Madison interlude

Also, L visited Revolution Cycles in Madison, WI. Unfortunately she wasn’t able to get an interview from this (especially since it was a politically hot summer up in Madison), but is sharing some of the bike hot photos.

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“They can build golden cages for us all to live in. They can make beds of silk, cuddle us in sheets soft and thin. Dress us in a tender caress, comb our hair with care and lift us from the dirty soil. Soothe us with delicate oil. They can cook us tasty meals, sugar and salt, but cannot make our hunger for real freedom halt. Go ahead, make a wall to divide us, it won’t keep us apart. Try to teach us biased history, we’ll swear to never forget. Firm hands pour cups of hemlock, but can’t force us to drink. They may control our space and time, but never how we think. Let every wasted seed of desire become a beautiful flower. Watch it unfold hour by hour, rise higher and higher. We pay for lives with our deaths, everything in between should be free.” – Lack, ‘The Gay Revolutions’