Blog by Sumana Harihareswara, Changeset founder
Yesterday I had four or more good conversations. Before my Russian…
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Yesterday I had four or more good conversations.
Before my Russian History class, I saw my cousin Vinay and sat with him on an out-of-the-way log bench near Sproul Plaza and we discussed my recent theistic belief changes. After that lecture, I talked film with classmate Alan, who recommended Hitchcock's The 39 Steps -- one of his earlier works, while he was still British. The whole day, I conversed with Kris over email. Kris is the neatest person I've met electronically since Leonard. And then after the movie I swapped stories with Ethan.
Me: I was born in New Jersey, spent some time there, then I lived in Pennsylvania, then in Missouri. I spent about half my life before coming here, so I still have some natural, well, some learned resistance to cold.
Ethan: I knew you weren't a Californian!
Me: Because you like me?