“I do not feel the need to apologize to anyone for leaving my kids with their grandmother just for one night to go to that concert. And it had been a year. And with my almost non-existent social life, except for lunches with people at work, my kids had not left my side since then except when they go to school. I do not think it’s fair to judge me based on just that one night.”
Excerpts from my earlier entry In the mosh pit
It’s funny how we are judged based on little bad things we did while our other big good things go unnoticed.
But some people are lucky. They did so many bad things, being irresponsible and uncaring all the time. And getting away with it. And once in a blue moon, they do a good thing, and tributes came from all over about how wonderful they are and everything. I am certainly not one of those lucky people. But I know some people among them. If only other people can see they are not such big hotshots after all.
-hazrock, no bets in Vegas