To be fair, I called it a character flaw, but I'd revise that statement. It wasn't what I meant, what I was trying to get at is that alcoholism still has negative implications today, whether it is a psychological disease or whatever.
I still think Bukowski only went to the Nazi meetings for the free BEER. It's not like he went out and vandalized any Jewish owned businesses or anything.
Those Nazi morons thought that they could sell their ideals with beer. So I admire him for taking a chance and taking their FREE BEER. Bless Bukowski.
... the Irish wished the Nazis well in WWII because they loved anyone who inflicted pain on the British...
the sentiment of most....I guess the alcohol meant he lost his self restraint sometimes.
if only more people would realize that addiction is not voluntary thing, a lack of restaint,.. a crime, or a...... skip it.Addiction has about as much to do with restraint as....
the sentiment of most....
if only more people would realize that addiction is not voluntary thing, a lack of restaint,.. a crime, or a...... skip it.