He found me at the Park Blocks, and returned the Portland Noir collection. Then chose a Gandhi reader and Kevin Sampsell's memoir, A Common Pornography. He said he'd looked on the Street Books website this past week to see his photo. "That was a good picture!" he said. "It was," I agreed. We talked for a bit, then he took a bracelet from his wrist and gave it to me. One of his friends said, "Hey man, why does she get one?" Adam said, "She's helping me with my education, that's why."