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July 29, 2008

"I have been thinking a lot about changing my life to a completely different era"

Listen to this description of the 1979 sensitive college student, penned by a man who had just bought a moped:

Occasionally crashing my Puch and throwing myself on the ground crying. Listening to My Aim is True and drinking cheap chianti as fast as I can so I can stick a candle in it to put on my board and concrete block bookshelves. Riding around on my moped and dressing like I was in a Wes Anderson movie.

Linked from a post on one of my favorite blogs, Dinosaurs and Robots.

Posted by pedalboy at July 29, 2008 3:22 PM | TrackBack
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I like it when you blog.

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