8 thoughts on “Chapter 3: And a Stick to Beat the Devil With, page 61”

    1. Well… He seems relatively fair, and charming enough when not thinking about his ex, nor having his credit-card stolen. Not having a hangover would also probably help.

      He’s not going to win any awards for tact or mood-stability, but I get the feeling that he was normal once, not long ago. He might even get that way again, if his luck changes soon enough.

    2. Dude, he had his money stolen and he’s probably hungover. I don’t think it’s unfair of him to be pissed at Ben.

      1. Poor Doctor Bash. He’s so upset and I get where he’s coming from. He’s been wronged and all he gets is the willing scapegoat who admits he is one. I’d feel pretty screwed over too. On the other hand, I’ve yet to see Ben blunder a conversation like this.

  1. i really like dr. bash. he’s like the ornery professor who tells you exactly what he thinks, but will totally go have a beer with you after class.

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