Pat Gunn (dachte) wrote,
Pat Gunn

A City on a Needle

Having some time to reflect on it, the Boston trip was a life-changing experience. How I react to it is up to me, but I am certain it has shifted the course of my life, one way or another. I may try to lift anchor earlier than I had planned, if it can be arranged. Everything I have and am is now withdrawn again into my hand, shaped like dice.

P.S. If I have any readers at MIT, please get in touch. Seriously.

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