No one wants the seat of judgment to be in a center of a friendship. People may change but when it comes to a point of alienation where one is actually pivoting their power issues against the other, than its time to talk. When that can't happen, its hard to understand someone who uses social media to engage the frenemy further. That's not what life is about. When you have good friends, you already know their failures. You don't try to take them down in rough times. Its one thing if you know someone six months but when you have known them 1/4 of a century, there's really no reason why you can't table your issues with them. This is a story about someone who doesn't like confrontation and things are laying loose forever because that is how he intends it. He does not want to hear the word wrong if it was spelled out in a mirror. But where is his version of right really getting him?
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