Tim Grobaty: Lent as a concept appeal...

Tim Grobaty: Lent as a concept appeals to nonbelievers as well

There are 1 comment on the Press-Telegram story from Feb 21, 2012, titled Tim Grobaty: Lent as a concept appeals to nonbelievers as well. In it, Press-Telegram reports that:

GIVE IT UP FOR LENT: My God, Lent is here already and, as always, we don't know what sort of sacrifice we're going to make during the 40-day period of voluntary abstinence.

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werenotfat

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#1 Feb 22, 2012
Oh my god. Another article by Tim Grobaty about not wanting to give up crappy food or booze, followed by a commercial for Joe Jost's. What could be next? An article beginning with a commercial for Joe Jost's, followed by a humorous article about his lack of will to forego fatty foods and booze?
Also, is there such a thing as "running out of things to say"? If so, what do writers do when that happens to them? Do they quit, or just keep typing until they are dragged away?

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