On Becoming Fast Food’s Prison Bitch

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Last week, my friend Eliza called me from the Taco Bell drive-thru line. She was in Corning, California where she had stopped after a week of kayaking somewhere in Oregon with no cell service. She was starving, but ordered a single bean and…

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Federal attorney, writing thought crimes on Medium. To connect: Adeline.Dimond@gmail.com

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Adeline Dimond

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Federal attorney, writing thought crimes on Medium. To connect: Adeline.Dimond@gmail.com

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