Archive for October, 2006

Week 19 & 20 — Civilized, at least for now

Ice, as far as I’m concerned, is the singular mark of civilization. And as I watch the air-conditioner frost the morning windows like we were the coke in a can, I draw the inevitable conclusion that we have returned to society. Hyper-civilization, really, as we have landed in the lovely-and-very well-thought-out-town of Celebration, Florida, master planned by the Disney Corp. and very much like the set of the Truman Show.

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Week 18 – The East Coast Bluff

After driving for several hundred miles along the East “Coast” I can tell you there isn’t one. It’s a scam. Read the rest of this entry »

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Week 17 – Rain, rain, go away

When I woke up this morning, the world wasn’t lined up in its regular way for me. It was too early to tell why, but it was a rare moment of clarity that would not only prove me right, but — even more rare — make me wish I wasn’t. No need to jump to the end — no one gets hurt.

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