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When I returned I went back to living with my parents. In Boston I sold “Yankees Suck” shirts outside Fenway Park and worked the front desk of an athletic club. We tried to do a long distance relationship, but it ended up not working. A lot of my coworkers sort of do their jobs until they are dead so maybe that’s what I’m ultimately going to do. Somewhere around this time I began running to work.I also began going to a lot of movie screenings because I convinced someone I would review them for my blog. The summer between my first and second year at Brown I walked across America from Georgia to California. I made a kickstarter campaign where I asked the internet for k so I could write fifty books in a year. Things got a little real in 2013 when I got bed bugs. I got rid of everything and moved into an art studio in Olneyville.Wheaton College’s commitment to addressing issues of sexual assault and fostering a campus environment free from discrimination includes coordinated response to reports of misconduct; extensive training for staff and student leaders; education and awareness programs for the campus community; continual review and updates of policy and procedures; and the biennial symposium on Violence Against Women, established in 1983.
Despite not having a job or any money, I ended up applying to MFAs again because my girlfriend offered to pay. Around this time I also became involved with labor negotiations at work. I ended up writing a letter to the Vice President of something.A month later she retired and we won our contract negotiations. Over the last year I’ve done mostly house, work, and writing stuff.In the middle of 2015 I went full plant-based vegan in order to not die as bad as people usually die and also because I want to stop killing earth.I also had stopped going to punk/hardcore shows, but I continued not doing drugs or drinking.After living at home for a month I decided to hitchhike across America with a friend. Around this time a professor at Wheaton told me to apply to MFAs so I did, but I didn’t get in anywhere. I ended up writing and publishing (on Amazon) fifty books in 2012.