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I like to write. This is an archive of text I've written and probably performed or otherwise presented. I welcome anyone to pick this up and run with it, just don't plagarize or sell it or make a ton of money without cutting me in, ok?

Stuff here runs the gamut from talking pieces I've done at various axiom events to a full lenth play (nitewerk) that I produced and directed at the conclusion of my collegate career. I'll hopefull add more stuff as I make it up.

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Trips in Space and Time 8/02/03

Big Wheels in Berkeley
I scored a set of west-coast wheels today at the Ashby BART station flea market. It's a very tall schwinn road bike, black, deceptively heavy but smooth-riding. Thirty-five dollars to boot. I oiled and cleaned the works, dialed in the bakes and took it out for a shake-down cruise immediately. Nice riding on a beautiful saturday, realizing how out of shape I am as I wheezed my way though the hilly area behind the Berkeley campus.

After about an hour I started to get the swing of it. Made some minor mechanical adjustments (including a free wheel truing at the bike collective on Shattuck), drank a few liters of water and started finding my groove, cruising up and around and ending up with a beautiful view of the whole bay. The roads here are not kind to the speed inclined -- too many stop signs and crosswalks and lights -- but it was good to get out and proj for a while. This changes my summer dramatically.

...older trips...


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