9: Choose Your Own Adventure: The Blog Post

You finish reading the entire post through the same bleak fog that attends your actual work. Like a flagellant after a holy cleansing, you are filled with a sense of morbid accomplishment and false pride. Later, you will misquote this text, fudge a few of its statistics and then pass off several approximations of the author’s ideas as your own.

The End.

Miles Klee knows how it is.