Wednesday, May 23, 2007

327 words on Imperfection

David Shapiro is a philosophy professor who lives and bicycles in the Seattle area. He also writes and posts a 327 word essay each day. Every day he steps up to the plate and sometimes (like today) he belts one out of the park.

http://327words.blogspot.com/2007/05/imperfection.html

For those of you who want to make sure I really stick to my intention to keep this blog bike-related, I'll point out that David has the best bike helmet cover ever. It's a custom wool cover made by Shaun Deller of Portland OR.

5 comments:

Coach Tammy said...

Dude!! That guy was MY philosophy professor! I won the class "think off" on the meaning of life! I haven't written anything noteworthy since. ;)

Anonymous said...

Definitely bicycle-related. Thank you for sharing.

Gene from Tacoma

Tony Licuanan said...

Hmmm... when I was in the NAVY, oh about 20 some years ago, it's either "SAT" or, "UNSAT". Just satisfactory or, unsatisfactory. That's the way it was in school. Different time, I know. A different world back then.

Alberto said...

A definite must read, most of the time.

Jonson said...

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