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☁’You are missed and loved’: Seashell found on Cape beach shares mom’s message to son

Hey friend,

Cristina Mastro, of Shrewsbury, said her 4-year-old son found the shell on Wednesday on Corporation view message

Very truly yours, SERGIO GENESI

From: desperate but not serious – its Italy believe it or not [mailto:]
Sent: Saturday, July 15, 2017 11:50 PM
To: sgenesi@inwind.it
Subject: Part 2 is MIA

I’ve always found discussion about Si interesting, because people always equate it to memory in such a way that it sounds like the *mind* remembering, when I’ve personally always felt it as the *body* remembering.

For example, it’s taken me five years to reach the point where I have to actually write down my old songs. This is because when I pick up a guitar and put my hand on the neck, I can remember what each part of a song looked and felt and sounded like from that position. It’s memory that’s sensational rather than logical. When I talk about things that moved me in the past, I get emotional in a way that’s difficult to tamp down, because my body is remembering what it felt like. It’s as close as I think you could get to reliving something without having true flashbacks.

☂China is one step closer to becoming a cash-free utopia

Dear friend!

China: An Ideal Playground for Cashless Experiments read more

Lucia Vezzoli

From: desperate but not serious – its Italy believe it or not [mailto:]
Sent: Saturday, July 15, 2017 10:14 PM
To: luciavezzoli@libero.it
Subject: Chrono Trigger

I have to disagree, Walmart isn’t any worse than a million other stores. Many businesses pay their workers dirt. I work at Macy’s. It’s a store which purposely caters to people who earn in the 50K-150K range.

I make $8 an hour. I’m about to be hired on full time because I’ve been consistently in the top 10 (many times #1) for several metrics they judge us by.

When I discussed the possibility of getting above minimum wage the HR people nearly choked. People who’ve been there for 20 years make crap.