:00 am CDTGuys, I just witnessed a heated couples exchange inside one of our local Walgreens.A man was outright denying his wife of her Friday snacks because apparently she “already had her daily allotment of cheese puffs.”She then retorted or snorted, “Oh no, I’m a get my cheese puffs” with the bitterness you’d expect of dreams shattered in full view of the other drugstore patrons.I can see both sides really. I mean they sell a 20 ounce plastic tumbler of them (Market Pantry brand) at SuperTarget so they must be good. On the other hand... Well, I can’t think of another hand. I can’t come up with one good valid reason to deprive your girl of cheese puffs if she wants cheese puffs. You won’t get lucky tonight withholding their fluffy orange texture.Anyways, I thought for sure she was gonna hook his leg with her cane and send him to the floor in a crumpled heap of senior citizen. I’m sure it wouldn’t be the first time.I grabbed my receipt from the cashier and made my least hasty exit. The couple then disappeared down the food + drinks aisle so I have no finale for this yarn. Sorry.And now as I sit in the Walgreens parking lot on the corner of State Street and wherever I am, I’m enjoying these sweet, first, few drinks of this refreshing can (16 ounce) of Coca-Cola. It’s not the good stuff that the aforementioned SuperTarget imports from Mexico but it’ll do on this Friday afternoon.Anyways 2, happy weekend everybody. I hope this is your best one yet.#photos #snacks #soda #diariespodcastahrens· Sep 21, 2018 at 6:04 pmWhat’s up with the branch with leaves on it in your car? 😉 $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 21, 2018 at 6:12 pmI got it at the second Nightmare on Chicago Street I ever went to up in Elgin. It was laying on the ground in its own crumpled heap of plastic greenery as I was making yet another of my least hasty exits. When I got back to my truck I stuck it into my cigarette lighter outlet thing and it’s lived there ever since… 🌿 $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 21, 2018 at 6:41 pmWAIT. That’s a lie. It’s not in the cigarette lighter outlet. It’s in the keyhole next to it that controls the airbags!I didn’t want to run the risk that this garden-variety plastic ivy one would find at your neighborhood Joann’s art and craft store would catch fire.In related news… One time I put my truck key in the keyhole, hoping it would open the door way to Narnia. But alas there was no such transportation reward. Only shed tears in the salty realization that I would indeed have to go to work. 😢 $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;ahrens· Sep 21, 2018 at 7:14 pmThank you for your honesty. My first thought was maybe it was eucalyptus and you had a koala bear. That would be pretty rad. Please know, I do not judge a man’s greenery he keeps in his car. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;McIntyre 13· Sep 21, 2018 at 10:37 pmThis thread makes me smile. 😁 Or maybe it’s just my muscle relaxant kicking in. Either way thanks for the laugh guys $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 22, 2018 at 8:29 amMy two cents but the koala ain’t a stranger to muscle relaxants. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Shari H· Sep 21, 2018 at 6:16 pmLook…if you’re gonna feed us interesting tidbits on conversations overheard. You’re gonna hafta stick around for the ending. You’re public depends on you! $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Roda· Sep 21, 2018 at 6:18 pmMFer, don’t mess with my comfort food after a hard day on a Friday. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Redmondton· Sep 21, 2018 at 6:41 pmPint can legit, strong work $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Murisa DM· Sep 21, 2018 at 7:43 pmAre you an author? You should write a book… your stores are so funny and so well written. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 21, 2018 at 9:04 pmI regularly submit my stuff to publishers, etc. but so far nobody’s been interested. 🙄 $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Finkler· Sep 21, 2018 at 10:24 pmI loved this!!We do love our cheese puffs tho.. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Pad Nevin· Sep 21, 2018 at 11:02 pmLiterally clicked the comment section just to ask this question. Past few posts I read are the most simplest interactions that can and likely happen daily and you make it interesting to read. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 22, 2018 at 8:11 amThank you! $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 22, 2018 at 8:34 amI write more serious stuff, too. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;ahrens· Sep 21, 2018 at 8:00 pmWalgreens is always located at the corner of HAPPY and HEALTHY, not State and “whatever” $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 22, 2018 at 8:27 amI don’t know. I go into the St. Charles’ Walgreens on the corner of Main Street and Sweet Tomatoes a couple times a week and there’s one cashier that’s borderline anti-happy.Seriously, she asks for my Walgreens Rewards card each and every visit regardless of how many times I’ve said, “Listen shopping gestapo, you’re not tracking how many sodas I buy in the name of steep discounts and customer perks!”Well, my wit’s not that quick in public or under Freddie’s pressure so that’s what I like to think I’ll say the next time I’m standing in her aisle as she’s questioning the cards in my wallet and reviewing a 3” ecig box with a scrupulous monocle, flipping the box over and over again looking for the 2” barcode.It’s on the fracking back where 90% of the barcodes in the world are!!! $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;ahrens· Sep 22, 2018 at 8:14 amOk. First, Henry is my homie. He is so nice. Next, ecigs are bad news. When you know better, you do better. You have one set of lungs, take care of them. Finally, I use my bucks on Cheetos 😂 $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Mustari Jones· Sep 22, 2018 at 8:27 amahrens, you are friggin killing me. 