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You mentioned the word "Americans" a few times during your reading & talk at McNally Jackson Books two days ago. But something in the way you said it made me suspect you weren't including yourself in that group. You gave me the perfect opportunity to ask my question when you said you might have found college more rewarding if you'd approached it with a mindset of "This CAN BE for me!" but I didn't raise my hand. So here is my question: If you had replaced the word "Americans" with a personal pronoun, would it have been "we"? Or "they"?
Your the shit. Come out to Olympia WA and kick it with me haha.
yo, eddie (hallou from Western australia)first off great job on the book, touching yet exhilli-ratingly funny at the same time.i got a big favor to ask, my manager at work have been taking care of me and he is going to US for a holiday was wondering any chance to give :1) must go spots in VEGAS, MIAMI, and CANCUN, for both food and sightseeez 2) any chance of hooking up with bangbus to have a preview of the entire filming process :X and whats up with RAMON he is out of the bus scene for a while?lastly keep doing whatcha doing best for the rest of the sickunt watching ur vids n blogs....vegemite baos and bring ur baohaus down to australia dude :) drop me an email would love to add u as a pal on facebook...firstname.lastname@example.org
you gotta bring eddie to New Mexico bro! you gots too, place like no other for food... The wild west..Where white kids grow up choosing the ese's 64 impala over ferarri as a dream car, the natives got power, atomic bombs and green chile.. Where artists get down and hot air balloons get lifted, its funk and flavor all rolled up in a flour tortilla. NM... next spot
I KNOW YOU BUSY AND ALL WITH DAT BOOK TOUR N SHIT BUT WE GONE NEED A GIRLS SEASON 2 EPISODE 5 RECAP CAUSE I DUNNO WTF THAT SHIT WAS ABOUT AND MAYBE YOU CAN MAKE SOME SENSE OUT OF IT. FRESH OFF THE BOAT SOME ILL SHIT BTW.. KEEP DOING YOUR THING BIG HOMIE JU HEARD!
Unlike other personalities today, you've been able to connect with a group of 20 somethings that haven't really been properly defined today. It seems as if your work speaks for itself, you no longer even have to proclaim your work goes far beyond just food as onlookers realize it for themselves. Life for me has been through a 'white observational' lens in a medium sized city, but you are relatable on a level that transcends race relations and even opinion. Though I've always been interested in the racial components of works such as yours, i've never been able to say I have the full experience. For me it's not white guilt, it is what it is. Anyway, you've inspired me in a way that no one else has so far. What sparked me was when you said at the big omaha conference not to be afraid to offend anyone. Don't be afraid to be able to say your out for money, and it hit me. I guess it was that last push I needed to finally throw my hat in the ring. Thank you.