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By Jean Lapointe (ed.)
ANTHROPOLOGICA is the reputable booklet of the Canadian learn Centre for Anthropology, Saint Paul collage, Ottawa, Canada.
Anthropologica is released two times a 12 months and positive aspects articles in the fields of cultural and social anthropology and comparable disciplines.
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Suddenly Harold slammed on the brakes and pulled hard on the steering wheel of the bus. " he said as he just missed a car that had turned sharply in front of him. " "Hey, why don't you take it easy? " It was the gay guy. Harold turned and looked long and hard at the guy. He returned Harold's glare with his own. "Okay. " Harold said as he stood up and stepped away from the driver's seat. " "What are you doing, old man? " Both of the gay guys stood up threateningly. Suddenly the young girl who had been holding the baby spoke up.
Another night, Harold sighed. "Yeah. I'm all right. " He turned to the other riders and offered his apology. No one said anything as Harold sat back down and put the bus in gear. Harold noticed that his hands were shaking. His knees felt weak. Two more months and I can retire, he thought. He and his friends were planning a big party at Laurie's on Broadway and Foster. A lot of bus drivers hung out there. Once I retire, I'm getting my ass out of Chicago, I can tell you that much. I hate it here.
I am not going anywhere. I paid and you insulted me by calling me a derogatory name," the first gay man said. " Harold hadn't meant to threaten him, but it slipped out. He was getting enraged. " the guy asked with a laugh. Harold looked closely at him. A well-built guy, he didn't flinch. " Harold glared at the guy. He didn't budge. Harold felt an agonized pang pass through him. Son-of-a-bitch, he thought. He's right, I probably can't kick his ass. " Goddamned militant faggot. "Okay, okay. I'm sorry.
Anthropologica by Jean Lapointe (ed.)