check out this guy’s shirt
A sheet hangs outside the historic neighborhood mainstay with black blue yellow green purple and pink letters reading Germantown City Hall Atop two flights of stairs featuring makeshift wooden
Freeway bridge collapses into Washington river
AP: A major freeway bridge in Skagit County, Washington, collapsed Thursday night, dumping people and cars into water.
The portion four-lane Interstate-5 bridge that passes over Skagit River fell about 40 feet into the water at around 7 p.m. local time. The Skagit Valley Sheriff Department initially reported three people were rescued from water.
The bridge is a steel-truss bridge with a sufficiency rating of 57.4 out of 100, according to federal records.
Photo: North end of the I-5 bridge over Skagit River collapsed Thursday night. (Gina Cole / Skagit Valley Herald)
this is in fact one of my worst nightmares. when i’m stuck in traffic on the bay bridge i think of earthquakes and the slow fall into the bay, like the dreams i used to have where i would get to the top of a hill and then slow fall like lead in zero gravity down to my certain death. recently i watched a video on youtube of a plane doing that and i think i really shouldn’t have.
i was imagining today a conversation with yahné where she asks me why i chose to stay outside of germantown and where i answer “because i don’t want this project to be identified with me, because i don’t want to fool myself into thinking i live there, or i can feel what the neighborhood feels…”
but maybe instead, or maybe in a slightly separate development, it’s more about the hope that if the project isn’t identified with me then maybe it won’t end after i’m gone. and i was thinking maybe that’s success, but i think i want to stop thinking about success, about things being “successful.” i’d prefer it to be beauty: something you want to perpetuate.
did elaine scarry already write that?
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