😂🤣 $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Mustari Jones· Sep 22, 2018 at 8:29 amThis is LITERALLY the best thing on the internet this weekend. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;ahrens· Sep 22, 2018 at 8:34 amThis is such a deep conversation, right? Love it. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;ahrens· Sep 22, 2018 at 8:44 amPerhaps Walgreens is not your scene. For all of the times I have entered my rewards number, I have yet to be rewarded. CVS is where it’s at. Once you get over the fact that your receipt is as long as 3 football fields, you realize you win the lotto during every shopping experience. I earn all of these bucks for whatever reason and I just roll with it. Some people are addicted to crack and/or bath salts but CVS is my weakness. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 22, 2018 at 3:38 pmThere’s this dude named Henry that works at the CVS close to my house. He’s worked there ever since I moved to my neighborhood back in the 00s. He, too, asks for my CVS card every time I see him. Even if we’re not in CVS. One time I was out feeding homeless children on the upper west side on a sunny Saturday, not unlike today. Henry pulled up, in what I assume to be his blue BMW and Keanu shades, and said, “CVS card…” in his oh so cool Nigerian accent.I might spring for a CVS card if they sold ecig paraphernalia by the pound but they seem to be anti-nicotine these days. And then they got those midget shopping carts that people still insist on filling up like their at Costco on Randall.Regardless, the real question is what do you do with all your earned bucks? Do they automagically discount your next receipt when you go in? $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;ns kraut· Sep 21, 2018 at 9:52 pmThat will be me and my husband in 30 years. He already tells me i can’t get more cheese its. I need a cane… $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 22, 2018 at 8:14 amYou could probably buy one at Walgreens. If not, Riley Drug (also on State Street and whatever) carries them. I’ve tried their canes out. Clean finish, solid construction, helpful staff. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Steer Steerup· Sep 23, 2018 at 9:15 amShe’s diabetic and shouldn’t have carbs. He cares about her. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Add a comment!  View original  
Stop looking for proof
Content published: Sep 21, 2018 at 11:23 am CDT· podcast published: Mar 10, 2019 at 10:33 am CDTLooking for reasons why things would fail used to be a big part of my day.I devoted hours to it. Always poking around under the hood for clues to prove that whoever I’d gotten close to was up to no good. That I was going to get hurt. That people were evil.Reviewing all the data at frequent intervals.If that all sounds dumb it’s because it was.I didn’t trust people or the cosmos. I knew the fingerprints were somewhere, I just had to find them. Keep dusting, keep analyzing. Always teetering on the brink of crazy.Where is the evidence?When I didn’t find any, it didn’t matter. I knew something was there somewhere. I just had to keep looking. Patiently waiting for some unspoken testimony because sooner or later I’d get a confirmation, a conviction, and then all my doubts and nightmares would come true.And then if I did get absolute confirmation that there was indeed absolutely nothing going on, I couldn’t even relax with the sound judgement that everything was good. I was too battle-exhausted from my search. I was too shaken by the possibility that it could happen, that I could find something.I needed to stop looking for proof. Do you know what happened when I did look? I made the very people who loved me crazy. I pushed them away until they left.I’m divorced twice. It’s a real thing that we bring what we most fear into our lives by being absurdly afraid of it.Looking at my case files it's pretty clear now that it was never about the other person or what they were doing. It was about me and my insecurities. I needed to “quit” all the scrutiny if I wanted to have a healthy, peaceful connection with another person.With Sara, I still keep a close eye on things but in this very moment I look for proof why things *will* work. Reverse the numbers and flip the math. Cherish the very reasons why love wins. Embrace what flows freely when I be my best self.And then all my hopes and dreams come true.#lettherebehope #relationships #diariespodcasttism· Sep 21, 2018 at 11:43 amThat is a very hard thing to do. Congrats to you sir. :-) $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 21, 2018 at 12:05 pmYep. Dealing with my insecurities was the hard part for me. After that then the search for clues wasn’t important. 😊 $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;jimi hindrance experience· Sep 21, 2018 at 12:16 pmYou deserve this. Unreasonable Happiness is your birthright. Claim it. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;jimi hindrance experience· Sep 21, 2018 at 12:17 pmWho’s the critter in the frame? $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 21, 2018 at 1:06 pmI believe it to be a praying mantis but usually I don’t know what I’m talking about. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;sprout· Sep 21, 2018 at 1:55 pmThis rings very true for me, as it most likely does for many. Especially those of us who come from a world of using and abusing, there is often more hurt, abuse, betrayal than not. But growing older and learning to trust your partner… that’s actually a way of trusting yourself. And that has been the hardest part for me. Thank you for sharing this, Travis. It gives me some things to reflect upon and appreciate today. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 21, 2018 at 2:44 pm> there is often more hurt, abuse, betrayal than notFor sure. There’s a reason why we are the way we are. I also believe that you can trust yoruself. There’s nothing but good inside you. 😊 $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Add a comment!  View original  

