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September 15, 2011


Drew Byrne

Occasionally, in living life in the fast lane, we do not quite manage to meet up with our destined "soul-mates", which I suppose is a good reason to take what you can get at the time. However, if you don't get anyone to live your life with in a reasonably-civil partnership, really, it is not so much a "big issue" as much as the constant results of an inconstant irrelevance being played out in real time, and there can be no other remedy for that but death, which must be a good thing eventually, as, after all, death ultimately pays all debts, personal or otherwise.


Happyness is a warm gun fit snug in your favourite holster hombre!

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