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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Just one weekend

All the places I found myself without my cell phone this past weekend:

Scene One: On Tremont Street in Chinatown. Creep eyes me up and down as I pass.

Scene Two: The corner of Berkeley Street and Columbus Avenue. A passerby states, "how's it going, baby." I respond under my breath, "I'm not your baby."

Scene Three: On Mass Ave, right at Central Square. Passing man exclaims, "What's happening, mami."

I'm a piece of meat, a baby, and a mami.

I can't keep up!

And I'm sick and tired of feeling like I have no recourse and I'm back to being a victim again if I don't have a camera on me!

- Steph

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