Saturday, May 24, 2008

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

A defeated wail can weaken even the coldest heart. Those with too much compassion can find themselves in untenable situations, in which their propensity for mercy can lead to a violent repercussion of correction. An attempt at inculcation fails to dissuade the selfless, and a price must be paid. Luckily, some people never learn.

Friday, May 9, 2008

Cocaine Naplam Beach Party

The man with all the answers usually causes all the problems to begin with. That’s all forgiven if the party is obnoxious and decadent enough. The vultures probably know something we don’t, like “What’s really down in the water?”

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Some Mistakes you Never Stop Paying For: Weeded Out

Listen. “I don’t have to plan to fail. I just show up and it happens.” In a dank and cloistered room, a beaten man disseminates a tale of events that have run to an unfavorable conclusion. The consequences of picking a lifelong fight he has no possibility of winning is unfortunately coupled with a tenacious commitment to defeat. The Angel of Mercy can offer great instruction if only he is willing to listen.