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hangin’ with ghandi

At about halfway to the beach we come to a little town, there is a bar…I am thirsty…I say ‘Gandhi, let’s get a cold one‘. This despite the numerous Harley Davidson motorcycles parked in front. Gandhi walks inside. The darkness of the interior is impressive and total. As my eyes…

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simpler times

I’m thinking of some simpler time where you don’t throw away blenders, cell phones, VCR’s…where there isn’t a culture of planned obsolescence. Where there aren’t superstores, frozen yogurt or radial tires; instead, tell stories, own a goat, go for a walk. If you go too fast, you crash, you die.…

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drift

“I taste the salt water on my lips, and taking a mouthful, rinse some bitterness from my mouth; but still, some remains. She had kept the cancer a secret from us for a while, I don’t know how long exactly…”   by troy dockins   DRIFT: Definition: 1) to move…

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road trip with camus

Camus moves to the back seat and holds the beer on his lap. Sartre feeds the dog from the can of ALPO. The Poodle licks Camus and tries to sit in his lap, Camus sits rigidly, his face frozen in a mask of horror…”   by troy dockins   I…

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