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St. Louis – a rebutal September 5, 2005

Posted by Matt Hurst in Uncategorized.
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the problem with this small town atmosphere is that its all very insular. you can’t just move in and find out about these places in town – we are suspicious of strangers the way a small town is. though we’ll give people directions to places we don’t know out of courtesy, we have to ask the infamous high school question – which is a nice way to ask about class.
we have the highways of LA with the hoosiers of cleveland. yes there are glimmers of culture around us, but the majority wants to privatize that too – close the parks as private gardens. we see some cool stuff, but it is nowhere near the glory the city has known in the past. this is just another city in the rust belt, destined to rot back into the river…

still, it beats the shit out of anywhere else in this state. i will miss it when i have to leave.

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1. lostininerspace - September 5, 2005

Leave to a place you want to make a life. This place is not a bad foundation,
but it is all about what you do with what you got.
And I would be sad to come back in fifteen years and find you here on more then just a social visit.

2. skewgee - September 6, 2005

i will finish school first, and get my graduates someplace else. we are looking into it.

even if not, relocation is definitive. i will let you all know. possibly using livejournal

3. eazymeat6969 - September 6, 2005

if you go, for the love of god, leave me a forwarding address.

and i won’t rebut your rebuttal.. however, there’s a hell of a lot here that i personally am grateful for. especially certain corners of the art community..


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