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The scene: Just before midnight, July 3, 1826, at Monticello. Thomas Jefferson is gravely ill after a series of strokes.
As of this moment I am practicing the letter. Sitting alone at my kitchen table, tonight, ten-thirty, I am practicing how to. . .
I travelled past foundries withered into dust
and boarded, tired caffeine stops
reclaimed now by the ivy holding
an original lien. . .
A rich man's hobby can have serious consequences for the rest of us.
This is what identity politics looks like when it has gone a little senile.
Episode 6: Amber and Sam talk about the FBI’s note-keeping, Corbyn’s manifesto, and public housing.