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     How quickly we are able to change our lives.  One step in the wrong direction a mater of meters miscalculated or calculated and we could awake in a foreign bed covered in new plastics, white blankets, family members, tubes of various pitches and angles.  One conversation with a coffee shop sitter and we are invited to a gala event of Hood slam proportions, gathering the wool of a new community and glinting our teeth cultures.  In this sort of way I am amazed by the American boredom, one internet search misspelled leads us to a portal that inspires our whole day of beatle collections, Amazonian purchases and new delivered plastics.  What muscle is this to excerize to keep the body and mind fresh for opportunity and adventure.  What dormant organ is dimming out.  What juice is needed to lubricate.