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American Horror Story: The Cecil Hotel
Josh Dean
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November 2011:

“My computer and the internet is my one lifeline, one link to the world and reminder to look beyond my immediate situation because there is always more. Always. On one hand this helps me deal with the sadness but on the other hand I basically become a potato. On the outside I look like a catatonic hobo on my bed in front of a glowing screen (no sleep schedule whatsoever but this appears to be a norm for the jobless and the people on the internet) and not eating/sleeping/functioning like any “normal” person. And I shout at anyone saying “Maybe…. you should try getting off the computer?” Leave me alone, I’m happy, this makes me feel better, I need this, this is the one thing that makes me sane, I can’t deal with people, just leave me alone, this is something I can actually do, nobody is judging me, I feel less lonely because all these people think like me.”
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