Stop looking for proof

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Like I'm going to fall over
Content published: Apr 17, 2018 at 7:26 pm CDT· podcast published: Mar 8, 2019 at 8:58 am CDTI haven’t been writing as much because I’ve been struggling with my nicotine addiction. All sorts of things happen and don’t happen when I try to quit.Sometimes I’ll spout off something about quitting on social media or whatever but lately I’ve just been keeping my struggles to myself. Because unless somebody was a daily smoker for over 30 years, they don’t really get it. I know people are trying to help but move along. Sometimes we just need to vent.And then vaping made my addiction even worse because I could do it anywhere at anytime. I would vape at Maggie’s school during her recitals and in team meetings at work, too. I would use my vapor in the dentist’s restroom before I went in to see them.When I go into withdrawal my ears will ring. Ring to the point that I can hear them in the next room. My head will start to hurt. Like I have a vice slowly squeezing my temples. It’s not a sharp pain but dull and warm and oh so intense. And when it’s really bad I’ll start to get lightheaded. Like I’m going to fall over. Detox always makes my stomach bloated and gurgly regardless of which drug it is. My intestines will fill with witches brew and putrid toxins.I’ve not been sleeping that great at night which makes it hard for me to concentrate throughout the day. Concentrate on writing or whatever. And then because I’m tired I drink more caffeine. In the early evening when I’m dragging both feet I'll make a couple cups of coffee because I’m missing my old smoking friend. I’ll jump from one drug to another. Trade this addiction for that one. I didn’t realize I was even doing it at first with the coffees because when you’re a drug addict the addiction is sneaky and silent.I've quit smoking probably 20 times and generally end up smoking again because the physical pain gets to be too much. And I know that if I smoke or vape or whatever all that pain goes away.And then I stopped this morning and bought a pack cigarettes because the hellfire withdrawal had been kicking my ass for the better part of two days. I’ll do that every now and then, buy a pack, smoke one or two and then throw the unsmoked away.I never tell anyone when I buy a pack of cigarettes because everybody is always disappointed. Because I’m the poster child for success or something....It was snowing this morning. In the middle of April. And as I was standing outside the gas station smoking, a guy came up to me and asked for a cigarette. He had to be at least 20 years younger and wasn't wearing a winter coat. He was missing half of his index and middle fingers on one hand. He had a plastic grocery sack full of things he hadn’t bought recently.He seemed reluctant to ask me for a smoke but he still did because nicotine is a powerful bitch. I gave him three cigarettes and he was more than grateful. I could see the look of relief on his face. I treated him with dignity and respect because all people deserve that no matter where they are in life. No matter what really.He reminded me of my 19 year old self when I lived in Cedar Rapids with one of my brothers. No job, no money, and desperately needing something to fill my soul. Standing in the morning snowfall regardless of the cold, feeding my addictions however I could.Somehow I made it out of that era with all my fingers and toes attached. But I easily couldn't have. Somehow I made it out of that life alive and now have my own house, a career, beautiful daughters, a gorgeous girlfriend, and all that.Somehow I made it over the hump and to the place where I have a choice in life.Driving away I wish I would’ve given him the whole pack. I wanted to tell him that he could make it out, too. Make it out of whatever place he was in. That life is bigger than where your next cigarette comes from.But I didn’t think about any of that until I was driving away. Plus, I’m suspicious by default.Anyways, never underestimate the impact you have on people, especially strangers.#confessional #smokersunite #diariespodcast support the show →Add a comment!  View original  

Like I'm going to fall over

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The notion that I can quit
