Sunday, July 17, 2011

Where's Shokai?


Creative Loafing, Atlanta's weekly alternative newspaper, ran a short article on Thursday's gloATL performance at the Lindbergh MARTA station, including a gallery of professional photographs far better than my little cell phone pics.

I bring this to your attention only to point out that in the picture above, that very suave-looking but slightly out-of-focus gentleman standing in the background on the leftr right, just behind the trash can, is your humble narrator.

Descartes once said, "I think, therefore I am" (in Zen, we sometimes expend that to say, "I think, there 'I' am my thoughts").  But most modern people now say, "I'm in the media, therefore, I am."

I made the Loaf.  I must exist.

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Jenny Woolf said...

Ha ! must have been weird to see yourself there. I understand your surprise at learning that you really do exist from other peoples' point of view.

Not sure that I believe that about myself though nevertheless :)