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To be clear: The "rot" is not a necessary component of living in the suburbs, being married, kids, etc., but it can and does exist. And, it's not necessarily impossible to be married. Yates just identifies some very common traps of both conditions. I don't want to give the wrong idea here.

Lord of Pain

Hey now --out of touch friend? Granted, I lose my grasp on reality every now and then. Okay, and I'm terrible at calling. And fine, so I don't write you. And yes, I haven't visited. But haven't you been getting my many mental projections?
--I'll call you soon, T.

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