Travels With Ritalin: Stolen Books, Sacred Places, and Tattooed Women Along I-10

Travels With Ritalin Stolen Books Sacred Places and Tattooed Women Along I In the summer of in the middle of a spiritual crisis This American Life s David Ellis Dickerson took a break from grad school and drove the entire length of I to see what he could learn on t

  • Title: Travels With Ritalin: Stolen Books, Sacred Places, and Tattooed Women Along I-10
  • Author: David Ellis Dickerson
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  • Page: 128
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  • In the summer of 2005, in the middle of a spiritual crisis, This American Life s David Ellis Dickerson took a break from grad school and drove the entire length of I 10 to see what he could learn on the road from Jacksonville to Santa Monica He steals a lot of books, gets three conflicting psychic readings in New Orleans, visits the 11th Roswell UFO Festival, and intervIn the summer of 2005, in the middle of a spiritual crisis, This American Life s David Ellis Dickerson took a break from grad school and drove the entire length of I 10 to see what he could learn on the road from Jacksonville to Santa Monica He steals a lot of books, gets three conflicting psychic readings in New Orleans, visits the 11th Roswell UFO Festival, and interviews burlesque performers, roller derby girls, religious mavericks, scientists, and some outright crazy peoplel while facing a series of catastrophes that puts the whole trip in jeopardy And he discovers, along the way, who his people are and what his future might be Come along It s a fun trip.

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    1. Go West, Young ManDave Dickerson, faced with a summer free from grad school demands and some money in his bank account, decides to take a road trip along I-10, starting in Jacksonville and ending in Los Angeles. More than just a time-killer, this trip is the experience upon which hangs A) his desire to understand his religious inner conflicts (he's an atheist who was raised a fundamentalist Christian, and finds himself both fascinated and repulsed by religion, yet oddly yearns for the community [...]

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