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Hate to be the one BREAKING BAD news, but being entertained by Meth USE makes you LOSE!

Breaking Bad News

I concede that I am no expert at all on the television phenomenon known as “Breaking Bad.”


However, I DO know very strongly that the abuse of crystal methamphetamine has caused MASSIVE destruction of lives, careers, families, peace of mind, and of course physical health, with death not being uncommon.  Not meaning to judge anyone, but I strongly dislike the idea of being fascinated or intrigued by a show that seems to find that kind of thing interesting or entertaining in the least.  Not saying it (totally) glamorizes it, not meaning to be naive or ignorant about the reality of drug use in America, but I simply do not like that show even though I’ve never seen it.

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(1st Thessalonians 5:22)

Here is a landmark LDS General Conference address that is related in that it addresses the destructive nature of drug abuse (prescription and/or narcotic). However, as is always true of the gospel, there is hope even for those who have made mistakes in these regards.

Read here. 

    Brothers and sisters, stay away from any kind of substance that may trap you. Even one sniff of something or one pill or one drink of alcohol can lead to addiction. A recovering alcoholic told me that just one drink is the difference between addiction and sobriety. Satan knows this. Do not let him hook you with his artificial lures that can quickly turn into addiction.


Yeah, so all these things (and more too!) considered, I will stay as far away from drugs as possible, even when it comes to a television show which perhaps seeks to portray recreational and/or heavy drug use as trivial, lucrative, or otherwise beneficial.

Plus, I much prefer GOOD



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I was a satirist…


before I even fully knew what that meant!


Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift would be so proud!

Check out my approach to satire here. 

For those who may not quite understand, I was exploiting the stereotype that Mormon girls often get married and pregnant very young.  Here is another self-satire.

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