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“[Rojas] took off her apron and sat down on a couch in a front room. She told me that she had recently taken a motorcycle-safety course, so she can ride a Vespa around Marin County on the weekends, and eventually use it in the city, to go from home to the studio. At the school, there was an obstacle course made out of cones. ‘One of the main things they teach you, going in and out, is not to fixate on the object in front of you, always to go straight ahead,’ she said. ‘I fixated on the thing in front of me for a really long time.’”
—“A Ghost in the Family” by Dana Goodyear

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