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Tales from a Brave Ulysses

IV. "Insults and Coffee with Woody Guthrie in Montana" Late-August, 2004. When we get to Montana it is afternoon. We have been driving east for about eight hours, making it onto I-90 out of Seattle at about seven or eight in the morning. Peeds is with me, a high school friend in the passenger seat, […]

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Tales from a Brave Ulysses

Power, Corruption, Lies, and Urine in Chicago. It is a grip on immortality we all hope we will somehow keep after we die. Maybe it's like this — somewhere there is a shy girl or boy, too timid to tell the object of their affections about their love, too timid to approach them without shaking, […]

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Tales from a Brave Ulysses

I. A Love Story in The Gates of Central Park I am in New York City. It is a few weeks ago. The Gates, an art project by Christo and Jeanne-Claude, are being unveiled this morning. I have, at this point in time, no idea about what is going to befall me in this day. […]

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