He didn’t have to do things for himself in everyday life any more

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“He didn’t have to do things for himself in everyday life any more. He didn’t have to go grocery shopping, he didn’t have to make his own dinner, he didn’t have to talk to his manager – somebody else could do all that for him. He had all this free time to just get into his own head, and there was a lot of dark stuff in there. I think he felt like he needed to live up to his own mythology. There was a pressure to be that guy that everybody thought he was. It was really dumb.”

Joanna Bolme

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