What I learned from my first job at Kentucky Fried Chicken

What was the secret recipe the colonel was hiding from all of us?

Everyone remembers their first job. On the day I turned 16 years old, my mom told me to go out there and get a job. She said I was old enough to earn my own living. I should be making my own money, washing my own dishes, doing my own laundry — and that I should be doing everything on my own except living out on my own.

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

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