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High Street 3.4 — Downhill Racing (cont.)

“Not-knowing is crucial to art, is what permits art to be made.  Without the scanning process engendered by not-knowing, without the possibility of having the mind move in unanticipated directions, there would be no invention.” — Donald Barthelme, “Not-Knowing” (from Not-Knowing, ed. Herzinger)

High Street 3.4 — “Downhill Racing” (cont.) is posted today.

(Tomorrow: High Street 3.5 — “Downhill Racing” (cont.))

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2 Comments

  1. I’m finally catching up on your posts. They’re like a cool drink of water with a vodka chaser. Just what I needed.

    • Thank you for stopping by. I could use a drink myself but it’s still morning and I don’t dare go to the office with the water of life on my breath. Cheers!

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