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Random Thoughts Before Traveling – Quantum Physics, the Philosophy of Travel and Shoes

On the left, a pair of brown Onitsuka Mexico 66 sneakers that I wore during my trip to the Mediterranean half a year ago. On the right, a new pair of shoes for my upcoming two months in Italy. One, worn and weathered, covered with dirt from the Acropolis, the House of the Virgin Mary and Pompeii, and no doubt contaminated with whatever it is that makes the streets of the Tenderloin in San Francisco smell. The other, barely scuffed and stiff, ready for action and fully capable of supporting my penchant for walking. Continue reading “Random Thoughts Before Traveling – Quantum Physics, the Philosophy of Travel and Shoes”