May/June 2016 • Vol. XXXVIII No. 3 Nature's Nature |

[Channels]

Assuming you are an ordinary American day, here are some words you might meet: Heaven, Heinz Ketchup, Satellite Radio, Freedom, Alabaster, Sippy Cup, Meanwhile: "The car had started moving very slowly because it was an automatic car." Perhaps, these words describe something happening to you, or near you, or far from you. Perhaps, they don't. I am trying to tell you a story, but the river keeps carrying me out to sea. No beginning and no end. Though at some point the TV is turned on, the eyes opened. Two-thirds of bottom-dwelling fish off the coast of LA have become hermaphrodites. From the sky, a rain of water bottles stopping traffic in the square, bouncing off the hoods of cars. The security helicopters, hover, then for no reason: open fire. I was sitting on a tree overhanging the Little Arkansas listening to the broadcast that spilled out of a brown Camaro. The woman inside the white sedan was rocking a young man in her arms, wailing his na

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