There is no new normal. There is only old weird, and it is always fresh. It’s the future. Check out Voluntary Japan’s latest DIY event in partnership with the great and inspiring Ken Pence, and take a time machine to a retro future present, where events that bring joy are not canceled over psy-op mass hysteria bullshit, and community, family, joy, fun, dancing, singing, working, playing, and individual freedom still matter most, and are pinnacle.
Being as most marathons and festivals here in Japan are canceled now, we decided to run down Niigata’s picturesque Sasagawa Nagare coastline and take it all in. Sights, sounds, smells, food, drink, conversation with folks along the way. In other words, you can’t cancel a decentralized, DIY event so easy.
Running for peace. Running for EatBCH, a charity that uses bitcoin cash to feed people that need food in South Sudan and Venezuela. Running just to run.
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[…] After the Ryōkan run I am once again hoping to do the ultra-distance “Sasagawa Naga-Run” race me and a friend did back in 2020 to have fun and say “fuck you” to the CoRoNa panic. Wonderful stretch of coastline, extremely hot and kind of the worst time to do such a run, and that is why it is the best. Check out the vid here! […]