About Chris Abraham

Public relations executive with previous lives in politics, literature, photography, programming, technology, marketing, and social media.

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  • Chris shared from Zero History by William Gibson
    “Sufficiently perverse and titanic arseholes,” he said, “can become religious objects. Negative saints. People
    Note: Mark
  • Chris shared from Zero History by William Gibson
    Each of these had PELICAN molded on the lid, clearly a logo rather than any indicator of contents. Voytek
    Note: I love you William Gibson.
  • Chris shared from Zero History by William Gibson
    He quickly entered Galeries Lafayette and walked on, until he was beneath the center of the soaring mercantile mosque-dome of stained glass. He stood there, looking up, briefly experiencing the reflexive country-mouse awe the architect had intended to induce. A cross between Grand Central and the atrium of the Brown Palace, Denver, structures aimed heroically into futures that had never really happened. Wide balconies ringed every level, rising toward the dome. Beyond them he could see the tops of racks of clothing, rather than any audience, but
    Note: I've been there thanks to lovely Bee
  • Chris shared from Zero History by William Gibson
    Nobody did train stations like the Europeans, and the British, she thought, best of all. Faith
    Note: I really never think of the British Isles as Europe.
  • Chris shared from Zero History by William Gibson
    “The salt of the fucking earth never tells you it’s the salt of the fucking earth. People who get scammed, they’re all people who don’t know that.”
    Note: Good people never tell you they're good people
  • Chris shared from Jupiter's Travels : Four Years Around the World on a Triumph by Ted Simon
    I am learning, as I make my way through my first continent, that it is remarkably easy to do things, and much more frightening to contemplate them.
    Note: Deep Wisdom.
(Arlington, VA)
Chris Abraham