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Thursday, June 15, 2006 

Modern drunkard

Today's Doonesbury brings us this quote from Jewel, in their "Say What?" section:

I grew up singing for alcoholics, and it never really seemed like alcohol fixed anything. I was afraid that it would get me. Around 30, I kind of realized that alcohol really does solve all your problems. Whoever said drinking doesn't help lied. You live and you learn.

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