How to make a matchbook into a spoon

I travel irratically, I write poorly, and I live for the kind of honesty you'll find at the bottom of a bottle.
Photo by Allison Fahmie. This was my sign  I made when I attended Occupy Trenton. I just wanted to air out what it means to me; it reads Occupy the Future, and as a parent, the future of our nation, and having some sort of security in that future, is massively important to me. I support Occupy in the sense that our children need to see change to know it can exist, that this world can be anything they want it to be, that they didn’t come into a world of constants but rather one of rapid and random variety. We cannot fail once “we” ceases to be a physical group and becomes a multigenerational, multinational, timeless, all-encompassing WE.

Photo by Allison Fahmie. This was my sign I made when I attended Occupy Trenton. I just wanted to air out what it means to me; it reads Occupy the Future, and as a parent, the future of our nation, and having some sort of security in that future, is massively important to me. I support Occupy in the sense that our children need to see change to know it can exist, that this world can be anything they want it to be, that they didn’t come into a world of constants but rather one of rapid and random variety. We cannot fail once “we” ceases to be a physical group and becomes a multigenerational, multinational, timeless, all-encompassing WE.

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