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An excerpt from MaddAddam by Margaret Atwood, p.33, read by Steph.
“Physical objects have shacked their tethers; mine, yours, his, hers, and they’ve gone wandering off on their own. It’s like the aftermath of those riots they used to show in documentaries of the early 21st Century, when kids would join phone swarms and then break windows in mob shops, and grab stuff, and what you could have was limited only by what you could carry.”
Recorded June 2, 2020
Location: Belchertown, MA
2 thoughts on “#042: MaddAddam, Riots”
Chills. Recommend this book?
Wow, this is belated, but yes Amanda — Margaret Atwood’s MaddAddam Trilogy is mind-stretching: she balances an extreme of questionable human capabilities with our incredible creativity. There’s lessons here about mutual aid, in particular.