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January 27, 2013
You know what? There's only so much Buddhisty, Zenny, meditate-y, love-thy-neighbor, count-to-ten-before-getting-angry, deep breath, be-the-bigger-man, don't-sweat-the-small-stuff, Oprah-gratitude, om-namaste-downward-facing-dog, white-light-and-love, circle-jerky platitudinous poppycock I can stand before I really WILL let people know how I really feel, even though by dint of their having said that, often with a chuckle barely covering a sigh, that they think I've already said too much.

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: "Tell me how you really feel" is a flimsy, pusillanimous, passive-aggressive way of expressing disapproval. The next time someone says it to me, though, I'm going to take him literally.