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Nick Jaina: That's When You Fall (Phoenix, AZ)


Quantum mechanics allows for the possibility of parallel universes. The idea is that when you're about to make a decision in your life, the whole universe splits into two. In one universe you, for example, order the clam chowder. In the other, you order a corned beef sandwich. You can never backtrack, thou...   More
 
Thursday, November 16, 2006 by Nick Jaina

Nick Jaina: The Lakes of Pontchartrain (New Orleans, LA)


New Orleans has no narrative coherence. You can't tell a story about New Orleans by starting at the beginning and proceeding to the end. It just won't make any sense. Cause and effect are reversed. It's not a city that you go to when you want to sort out your life. It's a city you go to when you want the ...   More
 
Friday, November 10, 2006 by Nick Jaina

Nick Jaina: Jesus Keeps The Heat Out (New York, NY)


I went to the Sound Fix café in Williamsburg on Friday afternoon to do some work. J had mentioned that it was a place that you could get a bagel and use wireless. Those were the two things I really needed at the moment. We had finally done some trumpet tracks on his record that morning. My lips held...   More
 
Monday, November 6, 2006 by Nick Jaina

Nick Jaina: We Are Ugly, But We Have the Music (New York, NY)


New York City is the capital of the world, and Brooklyn is the capital of New York, and Williamsburg is the capital of Brooklyn, and the corner of 5th and Bedford is the capital of Williamsburg, and the first seat on the patio next to the door of the Verb Cafe is the capital of 5th and Bedford, and so when you...   More
 
Friday, November 3, 2006 by Nick Jaina

Nick Jaina: And I Will Never Grow So Old Again (still Sacramento, CA)


They have a pill now that can make a woman's period go away completely. NevrBleedAgain. Maybe that's what they'll call it. It seems like a simple choice: if you're not so much interested in having babies, why not just get rid of all that monthly trouble? But what unforseen complications would arise from a ...   More
 
Thursday, November 2, 2006 by Nick Jaina

Nick Jaina: We are no longer children (Sacramento, CA)


The best introduction to California is to come at it from Oregon. If you enter from Arizona or Nevada, you're just going from bleak desert to more bleak desert, and you can't understand immediately what makes California such a dream to so many sappy, sentimental people like myself. If you drive down I-5 from...   More
 
Tuesday, October 31, 2006 by Nick Jaina
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