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Re: “Durham is a city of things unnoticed: Such an odd find at the Jack Tar Motel

Very neat, as a 38 year old skateboarder, one of the things I've always talked about, since I was a teen, to often disinterested ears, is the way skateboarding has you looking at the objects and buildings and stairs and sidewalks around you very differently, often causing you to notice completely odd, or lost or misplaced things. There are phenomenon of switches and handles to nothing, stairs to nowhere, doors into oblivion etc, which gets your mind going off the cliches of everyday experience. Very cool find indeed.

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Posted by Noah Goyette on 08/11/2015 at 5:15 PM

Re: “Looking to like Sylvan Esso at a karaoke party

I just want to thank whatever Indy reporter gave me (I sang All of Me by John Legend) and my friends shout outs. We go to the pinhook for so many reasons, and above all, for myself and many others it is because it brings the LGBT community together in a safe place with all us other folks to have a good time together, support each other and share our "talents" and or our various other interests. We had a great time and we have even greater respect for what few other venues in town have even attempted to do, support the LGBT community with Bravery as well as humility and a truly welcoming feel. Thanks to Sylvan Esso for bringing the people and the Love together.

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Posted by Noah Goyette on 02/20/2015 at 6:09 PM

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