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where the body rests

Weird weather. Last night at 2 a.m. it was 61 degrees; now it's 23 degrees and snowflakes are falling. The cold front mocks me.

So it turns out the universe isn't green after all; it's a pallid beige. Or maybe ecru. They're taking suggestions for a better name at the website. And here's a little piece on one of Arizona's new congressional districts, which is so large and sparsely populated that no one is sure how to campaign there. Open land. Lord, am I homesick.

The other thing I forgot to mention about the Richter exhibit is that they had the candle painting used by Sonic Youth for the cover of Daydream Nation, three or four feet across and occupying its own wall. It was one of those moments where you turn the corner and go, "Oh, there's that." And Kim Gordon's monologue at the start of "The Sprawl" is taken from Denis Johnson's The Stars at Noon. It's all coming together.

 

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