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The East: The American Road in Spite of it All- 

Date Range: 04/23/2014 To 08/24/2014   Comments: 0 Views: 243
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30/124 pages--Pretty much a repeat of the homogonous things I have seen--(Travels)Town to town, village to village, the road across continues: Journeys of an Asphalt Jungle. Some stories regarding small towns: The cultural gamble, Syndicates; McArt, (The promises never told to us, never reasoned; left blank in a book of notes- "The goodness of what is out there, rather the reasons of statements to indicate a very wordy abyss; Florida-Georgia-South Carolina, Tenessee, Kentucky, Ohio;Pennsylvania-New York/Across-Massachucetts, Vermont- New England captured (set-later) except for beautiful historical notes, springs greenery-(Sketches in Catskills) and return to the molten concrete veins of highways, freeways...(The tab source of American Culture "business" at all costs--Stories of old men talking in the Catskills who retired, their children all grown, left to the cities--left alone to their own stories of dreams featured in nostalgia past--the world goes on. (gathering..wandering elderly)..the road of the ancients. --More on the throw away retired living on pensions in the US---

Chance Meeting with a student of Edward Hopper.(his story)
A view of the modern over-mesh of the concrete environment totally divorced from arts, literature and music..but culture, oe media entrainment?. in most places--posters/ local environments--(archives) "Local Culture"/ A return towards center, Riding down from Pennsylvania--The Pennsylvania Dutch Story--Factory towns and mindsets: "The Brave New World of Second Industrial Revolution Factory Mindsets"...The Lost World of Arts in America, few and far between. 
-Planning, Scrapping, and Enduring, Children of Tommorrow, Factory World, Enlistment-
*The Best Advice Ever Given to the Young/Youths- (hearing some advice from ordinary folks-The "Way things are done..": Follow Orders, Working a Minimum Wage Job, Get ones diploma and join the Military...What else is there? 
(Notes for future generations)

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