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sex,drugs,alcohol o'malley - rat race I don’t believe it...

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Bro. Tom p. 08 Connotation of Alcohol, Sex, Drugs on the Rat Race Basically what O’Malley says is that there is a way to avoid the rat race, and that is to not become part of it to begin with. Do your job willingly and lovingly; otherwise you might as well not do the job. My take on it is if you accept a job you dislike greatly, it is not worth the time, because as I was once told, “ Do what you want to do, no matter what everyone else tells you, because if you don’t do what you want to do, you’ll have a job that will end up killing you.” The rat race is a kind of conformity, and there is no argument there. You follow the leader and you accept whatever the leader does. Alcohol, sex and drugs supposedly help you escape from the rat race, but I believe it’s a load of crap. Honestly, I don’t drink, smoke, or have sex. If you need any of those to escape the
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Unformatted text preview: rat race, I don’t believe it should effect how you escape from the rat race. Just hanging out with my friends is good enough; basically all of those to me are stress-filled, because of consequences to come from that. Hanging out with my friends reduce the amount of stress, so therefore the help me escape from the rat race. Basically to me alcohol, sex, and drugs help you escape from reality for a momentary point in time. Doing drugs and alcohol, I believe when you aren’t responsible to be handled (alcohol), should not be even a thought. In turn O’Malley was right about not doing any of these, because when u come back from your high, buzz, or bliss your going to hit the ground pretty hard....
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