Dr. Fine

October 21, 2010
Dr. Fine

Nonfiction by Peter Aguero

Through my teenage years, I would date the girls of least resistance. The girls that were also quiet, the girls that seemed to almost accidently become attached to me, through no discernable effort on either side. It was a milquetoast sort of way to conduct love affairs.
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Tips

September 6, 2010
Tips

I was trying to be helpful, but it turns out that the pasta sauce is pre-made with olives already in it, there’s a $5 charge for splitting entrees, it’s illegal to give one lonely man four shots of rum at once, and the ranch dressing contains a shit ton of gluten. So instead of...
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Bastard Stepdaughter of Zion

September 6, 2010
Bastard Stepdaughter of Zion

There’s no way to put this delicately—the Rabbi looked like Prince. Yes, Prince. The Minneapolis musician who became an international sensation in the 1980’s. The star of Purple Rain. That Prince.
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The Customer is NOT Always Right

September 6, 2010
The Customer is NOT Always Right

My signature work move was putting on Yoko Ono’s “hits” anthology Walking On Thin Ice about 10 minutes before closing time in order to ensure the store was empty by the time we were ready to lock the doors. It worked every time.
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Icee Truck

September 6, 2010
Icee Truck

Mohammed, or Mark as he introduced himself to me, pretty much just gave me a truck and a route on sight. He walked me through the prep process which was simple: hose out the truck, which was chock full of bees every morning, check the big steel cooler for dry ice levels, fill the...
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So What Do You Say You and I Get Together After Work?

September 6, 2010
So What Do You Say You and I Get Together After Work?

When someone asks you a question like “Do you have a driver’s license?” what this means is that you are soon to find yourself in the company of people for whom the answer to this question is “No”.
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Editor’s Ramblings

New Look, Same Magazine

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Don't fight the tide, come along for the ride, don't you see
When it's time to change, you've got to rearrange
Who you are into what you're gonna be

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