Tales from Scott McLane

When Scott McLane told us that the Anonymous people wasn’t real life, I knew he had a story to tell. Charismatically, McLane reeled us through a story of addiction that I knew all too much to be true. From the debating to kill yourself to disappointing your family, I knew he was the real deal. I know the system isn’t perfect but he overcame. He’s a very real person.

McLane brought a friend of his who goes to meetings every single day. I have to be honest, I was shocked. How can you give up that amount of time to sitting in a basement? I don’t know how he does it. But everyone does what works for him and I don’t fault him for it. If anything, I admire him.

 

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Megan Milligan

Megan Milligan is a junior at Temple University, majoring in Journalism. A photographer, she loves traveling capturing everything along the way. She is from Delaware County, Pennsylvania. She was junior editor of the Delaware County Community College newspaper, The Communitarian. She has also contributed to both The Temple News and The Chestnut Hill Local. Contact Megan at tug67922@temple.edu.

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By Megan Milligan