By William S. Penn
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It was a slab bench ﬁt for a bus stop, alongside a road pitted by the respect that universities give to the humanities. With his short hair, hazel eyes, and nearly complete absence of turquoise there were two small beads hidden on his leather belt he didn’t look like an Indian. “Hey. ” I said. “Not much,” he replied. He looked worried or as though he’d been trying not to cry. ” “Crap,” he replied. Crap was good. ” Crap seemed an improvement over a bunch of shit. ” The week before, in the middle of a talk by a candidate for a job in our department, he leaned over and whispered, “See the moon?
They let us know about the tools people used, maybe, or whether they buried their dead standing up or lying down. So to analyze them or stuff them into museums is to ignore the process. How the artifact was used was an integral part of how the human being was. ” “I am an author. I merely **** around with words. You can analyze how those words work metaphorically in the context of how I’m ****ing around. ” “As much as I hate to admit it, yeah, they were. ” He smiled. “Because they were too lazy.
It makes him afraid. ” he says to his wife. ” “Don’t get carried away,” his wife says, with her usual admiration. Just as it would be angering to grow up proud of your descent from the Mayﬂower crowd of Tea-Party colonials only to emerge into a world that deﬂowered your pride and made it something that should be hidden, it is frightening to grow up no one in a cave of otherness only to emerge into a world that ﬁnds Otherness its central wish and longing. What then? Cleverness? Or cuteness? Deep in his heart, hidden away from all who would know only a little of him, Tonto suspects that claiming to be a dilettante is merely cuteness.
Feathering Custer by William S. Penn