For a long time everybody needed to endure problem-page scribblers using faux concern along with the odor of self-righteousness hanging on them like smog. They get mail from people they have got never met and so on the premise of a hundred words, offer life-changing advice.
Such pages are not actually for your sad people ready to hang out their dirty laundry in print within the remote hope of finding an approach to what ails them. They may be instead for your vicarious pleasure of voyeurs amongst the readership who don't think they have similar problems and so thinks holier-than-thou because they're nowhere close to fucked as individuals writing in.
Quite why anyone would ever want to bare their soul (along with their track record in some cases) to someone they don't know, amazes me. Don't these people have friends to open up to? Physicians to refer to? A bartender they may blubber to, even?
Don't despair. There's good news eventually for people tired with the current crop of lame advice from wooden tops like "'Dear Abby' and 'Ask Amy': Bubba, the antidote to any or all PC, problem page nonsense, is here! Ask Bubba is often a absolve to access blog. Do who you are a favor and check against each other. Just look at your health insurance policy before going to the site simply because you might bust a rib laughing.
Bubba is really a man with conviction-several convictions I think. Being a convicted felon doesn't allow you to a poor person, does it? Well, in Bubba's case it doesn't. He offers tips on diverse matters from resignation letters to disrespectful mechanics, sex and spirituality. His selfless concern for other people is legendary-he advised one correspondent to rest around to access her partner. Out of kindness Bubba suggested when she added one more infidelity to her tally she could visit him in prison for a lot of horizontal dancing. Whadda guy!
Bubba will be as welcome as Santa claus on Christmas Eve. The 23 hours of daily cell time granted by the state have given Bubba time for you to really contemplate the angst-ridden outpourings of his correspondents. But unlike his mealy mouthed mainstream counterparts, Bubba's email address details are a slam dunk right in that person. Telling another correspondent purchasing conversations having a partner who got snappy when in an undesirable mood Bubba tells her the best way her telephone conversations with Joe grumpy-pants comes after Joe says hello:
'Hi darling. Are you currently in a negative frame of mind?'
Bubba lacks any type of empathy, but produces in the party a welcome tinge of psychopathic disregard for that feelings of individuals he or she is meant to help. As he told one correspondent: 'You're a vulture. Go find another carcass to circle.'
For the problem with this, putting a number of Bubba's advice into practice may leave correspondents likely to prosecution in at the very least 38 states. He encouraged one correspondent to kidnap a dog. Now in Bay area dognapping can get you a 10-year stretch on Alcatraz. (Yes, I am aware Alcatraz is no longer open, though the authorities will be happy to start it up again simply to fill it up with dognappers.)
Maybe you're fortunate enough to belong to the 1% of humanity without having hang-ups. If you do, my advice to you is to get some fast-just in order to ask Bubba for advice.
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