Espresso Experience, Bancroft below Telegraph

14 January 1987

 

Had a talk with my contemporary

Vice-Director of the Office of History of Science

and Technology

Bruce Wheaton;

He said

To you

A broken wrist bone, a cracked rib

They are badges

To people who don’t know you

They are frightening

Things outside their experience.

Unless you change course,

The cost will be enormous.

I claimed to be an imitator of

Socrates.  To the hemlock, vorwärts !

About M. Meo

Worked as translator, museum technician, truck lumper, lecture demonstrator, teacher (of English as a Second Language, science, math). Married for 25 years, 2 boys aged 18 & 16 (both on the Grant cross-country team). A couple of scholarly publications in the history of science. Two years in federal penitentiary, 1970/71, for refusing the draft.
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