Different Kinds of Rice

Once you let yourself see it, it’s there all the time.

A nice long read from John Metta.

Props to Jan Greico for sharing this. I found this article to be riveting and very relevant.

On a somewhat related note, here is a conversation I overheard between two young boys in my neighborhood when I was walking home from work.


Kid 1: You know that kid, Phil? He’s not black right?
Kid 2: No, he’s Mexican.
Kid 1: He kind of looks Asian.
Kid 2: No, he’s Mexican.
Kid 1: But that’s kind of the same thing, right?
Kid 2: No, it’s not the same thing! I mean, they both like to eat rice on stuff. But they like different kinds of rice.

A hot day on Peaks Island

Yesterday, Megan and I set sail for Peak’s Island for an audition. It was scorching hot, with temps in the mid 90’s. We walked about a mile down to the North end of the island. It was the first I’d seen that part of Peak’s, and it is really lovely. Unfortunately, I forgot to bring my camera so I couldn’t snap any pics. The good news is that we got into the play, and I’ll be able to go back for a photo walk. Here are a few quick ones I snapped with my phone.

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