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Sunday, August 30, 2015

Zweirad Szenen (9)—Where Fish Sleep

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On this date on Round and Square's History 
30 August 2014—China's Lunar Calendar 2014 08-30
30 August 2014—Social and Cultural Theory: Theory Letter (2014)
30 August 2013—China's Lunar Calendar 2013 08-30
30 August 2013—New York Review of Books Syllabus (2013)
30 August 2012—The New Yorker and the World: Course Introduction
30 August 2011—Styling Culture: Introduction
Back in Germany, and back on my two wheels, I decide to go for a long ride through the woods before taking a nap. The flight was long and oppressive in its own peculiar way (an exit row seat is countered by the, er, bathrooms. 

On the bike, I peer to my left as I enter a copse. And what do I see? Well, it looks like a comfortable place where the fish sleep at night.

This is not what I thought "sleeping with the fishes" meant.

Mind you, I have been awake for almost forty-eight hours, and jet-lag might be playing with my thoughts.

Fish dorm.

That is all.

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