wednesday, 25 

wednesday, 25

Framing History: Photography and the Civil Rights Movement, a photography lecture by renowned Memphis photographer Ernest Withers at the U of M Psychology Auditorium. And now I must vanish. As always, I don t really care what you do this week because I don t even know you, and unless you want to send me back to Vancouver for more research and to be healed, I m sure that I don t want to meet you. Besides, it s time for me to go feed my cats some of those coffee beans, have them pass through her intestines, sell them for a fortune, and hire a personal trainer and dietician, because I am fat.

T.S.

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