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"Adopting a punk persona was a way to cut myself off from a load of emotional baggage, a radical reinvention of the sad geek whose mom died and thus put his family’s dysfunctions on public display. There’s nothing as unwelcome or as unsettling in having a former contemptuous or apathetic stranger put his hand on your shoulder and ask if you’re feeling alright, his situational sensitivity at odds with all past interactions you might have had.
I used punk rockerhood as a form of emotional armor. It’s amazing how much personal space one can carve out with a Circle Jerks t-shirt and a studded wristband.”
(an advance excerpt from tomorrow’s post, which I’m still not sure whether I am proud or embarrassed of)
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WHAT YOU ARE ALL GETTING FOR CHRISTMAS.
(Those of you I like will also be given a quick merciful death.)
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(from Punk Lives #5)
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