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About Me (human/individual)/interests, work..short bio/ THis is the most important. It is the only way to know that you are not a SPAMBOT!Be generous!
My name is Kyler Breed. I went to school, and I found a good job. I went to the dentist, and he said, "okay". I Went to the F train, and it told me, "go to west 4 st", so I did and that's how I did that for a while until it was fixed.
Now I'm on fire. Now I'm silly. Now I'm estranged from the group. I'm no body.
So the body is our way of relating. And there are other modes of relating besides a bodily one, but all systems eminate from the body. Tactile, physical, linguistic, poetic. Evocative, from the root-base of the spine-capsule. the shell of life that we worship and find useful in methods of understanding movement, and creating fluidity and articulation [in the body...]
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