Mock Sandy Springs Patch News Item

Sandy Springs Psychologist recognized locally as “Another Semi-Retired Guy Who Thinks He’s Sort of Like David Sedaris”. 
 
Cliff Mazer, Ph.D. was noted (mostly on his own rather obscure website) to have written hundreds of very clever blogs, out-of date scholarly contributions, weird news posts, and semi-narcissistic Facebook references to support his rapidly collapsing executive ego, self-esteem, physical appearance, and C4-7 cervical vertebrae. Convinced he must obtain external validation and social approval from his peers, hipsters and random Millennial generation web users (many of whom no longer read complete sentences) he has consistently made an ass of himself on countless social media/digital news websites including impulsive reader response postings on HuffPost and TMZ and throughout his CaptCliff WordPress blog. Fortunately, all fall short of the abject embarrassment of Corey Feldman’s incredibly shameful “Ascension Millennium” video. Mazer ponders many disparate subjects when he is not neurotically pondering death, and has at times caught himself bolstering his shrinking self-importance in the vast Cosmos by thinking of himself as a  “Renaissance Man”, “so smart that others dont appreciate my kind of brain”, and “a kind of idiot-savant…heavy on the savant”. Deep down he knows he is not alone in his deluded fantasies of being a half-decent writer and a humanist-humorist. In addition, he has read numerous blogs by other intelligent older men with crappy computers and permanent AOL memberships who scare the crap out of him because it’s like he’s looking into some freaky 60-something Twilight Zone Baby Boomer mirror.
 

About captaincliff

Psychologist by day, insomniac Pirate blogger by night, this Child of God likes to share sarcastic social commentary as well as topsy-turvy observations about life, love and the pursuit of zaniness, a functional form of insanity in an increasingly insane world
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