Support the tamale maker next door

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A couple of times of week, a man shows up at my place of work. He’s a modest-looking person, and the only thing he has on him is a lunch pail. He walks from building to building on our campus and doesn’t bother anyone but most people know why he’s there — he’s selling a selection of mouth-watering lunch items.

Sometimes he has delicious homemade tamales made by his wife. Other times he has hot soups, or…

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People are interesting things. I write about them and what makes them interesting.

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