Content published: Sep 19, 2018 at 8:19 pm CDT· podcast published: Mar 7, 2019 at 10:18 am CDTMy favorite Freakonomomics[1] podcast is from a few years back. It’s beautifying titled, The Upside of Quitting.It’s also the only podcast I’ve listened to more than twice. The episode is one of those things that changed everything. It’s become part of my spiritual condition. The notion that I can quit has become part of who I am.We’re all familiar with the dogmatic mantra:Winners never quit.That’s all fine and good if we play football but not if we’re dying inside because our life is horrible.Let me give you three examples:If we’re in a relationship where we feel suffocated or maybe where we feel lonely, we need to quit. Get out of it. Things aren’t going to change or get any better just because we’re sad.If we go to a job every morning and feel miserable, we need to quit. Desperately pleading to the almighty or flat out ignoring the crisis won’t make our misery stop. It’ll be on our minds tomorrow. Before we even get to work.If mowing our yard is simply dreadful, we need to quit cutting the grass and get somebody else to do it. Spending a Saturday with yardwork nagging at our soul will only end up ruining our whole weekend.Suffering isn’t a badge of honor or something to be proud of. It’s bullshit. And we won’t sleep any better until we quit believing that anything but first place will do.There’s something to be said for loyalty and persistence for sure but quitting when the situation demands it is something that’s often overlooked or ignored altogether. Sometimes it’s easier to just stay stuck than revolt. But staying stuck is not something we’ll ever want to tell our grandkids about. Wouldn’t it be grand to tell them the story of the great revolution that made the world magical again?Quitting is decisive and final.It’s not fruity, metaphysical, or abstract. It’s concrete and effective. We feel release when we quit. All the hurt will stop.Sometimes it takes time to quit, especially when we’re in the middle of something big or entangled in something painful. When I quit drinking it took months.[2] Getting ready and absolutely wanting to quit was most of the battle.The road we walk is ours. Our future is up to us and not our partner, not our boss, and not the dandelions. We don't have to be along for just their ride.And we have to firmly believe that we deserve nice things as well. I’m telling you now that you do. The moon and the stars are all hanging in the sky just for you.Quit. What it that's making you unhappy. Quit.#photos #flowers #protip #freakonomics #diariespodcastNot familiar with Freakonomics? Don’t worry it all began when... “New York journalist and author Stephen J. Dubner went to Chicago to write about award-winning economist Steven D. Levitt for The New York Times Magazine.” Find it on your local NPR station. ↑I started wanting to quit drinking in June 2011. Needed to in August. Should have in December. And finally did in February. ↑jimi hindrance experience· Sep 19, 2018 at 8:38 pmVery cool. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 19, 2018 at 8:45 pmThankies 😊 $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;jimi hindrance experience· Sep 19, 2018 at 8:56 pmUnreasonable Happiness is your birth right. It’s been credited to me but I heard it somewhere. Sitting with others of my ilk. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 19, 2018 at 10:04 pmI often hear you say that in my head 😊 $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;JJ· Sep 19, 2018 at 9:13 pmThanks for the tip… look forward to listening to on my a.m. drive. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 19, 2018 at 10:05 pmLet me know what you think. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Botsford· Sep 19, 2018 at 9:42 pmBoy what we do to quit, some of the hardest decisions I have ever made was just that!!! After all the agony the relief is so worth those good choices! Thanks for the reminder 😊 $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 19, 2018 at 10:05 pmYep! $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;barberblademaiden· Sep 19, 2018 at 9:47 pmFind the NPR This American Life episode about the New York super in the 70s. It’s the wildest thing I’ve ever heard, listened to it a bunch of times over the years $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 19, 2018 at 10:07 pmThat sounds vaguely familiar! I’ll investigate. 😊 $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;barberblademaiden· Sep 19, 2018 at 10:18 pmThere are bags of acid and assassinations it was epic $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;jimi hindrance experience· Sep 19, 2018 at 10:37 pmYou’ve given me reason to live. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;barberblademaiden· Sep 20, 2018 at 10:07 amFound it! https://www.thisamericanlife.org/323/the-super $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 20, 2018 at 10:24 amSweet! I’ll put it on now. Hopefully it’ll go with my glitter. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 20, 2018 at 10:36 amBOOBY TRAPPED LIGHTBULBS $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;barberblademaiden· Sep 20, 2018 at 2:21 pmDammit, you’re getting all sorts of ideas, aren’t you $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 20, 2018 at 2:37 pmI definitely want to booby trap something now. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;sinceresarcasm· Sep 19, 2018 at 10:14 pmI’ll have to check this one out! $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;sadiebug92· Sep 20, 2018 at 12:03 pmQuitting college=best choice of my life. Quiting certain energy draining jobs…also very good choice. 🤷‍♀️ now I carhop during lunch hours, am available for my family and don’t feel like I’m dying on the inside. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;tcr!· Sep 20, 2018 at 2:40 pmGood for you. Dying on the inside means we ain’t living inside or out. $m.wand.ajax_click=true;$m.wand.lightswitch=true;Add a comment!  View original  

The notion that I can quit

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