In an open letter to Justin Bieber, Sean Bedlam stumbled on the existential statement of our time: "... neither you nor I actually exist and in fact nothing does but the race to get clicks on the internet. In much the same way as the reaction to climate change is to destroy the environment before the hippies make us save it, the answer to the question of how to make the most of the online world is let it use us until we no longer have a memory of anything that is good. In this way we will slide, numbed, into a wading pool of dead men’s piss, to drown and die as a race that decided making decisions was hard." Sean Bedlam's GROSS HABIT
The photo above is from Mashable, reporting how hockey fans in Chicago got their revenge for Bieber's clumsy move in the Blackhawk's locker room last July. So, the Blackhawks story has been mashed. by
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