now i'm back, but in the interval i've been toying with some ideas that i'm not completely convinced about yet. they are pretty far out there. feelings of apathy can hopelessness can do that to you. i hope this phenom will prove to be short-lived. we'll see.
meanwhile, what i have been doing:
|Food Not Bombs at Monroe Park Sunday afternoon.|
|Shockoe Cemetery in Richmond's worst end...|
|Hebrew Cemetery in Richmond, across the street from Shockoe Cemetery, and nestled between the valley and some of Richmond's public housing projects.|
indeed, that might be the whole problem with our media today: too many voices raised at once, and all of them spouting the same party line time and time again. even if you depart from current affairs to something narrower -- like enthusiast websites for whatever your hobby or favorite pastime is -- it's always the same people repeating the same narrow points of view, the same opinions, that you read yesterday and the day before...
ephemera, most of it. i'm looking for something with staying power, but which hasn't been done to death.