18.11.11

*** Sidewalk Weekend! ***

Sidewalk Rating: Golden

Over the years the town changed a great deal from those early days. It had grown much larger, and was now a place of immense loneliness and institutionalized trepidation. People came to the town from all over the world to suffer; the place had become an international capital of anxiety, of waiting and fretting and fear that was mulled over and expressed in myriad languages. All of this suffering, anxiety, waiting, fretting, and fear was related to the mysteries of the human body and its frequently malign secrets.

[Brad Zellar, Hill Pilgrims.]


[Two men praying with a bible on a Minneapolis sidewalk.]


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