Stephen King’s Carrie in everyday life at an actual coffee shop in New York City. Well played.
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Yup. I don’t know where “here” is, but it ain’t America. We did the same thing before leaving Japan.
Medicine here is so cheap. A daily med that I need costs me $15 for 28 pills. I just paid $10 for a 120 capsule bottle of the same pill. I bought 240. 8 months of this medicine for $20.
Writing for The Charlotte Observer I’ve been steadily unpacking our move back to the states. It’s like slowly waking up out of a dream.
From the early months of Covid-19: When the pandemic thwarted his long-held plan to leave Japan and return to America with his family, TW writer Tracy Jones felt desperate. Here, he reflects on why this feeling has changed. http://ow.ly/N3Uv50Ct3hW
We suppose to not be seen or heard unless it yields $$.
I live right across from this hotel and although I’m not in Ashland rn I hope to god the community shows the fuck up like they did when it was a national movement. IT HAPPENS HERE. BLACK LIVES MATTER. AIDAN ELLISON MATTERS. SHOW UP FOR HIM. https://twitter.com/trinityariee/status/1331713295967895553