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These are my personal notes on David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest (I’m well aware at how obnoxious this might seem). It’s a completely unedited “diary”, if you will, so I don’t assume anyone’s going to read the whole thing (it’s about 25 pages long, I think). 14,890 more words
That nobody who’s ever gotten sufficiently addictively enslaved by a Substance to need to quit the Substance and has successfully quit it for a while and been straight and but then has for whatever reason gone back and picked up the Substance again has ever reported being glad that they did it, used the Substance again and gotten re-enslaved; not ever.
— David Foster Wallace, Infinite Jest