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Lions Roar : July 2015
Southside Buddhist Tough guys don’t dance. You had better believe it. —NORMAN MAILER Genesis The Southside me isn’t a pleasant dude. He was born in a working class neighbor- hood in Chicago, among tough Polish and Irish. His father worked in a tile factory off Archer and could get Southside too, with a Thai accent. But you couldn’t take him all that seriously because he was short and liked his slacks pressed and wore golfing polos. A Southsider needs nothing more than jeans and a T-shirt. If the winds get rough in the winter, a hoodie will do, or a denim jacket. A Southsider wears only gym shoes—dirty ones—so he can book it out of any situation. See ya. IRA SUKRUNGRUANG grew up on the South Side of Chicago, and there’s still a tough side of him that won’t go away. His good side, his bad side—what can they learn from each other? ILLUSTRATIONS BY PETER BAGGE SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2015 47