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So over night trains in the USA. They are very strange. In the carriage there were at least two bums and one amputee, several loud snorers. None of them looked actively dangerous and only one was talking to himself. One person eschewed the reclining seats and leg rests in favour of the floor, with their legs splayed out into the aisle. I slept …
... detailed personal anecdotes about the candidates (that are completely untrue) and gives odds on the candidates straight out of Vegas, so he says. He had the ability to be detached from the real world and maintain journalistic integrity simultaneously when the two should be mutually exclusive.
Thompson's intentionally dissociative lifestyle is what draws me to his work and was the main reason I chose his works to read for this trip. I have no desire to move into a compound ...
Our Last Day.
Barb and I rode the sight seeing bus again. We did the uptown loop which includes Central Park, Strawberry Fields, Dakota House, Harlem, Museum Road, Lots of Cathedrals etc.
After another round of Margaritas at the Olive Garden we headed to the airport.
AU Revoir New York!!
... Jug band music, traditional, original.
4:15pm Jerron "Blind Boy" Paxton – Blues guitar, stride piano, old time banjo and fiddle.
5pm The Whiskey Spitters – Blues, jug band, old time and novelty songs.
5:45pm Elijah Wald – Folk singer, all the way from Boston. Not to be missed!
6:30pm Feral Foster – Original songs and occasional blues with harmonica.
Check out some of the videos ...
... a trampoline place he went to last weekend and I’ve got his email address so we can meet up this weekend and go there together. It’s called ‘Brooklyn Beast’ and it’s further
down in Brooklyn. During class I met James again (from the flying trapeze) now he told me about having an audition that day. And it reminded me that I still have to tell you guy’s two things I’ve learned about the people here. The first ...