Dec 292007
 

The interconnectivity and searchability is both a blessing and a curse. Especially when it comes to maintaining a personal site such as Philaahzophy. Everyone’s Googled themselves at some point and they’ve likely used the Big g as a starting point for finding old friends, lovers and acquaintances as well. Much of my past I like to remain in my past, but this holiday season has brought surprise greetings from past friends and associates that were welcome as well. The most intriguing was from a pair of slam poets I used to do worj with back in my non-profit days. Their pieces were always fairly personal ones and many were about their day jobs, so I’m going to need to look up some of their more recent work and see what they have to say about being New York movers. I’m not talking ‘high society movers and shakers’, but good old fashioned furniture movers. I’ve always pictured movers (especially New York movers) as big grumpy guys easily schlepping heavy items up eight flights of stairs, pointlessly grumbling about it all the way while munching on two week old cigars. The funny part is this description couldn’t be much farther from the truth if I tried 8)

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