How to Keep It Real When Everything Has Gone Wrong
Ladies and gentlemen, party people and displaced souls,
we’re now reluctant refugees of a scratch-and-dent world.
This moment would mimic countless others we’ve squandered
were it not for this impromptu sermon. We should know better
than to be reckless with the truth. Honesty is careless by nature,
a master of bad timing, a deadbeat father repeating his litany
of stillborn promises. You...