Once again, we feel compelled to dive deep into the somewhat depressing, solidly entertaining and eternally disturbing world that is Lubbock's Craiglist.

It's a pit of hopelessness, despair, depravity, and amateur (ahem) plumbers. It's like The Lion King when Mufasa tried to advise to Simba to keep his furry butt at home.

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Never, ever go there.

Looking at the various categories, or "communities," one stood out today that I had never checked out before. It's a section called "Rants & Raves." One would think that it's a section for people who aren't buying or selling anything, and are just looking for a place to spot off opinions. I honestly thought that there would be a long list of amateur conspiracy theorists, street corner preachers and general whack-a-doos. You know, like Facebook.

Instead, I found tumbleweeds.

Just ONE lonely post.

Screenshot: Craigslist.com

That's it. Just ONE entry. Unlike the "Missed Connections" section, which is still a digital dumpster fire.

At first, I was also taken aback by the fact that the anonymous poster in question had misspelled the word 'religion.' Nope, that was intentional.

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When I clicked on the post, I found an explanation for the perceived spelling error, as well as a fairly heartfelt plea for togetherness and a question of choosing the correct path.

Screenshot: Craigslist.com

I will admit, I was invested in this right up until I read the following words:

 

I have a "Live Friendly" courtesy pie that resides in my heart. As long as my heart is beating, the pie is baking.
I will begin each tomorrow, sharing my pie with as many souls as I can reach.

 

A "courtesy pie"?

Dammit, now I just want pie. I don't need saving, I don't need redemption; I need a slice of cherry pie.

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Mmmmmm, pie.

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