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One day, while stuck in traffic, I had a vision.
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Here;s the way I did it 18 years ago. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSjI7LLwl5s
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Apparently the kids can’t be stopped. Twitter was built upon, and continues to grow “on the simple concept of …What are you doing—right now? What are your friends doing—right now?”
 
Right now? Why ‘right now’? There’s something—not desperate (because it’s beyond that), not trivial (because it’s less meaningful than triviality), not even childish (because it’s not that complicated)—-but spooky about the desire to reach out and tell everybody (anybody for that matter) what you are doing right now. Right now I’m typing. Right now, I’ve paused to think. I have no idea why this bothers me so much, right now. Right now I’m still thinking. Right now I’m wondering why ANYONE would care to track what I’m doing right now. (It’s a little weird that anyone should even pretend to care.)  I certainly don’t give a good goddamn (as my granddad used to say) what others are doing right now. It’s none of my business. Do whatever the hell you want right now, leave me out of it…right now.
In fact, leave me out of it later too.
 
Most of the kids right now are probably wishing that others would shut up about what they are doing right now so that they could say what they are up to right now.
from LOST in the DIN; Why Your Opinion on Politics and Religion Means Nothing, and mine means even less, by Henry Edward Fool
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“Where is the knowledge that is lost in information? Where is the wisdom that is lost in knowledge?” T. S. Eliot asked that. Of course—each trapped within their own peculiar and particular wealth of knowledge—the kids all ask, “Who is T. S. Eliot?” And how do you even begin to fight a thing like that? Meanwhile, if there is a rap artist out there named Wuz-Is, I don’t know anything about him, and I honestly feel that I can lead a full and happy life without that knowledge. I assume Wuz-Is is doing OK without knowing anything at all about me. So, as far as that goes, mutually assured ignorance is bliss.
from LOST in the Din; Why Your Opinion on Politics and Religion Means Nothing, and mine means even less, by Henry Edward Fool
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The moment immediately AFTER that woman in the station wagon ran the red light and T-boned me on my 650 Triumph in the middle of the intersection and I lay on the pavement under her front bumper after bouncing off the hood of her Monaco, and turned my head just in time to watch as my scooter wobbled off down Broad Street and then fell on its side and burst into flames... captured perfectly. Thanks, fellahs! It's just like living it all over again!
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